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Morality and Law
Morality and Law
Alphonse De Valk, CSB
Campaign Life Coalition has republished a limited quantity of this authoritative book on abortion and Canadian politics. This groundbreaking book analyzes the rise of the culture of death in Canadian politics and entrenchment in the judiciary.

This book is a must read for all Canadian pro-life, pro-family, pro-free speech activists. It was written by Father Alphonse De Valk, a Basilian priest and former editor of Catholic Insight magazine.

Defending Life: A Moral and Legal Case Against Abortion Choice
Francis J. Beckwith
This book is a must for the bookshelf of every pro-life activist. Beckwith combines the science of embryology, metaphysical and philosophical arguments to utterly demolish the abortion-choice position. Get it and learn how to articulate pro-life views like a pro, in your circle of influence.

Forbidden Grief: The Unspoken Pain of Abortion
Theresa Burke with David C. Reardon
An invaluable read for those who know a post-abortive woman and want to reach out in love. If you know somebody who has had an abortion and is suffering, but don't know what to say that could help her, this book could be the answer. It is a powerful guide to help post-abortive women understand their pain. True stories describing post-abortion trauma, combined with peer-reviewed psychological research make the case that abortion hurts women... and point the way to inner healing.

Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments
Randy Alcorn
Need a concise answer for the pro-choice argument you heard at work?

This book indexes almost every conceivable pro-choice argument and offers a convincing response. A summary at the end makes it easy to look up specific pro-abortion arguments.

Women's Health after Abortion: The Medical and Psychological Evidence
Elizabeth Ring Cassidy, Ian Gentles
Drawing upon authoritative, scientific studies, this book lays to rest the question over whether abortion is medically and psychologically harmful to women. The evidence is overwhelming.

The Tyranny of Nice
Pete Vere, Kathy Shadle, foreward by Mark Steyn
An examination of how Canada's quasi-judicial Human Rights Commissions have been crushing freedom in the name of human rights. This book highlights disturbing cases and warns of a growing totalitarianism in Canada.

The Way of the Cross
James V. McManamy
Stations of the Cross is a traditional Christian devotion, still practiced by Catholics and other Christians, wherein believers meditate on the passion of Jesus Christ in fourteen steps or stations. Each station incorporates an insightful pro-life reflection. This work is intended especially to assist pro-lifers, schools, and Church groups in their desire to promote justice for the unborn and a culture of life in society.