Jacqueline H. Abernathy

What’s Cruel for the Incarcerated is Cruel for the Terminally Ill

The Deserving and Undeserving Poor vs. the Worthy and Unworthy of Life: How Both Major Political Parties Pick and Choose Who They Help and Whom They Kill

Assisted Suicide is Inequality, Just Like All Legal Violence


Acyutananda (“c” pronounced as in “ciao”) is a yoga monk. Blog: No Termination Without Representation.


 The Cure for Headache (poem)

A Daunting Disadvantage for the Pro-Life Side

The Consistent Life Ethic and Traditional Tantra

Rob Arner

(CLN Board member)

Rob Arner is author of Consistently Pro-Life: The Ethics of Bloodshed in Ancient Christianity

My Day at the Democratic National Convention

On Being a Consistent Chimera

The Consistent Life Consensus in Ancient Christianity 

The Real Meaning of Mother’s Day

Where Does Martin Luther King Jr. Fit Into the Consistent Life Ethic? 

Dorothy Day and the Consistent Life Ethic: Rejecting Conventional Political Paradigms

The Early Christian Tradition

Mary Lou Bennett

The Tragedy of Carrie Buck: A Review of Imbeciles

Mothers and Daughters (movie review)

Book Review: “Resisting Throwaway Culture”

Daniel Berrigan

“Seamless Garment” – Poem by Daniel Berrigan


Ms. Boomer-ang (pen name)

Political Homelessness is Better than a Wrong Political Home

“Shut Up and Enjoy it!”: Abortion Promoters who Sexually Pressure Women

Asking Questions about Miscarriage and Abortion

The Danger of Coerced Euthanasia: Questions to Ask



Josh Brahm

Josh Brahm is the President and Co-Founder of Equal Rights Institute, an organization that trains pro-life advocates to think clearly, reason honestly, and argue persuasively. They use speaking, writing, YouTube videos, podcasts, online courses, and campus outreach to train pro-life advocates in the areas of practical dialogue tips, relational apologetics, pro-life philosophy, and sidewalk counseling.

Two Practical Dialogue Tips for Changing More Minds about Abortion


John Cavanaugh-O’Keefe

Five excerpts from the book Racism and Abortion by John Cavanaugh-O’Keefe: 

  1. Plato’s Words about Eugenics
  2. The Jukes and Kallikaks “Studies”
  3. Sterilizing the “Unfit”
  4. Post-World War II Eugenics
  5. Eugenics in Roe v. Wade

Shane Claiborne

A New Pro-life Movement 



Hannah Cox

Hannah Cox is the Senior National Manager of Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty.

Is the Death Penalty Unethical? 


Carol Crossed

(CLN Advisory Board member)

Carol Crossed

First Stirrings in Connecting the Life Issues

The Adventures of Prolifers for Survival: Scorned by Mobilization for Survival

Reminiscing on the Founding Meeting of the Consistent Life Network

Spice Things Up with the Consistent Life Ethic

Pondering Justice 

The Parable of the Bridge

Guns and Abortion: Extremists Resemble Each Other 

Valentine Friends: Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass 

Defenders of the Unborn: The Pro-life Movement Before Roe v. Wade / Carol Crossed (book by Daniel K. Williams)


Thad Crouch

(CLN Advisory Board member)

Thad Crouch produces Choose Life Abort War Podcast for Peace. His activism has included the American Solidarity Party, Consistent Life Network, Veterans For Peace, 40 Days for Life, Pax Christi, Respect Life Ministry, The SAFE Alliance, VisionForce, Texas Drought Project, and the Religion & Labor Network of Austin, Texas.

What Just Happened!?! Becoming Consistent Life Despite Myself. Part 1

What Just Happened!?! Becoming Consistent Life Despite Myself, Part 2

Culture of Conscience: Would You Pay Taxes that Fund Abortions if Hyde and Helms were Repealed?

January 22, Day of Horror & Hope: Reflections 2022 (contributor)

Mourning After & Hoping for the Future, We Call for a Consistent Life Texas!



David Cruz-Uribe

(CLN Board Member)

Racism and the Death Penalty


Mary Krane Derr

Mary’s expertise was in historical research for pro-life feminism and the consistent life ethic. She was responsible for most of the “Yesterday” section of ProLife Feminism: Yesterday and Today. She died in 2012; see our memorial special issue.  

Progressive Prolifers at the Progressive Magazine 100th Anniversary Celebration 

Ancient Roots of the Consistent Life Ethic: Greece

Women’s History Month: Jane Addams

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Wangari Maathai, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

Victoria Woodhull – First Woman to Run for U.S. President

Sarah Field

Sarah Field believes she can learn something from everyone she meets. She has also contributed to the Imago Dei Politics and American Solidarity Party blogs.

