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The Grand Rapids Right to Life office will be closed on Wednesday, June 28.


Happy Pro-Life Fourth of July

The blessings we give thanks for on the Fourth of July are many. We give thanks not only for material possessions and for freedom, but for the vision behind them.

The vision is that “men might live as one.”

The vision is that “all are created equal.”

The vision is “liberty and justice for all.”

It is a vision that we do not merely look back on, thanking God that our Founding Fathers had it. It is, rather, a vision which is “a task for today and a promise for tomorrow.”

This is why the prolife movement is so American. It is a movement striving to achieve welcome for those of whom Roe v. Wade spoke when it said, “The word ‘person,’ as used in the Fourteenth Amendment, does not include the unborn.”

Roe excluded; the prolife movement includes.

Roe made the circle of persons in America smaller; the prolife movement seeks to expand it.

May this year’s celebration renew our determination to work for justice and freedom for all unborn Americans.

Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life


Protect Your Legacy

Abortion is not simply a woman’s issue. In a culture of death, what can a man do to protect his legacy?

To learn how to stand up for life visit Protect Your Legacy.


Black Abortions in America

minority_billboardIn 2014 and 2015, Grand Rapids Right to Life placed traditional and digital billboards around the city drawing attention to the high number of abortions in the black community and offering prolife alternatives to women facing a crisis pregnancy.

To learn more about the tragedy of minority abortions visit Genocide: Black Abortions in America.


Vote for Life

Vote for Life Billboard

Grand Rapids Right to Life placed digital billboards around the city to encourage people to vote for life during the general election.

To learn more about why it is important to always vote for life visit Vote for Life.