Kathryn Lopez contributed an article to National Review Online on Project Guadalupe's recently concluded inaugural Vita Institute, sponsored by the Notre Dame Fund to Protect Human Life and run under the auspices of the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture. An excerpt:
"When you think of the pro-life movement in America today, don’t think of a protest placard or a presidential debate. Think of Project Guadalupe. Sending forth and renewing. Transfixed on the transformational, to renew the face of the earth. The face of the pro-life movement is a mother with child. And when you truly think of it this way, and look to meet her and all her challenges and pain and gifts and loves, that changes everything."
Read her full article here.