Abortion and War: Breaking through the Euphemism Barrier


Josephine Garnem

Josephine is an advocate and grassroots community mobilizer with over 26 years of extensive international and domestic experience.  She serves on the National Council of Pax Christi USA, as co-chair of Pax Christi Metro DC-Baltimore, and on the board of the Center for Action and Contemplation.




Common Sense Is Not So Common

Elena Muller Garcia

M.A. in Religious Studies

Peas of the Same Pod


Destiny Herndon-de la Rosa

Why Conservatives Should Oppose the Death Penalty



Fr. Jim Hewes

Father Hewes helped found the Diocese of Rochester Human Life Commission in 1978, with our charter clearly being a consistent life ethic, five years before Cardinal Bernardin gave his famous talk at Fordham on the CLE.

Death Penalty and other Killing: The Destructive Effect on Us

Consistent Life History: Being Across the Board

Reflections from My Decades of Consistent Life Experience

The Case for Abortion as the “Preeminent Priority”

The Consistent Life Ethic: My Christian Perspective

Abortion and Other Issues of Life: Connecting the Dots

Abortion: A Restorative Justice Response

A Personal Reflection on a Just War

Medicine’s Movement towards Abandonment


Andrew Hocking

Andrew Hocking writes about spiritual and political themes in movies, TV, and books at

How to Value People Like Mister Rogers

Three Nonviolent Lessons from Dr. Who

How Black Panther Promotes a Consistent Life Ethic

A Consistent Day in the Neighborhood

Maria Horan

Sinn Féin and the New Legacy of Violence

The Referendum on Abortion in Ireland: The Violation of Rights

Northern Ireland’s New Colonialism

Ireland’s Votes for Violence: Sinn Féin and Abortion

Ireland’s New Silence and Its 6,666 Victims

Abby Johnson

Abby Johnson was the director of a Planned Parenthood clinic who’s now actively pro-life, as portrayed in the movie Unplanned, which was based on her book of the same name. 

Abby Johnson Remembers Dan Berrigan

Leslie Keech (1955-1989)

Leslie served as treasurer for our member group Feminists for Life of America and was very active in various aspects of the pro-life movement in Kansas City. 

Better Living (for men) Through Surgery (for women)

Jim Kelly

No Resort to Violence 

The History of Framing the Arguments

Common Ground

The Future of Fake Conservatism

Katharine Gilchrist

Angela Kennedy  (1963-2020)

Lois Kerschen

Lois is an author and retired educator who has been engaged for 40 years in pro-life and other activism. She co-founded and was a long-time board member of Democrats for Life of America. Lois is also a supporter of Feminists for Life and involved with church charities.

Post-pandemic: What Worries Me

A Process of Tender Understanding and Loving Closure when Life Ends

Book Review – Rehumanize: A Vision to Secure Human Rights for All

MAID in Despair


Jeff Koloze

Jeff is a member of University Faculty for Life; our post is adapted from a paper he gave there. 

Right-to-Life Issues in Contemporary Gay and Lesbian Literature

Eve Dawn Kuha

Coming to Peace and Living a Consistent Life After Military Service


Frank Lane

My Personal Journey on Veganism, War, and Abortion

Sharon Long

Sharon Long: My Personal Pro-life Journey

Mary Liepold

Off the Fence and Taking My Stand on Abortion

Seeing Is Believing: Films to Inspire a Consistent Life Viewpoint


Alex Christian Lucas

Alex Christian Lucas is a New Orleans native who has been involved in pro-life activism since his high school days and founded the current Consistent Life Ethic pro-life student group at Loyola University New Orleans. He is a member of the Committee on Human Trafficking for the Archdiocese of New Orleans, has testified in Committee at the Louisiana capitol to end the death penalty, participated in mother/baby supply drives for immigrants at the border, and raised money for the homeless at Covenant House. After his graduation from Loyola in the spring of 2020, Alex Christian will pursue a Masters degree in musical theatre from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.  

Mask Up: It’s Pro-Life

Rachel MacNair

(CLN Board member)

Rachel – Reflections on Social Movements

It’s a Wonderful Movement 

Activists, Beware: Burnout is a Very Real Danger

Converts or Heretics?

Tribalism: A Major Obstacle for Building Bridges

Inconsistency Sabotages the Peace Movement 

Almost No One? How Survey Polls Work

Why Haven’t We Ended Abortion?

