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2/3/2015 
You are officially invited to the 2015 Living Courage Awards Dinner on April 16! Formerly known as the Spring Awards Dinner, this special event honors passionate pro-life people that have the courage to live their convictions.
January 22, 2015 will mark the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that decriminalized abortion. More than 56 million lives in the United States have been lost because of abortion, and thousands more are lost daily.
At our Auction Dinner on October 25th, Pro-Life Wisconsin announced that at the end of March 2015, I plan to retire. I have been serving as state director of PLW for over 15 years, with 5 years on the board of directors prior to that.

Statewide Events

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Local Events

Good Friday Stations of the Cross (Milwaukee) - April 3, 2015, 9am. Stations of the Cross, preceded by a rosary at 8:45. Procession to Affiliated Medical Services (abortion facility) to follow. Event begins at St. Rita's Parish, 1606 N Cass St, Milwaukee.

 

Good Friday Stations of the Cross (Madison) - 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 3 - sidewalk outside of Planned Parenthood, 3706 Orin Rd., Madison - Please join Fr. Richard Heilman and his Knights of Divine Mercy for Stations of the Cross.

Pro-Life Wisconsin

Founded on the bedrock principle of the pro-life movement - that all preborn babies are "persons" and all innocent persons share the inalienable right to life - Pro-Life Wisconsin educates the public and lobbies elected officials. Believing that "it is never the will of the Father in heaven that one of these little ones should be lost" (Matthew 18:14), Pro-Life Wisconsin is a Christian organization relying on God to change hearts and minds toward His most precious creation of human life.

As a legislative and educational organization, Pro-Life Wisconsin is continually working to bring us closer to the day when all babies in Wisconsin (no matter how they were conceived, what stage of development they are at, or whether or not they are in perfect health) are protected in every community in our state.