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Topic - American Life League
One of the largest pro-life organizations in the United States. American Life League, or 'ALL', opposes all forms of abortion, birth control, embryonic stem cell research, and euthanasia. Its current president is co-founder Judie Brown and its headquarters are in Stafford, Virginia.==Mission==American Life League's mission is to educate Americans about issues including personhood, abortion, birth control and euthanasia. ALL is pro-actively involved with issues pertaining to the sanctity of life, with an emphasis on abortion. American Life League position remains "pro-life—without exception, without compromise, without apology."==Projects==American Life League sponsors several projects, including:*Celebrate Life magazine [http://www.clmagazine.org]*Crusade for Life in which pro-lifers travel about the country and give speeches in parishes.*Crusade for the Defense of Our Catholic Church [http://www.all.org/crusade] in which ALL seeks to persuade Catholics about its views on abortion, as well as expose pro-choice Catholic politicians who knowingly defy Church doctrine and statements by church officials, including Pope John Paul II, Mother Theresa, and Pope Benedict XVI. In 2004, ALL published a full-page advertisement in USA Today urging Catholic priests and bishops to deny Communion to Catholic legislators who support abortion rights. The League's slogan in this matter is "You can't be Catholic and pro-abortion."*National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day is an annual event typically during April when pro-lifers are encouraged to wear a t-shirt that carries a pro-life message.*Pro-Life Memorial Day [http://www.prolifememorialday.com] falls on the first Monday of October, intentionally coinciding with the beginning of the US Supreme Court's fall term. *Rock for Life [http://www.rockforlife.org] is the largest pro-life organization in America geared towards young people. Rock for Life's aim is to harness the popularity of rock music to spread its pro-life message. In doing this, Rock for Life supports pro-life musicians, distributes pro-life literature, and pickets at abortion businesses. *STOPP International is ALL's plan for shutting down Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in America. Part of STOPP is the Ryan Report. - Source: Wikipedia
A conservative pro-life organization issued a lengthy report Wednesday claiming a Catholic charity is being unfaithful to the church's teachings by funding groups that promote birth control.
Last year, the bishop for the Diocese of Arlington, Paul Loverde, assured his flock that the sordid funding history of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) had come to an end. Yet the American Life League has just issued its report on the 2010-11 CCHD grantees, and believe it or not, the list of offending grantees is actually expanding.
The Catholic Church may be officially opposed to abortion and contraception, but a report by a Catholic education watchdog group contends that it has found more than 150 instances of links between U.S. Catholic colleges and universities and Planned Parenthood, the nation's leading family planning organization and the largest provider of abortion-related services.
Where's the money? That's the question on everyone's mind after reading the recently released Government Accountability Office (GAO) report. The GAO numbers on money paid out to Planned Parenthood between 2002 and 2008 reveal an unaccounted-for $1.3 billion.
'Denial of God'