Unconnecting a Dot? (Campaign Nonviolence)

Why the Interfaith Approach is Important

The Civil War Conundrum, 150 Years Later

The Death Penalty and Abortion: The Conservative/Liberal Straitjacket

Instead of Division, Schools of Thought 

January 22, Day of Horror & Hope: Reflections 2022 (contributor)

The Life / Right Divide: A New Approach

Trump Sabotaging the Pro-Life Movement

Rachel – Strategies

Boycott Strategy: CVS & Walgreens

Tips on Dialogue

Peace and Life Referendums (2020)

Elections 2020: Three Consistent-Life Approaches

My Ideas for 2021 Legislation

The Consistent Peace Ethic

My Ideas for Post-Roe Legislation

What History Shows: The Consistent Life Ethic Works for Pro-life Referendums

Slavery: Removing the Exception

Rachel – How Ideas Work

The Creativity of the Fore-closed Option 

Where Violence Begins

The Mind’s Drive for Consistency

Post-Roe Life-Affirming Help

Applying Pacifist Insights to Abortion

If You Can’t Explain the Opposition to Your Case

Words as One Root of Killing

The Safety of Incredibly Dangerous Things

Resilient Rigidity

Rachel – Reflections on Aspects of Issues

Figuring out Euthanasia: What Does it Really Mean?

More than Double the Trouble: Another Way of Connecting [intersectionality]

A Historical Success Story: Duels

Our Experience with Overturning Terrible Court Decisions

Would Nonviolence Work on the Nazis?

Difference this Time: Prolife Heroism (Garrett Swasey, the pro-life police officer killed in shootings at the Colorado Planned Parenthood]

Pandemics Related to Christmas

Vaccinations and Tender Consciences

What Studies Show: Impact of Abortion Regulations

Rachel – Pro-life feminism (see also sexual violence below)

Isolating Women and Encouraging Jerks

If Men Could Get Pregnant 

What Do Men Have to Say on Abortion?

Who the Law Targets

Why the Hyde Amendment Helps Low-Income Women

Misogyny vs. Patriarchy

“The Daily Show” Doesn’t Do Its Homework

Isolating Women and Encouraging Jerks

Rachel – Sexual Violence

How Abortion is Useful for Rape Culture

The Message of “Never Rarely Sometimes Always”: Abortion Gets Sexual Predators Off the Hook
(this is also under “movie reviews” below)

Abortion Facilitates Sex Abuse: Documentation

A Pro-Life Feminist Critique of the “Rape and Incest Exception”

Rachel – Planned Parenthood

Defunding Planned Parenthood?

Noncooperation with Planned Parenthood

Finding Alternatives to Planned Parenthood

Does Planned Parenthood Reduce Abortions by Preventing Pregnancies?

Planned Parenthood Staff Revolt

Medical Dangers, Sex Abuse, Labor Problems, Racism: Documenting Planned Parenthood

Rachel – Film Reviews 

Hollywood Movie Insights (The Giver, The Whistleblower, and The Ides of March)

Hollywood Movie Insights II (Never Look Away, The Report, and Dark Waters)

Movies with Racism Themes: “Gosnell” and “The Hate U Give”

Jasmine, Aladdin, and the Power of Nonviolence

The Darkest Hour: “Glorifying” War?

The Message of “Never Rarely Sometimes Always”: Abortion Gets Sexual Predators Off the Hook

Movie Review: Sound of Freedom

Movie Review: Oppenheimer

Documentary Review: The Movement and the Madman

Rachel – Psychology 

War Hysteria and Post-Dobbs Reactions

Excerpt – Peace Psychology Perspectives on Abortion

Excerpt — Peace Psychology Perspectives on Abortion: Wars Cause Abortion

Excerpt – Peace Psychology Perspectives on Abortion: Child Abuse

Violence Bolstered by Professional Contradictions (in the American Psychological Association)

Scientific Integrity Problems – Psychology  (in the American Psychological Association)

Suicide Prevention and Other Kinds of Killing

The Traumatized Lash Out

Beyond the Human – Plus Everyday Peace Actions

Post-Roe Stats: the Natural Experiment

Rachel – Personal Experiences

Grieving for John

A Tale of Two Cruises 

My Trip to Pakistan


Tony Magliano

Tony Magliano is an internationally syndicated social justice and peace columnist. He is available to speak at diocesan or parish gatherings. Tony can be reached at

Over 20 Million People Facing Starvation – And We Should Care!

