The group is focusing on education and issues such as euthanasia and embryonic stem-cell research. It has set up information booths at events, protested and prayed in front of facilities that perform abortions, and hosted euchre, pizza and movie nights to reach out to other students.
Students have also been working to start their own pro-life groups in their schools.
Maggie Emmert, a freshman at Lumen Christi High School, said she has always opposed abortion.
“My mom didn’t have to choose life,” said Emmert, 15.
“I don’t think a lot of people appreciate that their mothers didn’t choose abortion.”