Pro-abortion radicals were seeing red after this recent report proved their anti-life talking points are all a bunch of lies

Pro-abortion advocates try to claim that the pro-life movement is all talk. 

They say pro-lifers only care about the baby and not the mother.

But this recent report has shut them down in stunning fashion.

The price tag on support by the pro-life movement is nothing short of amazing! 

In a monumental year for the pro-life movement, pregnancy centers across America provided nearly $367.9 million in goods and services in 2022. 

This remarkable achievement comes on the heels of the Supreme Court’s historic decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which has reignited the nation’s conversation on life and abortion.

According to a new report by the Charlotte Lozier Institute, the 2,750 resource centers across the country delivered services worth over $100 million more than what was provided in 2019. 

Michael New, a Senior Association Scholar at the Institute, explained to the Catholic News Agency that the demand for services, information, and guidance surged following the Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

This pivotal case not only overturned Roe v. Wade but also reshaped the landscape of abortion laws in the United States.

The fallout from the ruling saw a significant uptick in donations to these centers, demonstrating a groundswell of support for the pro-life cause. 

New highlighted that this surge in generosity has been coupled with the Democratic Party’s increasingly radical stance on abortion, prompting many to seek out and support alternatives that uphold the sanctity of life.

Pro-life pregnancy centers have responded to these developments by stepping up their efforts in remarkable ways. 

In 2022 alone, these centers provided over $16 million in virtual and in-person sessions, meeting the heightened need for support and resources. 

This increase underscores the critical role these centers play in offering assistance and hope to women facing unplanned pregnancies.

Marjorie Dannenfelser, President of Pro-Life America, and Karen Czarnecki, Executive Director of the Charlotte Lozier Institute, emphasized the ongoing battle in the foreword of the report. 

She wrote, “So much remains to be done. Opponents of pregnancy help are tragically real, but the true resistance to life and to the well-being of women is fear. That fear varies in intensity and source. Some of it is external and political, but the weightier part is internal – fear of loss of education, economic harm, or, perhaps most important of all, relationships.”

This fear underscores the need for pregnancy centers to go beyond providing medical and social resources. 

Resource centers must also offer “reservoirs of emotional support, security, and companionship.” 

Increasingly, these centers must demonstrate their commitment to being in it for the long haul, supporting women not just through pregnancy but in the years that follow.

The role of these centers extends far beyond material assistance. 

They stand as beacons of hope and resilience in a society where the pressure to choose abortion can be overwhelming. 

By providing comprehensive support, these centers help women see that choosing life does not mean the end of their dreams or aspirations. 

Rather, it means embracing a journey filled with potential and love.

The Charlotte Lozier Institute’s report is a testament to the tireless work of pro-life advocates and the tangible impact of their efforts. 

It is a call to action for continued support and engagement in the pro-life movement. 

With the Supreme Court’s decision marking a significant turning point, there is a renewed urgency to offer alternatives that protect both mother and child.

The work is far from over, but with faith, determination, and compassion, we can build a society that truly values and protects every life.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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