Becoming a Catholic Conscientious Objector


Tony Masalonis

(CLN Board member)

Will for Life – Double Down

Mary Meehan

Mary’s website: Meehan Reports on Life Issues

Activists Reminisce: An Oral History of Prolifers for Survival

A President for Life and Peace?

Rosalyn Mitchell

300 Roses

Re-Imaging Our Worth


Kristin Monahan

Parallels of Veganism and Prolife-ism

Sonja Morin

Sonja Morin serves as Consistent Life Network’s Communications Consultant, in addition to contributing to its written publications. Her work bridges the gap between consistent life ethic advocacy and artistic design. She can be found on social media @couervivant, or on her website

Intervention: What a Red Rose Rescue Reminds Us About Civil Disobedience in the Consistent Life Movement

Not Your Pawns: A CLE Examination of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Walk On: Responding To Recent Situations in the Pro-Life Movement

Beneath Layers of Lies: The Surge in Efforts to Legalize Euthanasia

Home of the Brave? A CLE Response to City of Grants Pass, Oregon v. Johnson


Vasu Murti

Suffering and Injustice Concern Us All [connection to compassion for animals]

Abortion and War are the Karma for Killing Animals 

Patrick O’Neill

(with wife Mary Rider)

Remembering Rep. Walter B. Jones, Jr.

Christina Yao Pelliccioni

(current CLN President)

Maryland March for Life 2024

How Caring for the Earth Fits into the Consistent Life Ethic

The Dangers of Climate Change for the Pregnant and Pre-born

The Effects of Climate Change on Marginalized Communities Near and Far

Aneeza Pervez

Reconstruction of a Nation: Resilience in the Face of Terror  (Pakistan)

Karen Swallow Prior

Karern Swallow Prior

Nukes and the Pro-Life Christian: A Conservative Takes a Second Look at the Morality of Nuclear Weapons


Jessica Renshaw

In addition to the book The Reynolds Family, the Nuclear Age and a Brave Wooden Boat, Jessica has written To Russia with Love: An American Family Challenges Nuclear Testing, and a biography of her mother: MUM: The Conscience, Courage and Compassion of Barbara Reynolds, 1915-1990.

The Reynolds Family, the Nuclear Age and a Brave Wooden Boat

Mary Rider

Activists Reminisce: An Oral History of Prolifers for Survival

Bill Samuel

(CLN Board member)

Bill Samuel’s blog. Bill Samuel is a Board member and former President of the Consistent Life Network. He is a retired civil servant living in Rockville, Maryland, and an active ecumenical Christian.


Does the Consistent Life Ethic Water Down Life Issues?

The Good Grandma

Supporting the Dignity of Every Life

Brown v. Board of Education and Me

Should Abortions be Illegal?

Win-Lose is a Mirage

A Way Beyond the Abortion Wars? / (review of book by Charles C. Camosy)

Martha Shuping, M.D.

Abortion and Violence against Pregnant Women

Julia Smucker

(CLN Board member)

The Price of Violence: When Dehumanizing the Vulnerable Hurts One’s Own Causes

Amnesty International’s Blind Spot 

Defining Reproductive Justice: An Encounter

The Redemptive Personalism of Saint Oscar Romero

Media Stories on Abortion Access

What Does it Mean to be Inconsistent?

On Praying for the Military

Is Abortion Different from Other Violence?

A Healing Metaphor: Pandemic as War

To Know a Person is to Recognize a Human

Justice Littered with Injustice: Viewing Just Mercy in a Charged Moment

My Christian CLE Perspective: Absolute Nonviolence Across the Issues

Threats to the Unborn Beyond Abortion

Must We Resign Ourselves to Violence?

The Violence That Didn’t Happen (review of Stranger at the Gate)


Monica Sohler

Monica with baby Maura

My Difficulty in Voting: Identifying the Problem


Lisa Stiller

(CLN Board member)


Abortion on the Ballot

People Are So Much More Than Their Circumstances 

The Adventures of Organizing as a Consistent Lifer 

Adventures as a Delegate to the Democratic Party Convention

Intolerance Knows No Partisan Boundaries 

The Frustrations of Being a Consistent Life Activist

Removing Health Care Access is an Act of Violence

Would My Grandparents Have Died in the Pogroms?

Fifty Years of Protesting for Peace

Life as a Pro-life Progressive


Laura Denvir Stith

(former Missouri Supreme Court Judge)

Judge Stith recently retired from the Court after serving 20 years. 

Death Penalty Jurisprudence of  Former Missouri Supreme Court Judge Laura Denvir Stith

Richard Stith

(CLN Board member)

Richard Stith is a professor emeritus of law at Valparaiso University in Indiana.  Most of his writings can be found here.

