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What do you think so far of the May issue of NRL News?

by | May 21, 2024

By Dave Andrusko

We haven’t spoken a lot about the May edition of NRL News, “the pro-life newspaper of record,” since the day it first appeared online. I thought I’d refresh your memories, or, for those who missed it when it first appeared online, introduce you to its contents.

As you might expect, our lead story for May is “We Love Both: Standing Strong with Moms and Babies.” It’s a very helpful overview of NRL’s upcoming two-day conference which we modestly describe as the pro-life educational event of the year.

On June 28-29, we will be celebrating our 53rd Annual Conference in Arlington, Virginia. You can read up on the latest list of confirmed speakers at and register at

The issue—51 pages in length—means even more than usual we had space for  multiple stories on a range of issues. Naturally, we paid tribute to mothers on Mother’s Day; who could deserve it more? That began with our wonderful cover, pages 16-18, and 33.

On the other end of the life-spectrum, we dissected the insanely pro-abortion activities of the abortion-until-birth [and beyond!] Biden Administration. We start on page one and there are additional insights on pages 2-4, 7-8, 20, 29-30, to name just some of our complete coverage.

Likewise, we bring you up to date on the many initiative state affiliates are pushing—or pushing back against. That array of stories can be found on 9, 5, 12, 19&20.

No issue of NRL News would be doing its job, of course, without covering the machinations of Planned Parenthood. We examine its latest annual report on page 13-14, 22-23, and 39.

There is much more in the May issue of NRL News. Many tender stories of maternal fidelity and sacrifice; one about Snopes admitting that a baby can smile in her mother’s womb; and, when we abort, the price we pay by breaking the “most intimate, most sacred, and most self-sacrificing relationship of all.”

Please do read the May issue and share it with your pro-life family and friends.

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