You’ll be cheering when you hear how this group of moms is pushing back against anti-life propaganda

The Abortion Lobby will stop at nothing to make abortion-on-demand the law of the land.

They’ve even resorted to spreading lies about pro-lifers.

But you’ll be cheering when you hear how this group of moms is pushing back against anti-life propaganda.

In a world where pregnant women and struggling mothers often feel isolated and alone, the “Walking with Moms in Need” program is a beacon of hope and compassion. 

At Queen of the Holy Rosary Parish in Overland Park, Kansas, volunteers are going above and beyond to support women facing difficult pregnancies and parenting challenges.

From providing essential items like pots, pans, bedding, and clothing, to offering practical assistance with yard work and respite care, these dedicated individuals are making a tangible difference in the lives of those in need. 

But their efforts go far beyond material support.

Katie O’Hara, volunteer coordinator for the program, emphasizes the importance of emotional and spiritual support, ensuring that every woman feels loved, valued, and supported during their time of need. 

Through notices in the parish bulletin, on the website, and word of mouth, the program reaches out to those in need, offering a lifeline in times of crisis.

But what sets “Walking with Moms in Need” apart is its grassroots nature and decentralized approach. 

While some may question its effectiveness (or argue that the cause needs more), Kat Talalas, a contractor with the U.S. bishops’ pro-life secretariat, highlights the power of local communities coming together to support one another. 

With little to no financial commitment required from parish budgets, the program can be tailored to meet the unique needs of each community.

Despite facing challenges, including the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, “Walking with Moms in Need” has continued to grow and evolve. 

Following the landmark Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, Archbishop William Lori emphasized the Church’s commitment to supporting women in difficult pregnancies, highlighting the importance of initiatives like this one.

While critics may argue that the program is merely a token gesture, it’s clear that “Walking with Moms in Need” is making a real difference in the lives of women and families across the country. 

Marina Salvador-Velázquez, manager of the diocesan Office of Respect Life Ministries, emphasizes the program’s role in combating the misconception that pro-lifers only care about babies before they are born. 

By providing tangible support and resources, the Church is sending a powerful message of solidarity and compassion.

But perhaps the most inspiring aspect of the program is its focus on building lasting relationships and community support networks. 

Rather than simply offering temporary assistance, “Walking with Moms in Need” seeks to accompany women on their journey, offering ongoing support and encouragement every step of the way.

As the program continues to expand and reach more communities, it’s clear that the pro-life movement is committed to living out its core principles in a tangible and meaningful way. 

By offering love, support, and practical assistance to those in need, “Walking with Moms in Need” is truly changing lives and reshaping perceptions. 

So, let’s celebrate this incredible initiative and spread the word about the power of compassion and solidarity in action!

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

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