Catholic News Service ran a story on a lecture by Archbishop of Baltimore William E. Lori at Catholic University on what it means to be Pro-Life today. See the article as it was printed in the Catholic Review below.
From: The Catholic Review via Catholic News Service Date: April 2, 2014 Author: Mark Zimmermann
Bearing witness to life involves living and sharing the Good News of Jesus, and reflecting Christ's love to those around us, Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori said in an April 1 talk at The Catholic University of America.
Speaking to students, university staff and guests, Archbishop Lori connected what Blessed John Paul II called "The Gospel of Life" with the New Evangelization, saying that when Catholics understand the God-given dignity of life in all its stages, they are called to joyfully witness to their faith and share it with their friends and family, and, on a wider scale, through new means such as social media.
"We need one another, we need the Church, we need the Lord if our witness to the Gospel of Life is to bear fruit, to change minds and hearts," said Archbishop Lori.
Baltimore's archbishop, Supreme Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus, spoke on "Being Proactively Pro-Life in Today's Society." His talk was sponsored by the university's chapter of the Knights of Columbus, which has 150 members.