Equal Concern for Each Human Being, Not for Each Human Issue

Open Letter to Fellow Human Rights Activists

When “Choice” Itself Hurts the Quality of Life 

A Friendly Approach

Life-Affirming Doctors

The Mirror-Image Counterpart of the Selfish Society

Oppressors of Women Scapegoat Fetuses to Preserve Patriarchy

“Trust Landlords”: Pro-Choice Candidate Supports Eviction Rights

Pro-lifers for Choice are Dangerous

Behind and Beyond the Shout for Abortion

Tom Taylor

Stewardship and the Consistent Life Ethic

Sarah Terzo

(CLN Board member)

Perspectives on Issues

Different Ways of Looking at Issues 

The Vital Need for Diversity 

People with Disabilities and the Poor

How Euthanasia and Poverty Threaten the Disabled 

How Ableism Led (and Leads) to Abortion

A Lawyer’s Turnaround on Baby Doe with Her Own Down Syndrome Baby

Social Programs to Help the Poor are Pro-life

The Impact of Family Caps on Abortion

Bigotry against Babies with Down Syndrome

Bigotry against Babies with Down Syndrome: International Experiences

Kate Cox and Stories of Trisonomy 18

Euthanasia by Poverty: Stories from Canada

Those Who Killed

Abortion Doctor Says: We are the Executioners

Healing for the Perpetrators: The Psychological Damage from Different Types of Killing

“But I was Empty”: The Story of a Doctor Who Left Planned Parenthood

Reaching Out Needs Compassion

How People Are Hurt

The Random Death Sentence: COVID in Prisons and Jails

Hospital’s Attitude Adds to Couple’s Heartbreak

Abort or Face Discharge

“I Became Like a Soldier Going to Battle”: Post-Abortion Trauma

Two Women Pregnant from Rape, Two Outcomes

Heartbreakingly Common: Suicide Among Veterans

Tear Gas and Miscarriages

Police Brutality to the Preborn

Police Brutality Against Protesters


Sophie Trist

Sophie Trist became involved in the pro-life/consistent life movement her freshman year of college and has never looked back. She graduated with a B.A. in English writing from Loyola University New Orleans in May of 2020 and hopes to pursue a career as a novelist, English professor, and CLE activist. In the past, she has contributed to the Secular Pro-life and Rehumanize International blogs, and she hopes to keep spreading the whole life message through her writing.

#SayHisName: The Medical Murder of Michael Hickson

Mask Up: It’s Pro-Life


John Whitehead

(CLN Advisory Board member, past Secretary and President)


John – Lessons from History

Rejecting Mass Murder: Looking Back on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Finding Common Ground on and Learning from World War II 

The Wages of War, Part 1: How Abortion Came to Japan

Wages of War, Part 2: How Forced Sterilization Came to Japan

Finding Common Ground on and Learning from World War II

“Everybody Else in the World Was Dead”: Hiroshima’s Legacy

East Germany’s Peaceful Revolution: Remembering the Berlin Wall’s Fall

“Remember Pearl Harbor—Keep ‘Em Dying”: War and Racism in the Pacific

The Danger That Faces Us All: Hiroshima and Nagasaki after 75 Years

“The Affairs of a Handful of Natives”: Nuclear Testing and Racism

Lethal from the Start: Uranium Mining’s Danger to the Most Vulnerable

No Combat Experience, No Opinion: Parallels in Pro-bombing and Pro-choice Rhetoric

People Standing against Tanks: The Civil Resistance of August 1991 and Its Ambiguous Legacy

Hard Questions about the Response to Terrorism: Looking Back on September 11th

Unholy Trinity: The Terrible Consequences of the First Nuclear Test

Stepping Back from the Brink: The Cuban Missile Crisis and Lessons for Today

Sleepwalking toward Nuclear War: The Lessons of the Able Archer Scare

A Complex Man’s Complex Legacy: What the Movie Rustin Leaves Out


John – Comments on Contemporary Events

Looking Beyond Anti-Imperialism: A Response to Some Arguments about the Ukraine War

Act Before We Reach “Midnight”: The Need to Seek a Cease-Fire in Ukraine

The Need for Peacemakers: Two Urgent Dangers That Require a Response

Human Rights & the Right to Life: Reconsidering Conventional Human Rights Activism

Sickness is the Health of the State? Civil Liberties and Conflict during a Pandemic

“Millions Who Are Already Hanging by a Thread”: The Global Repercussions of Covid-19

“I Gave Birth to Too Many Children”: Population Control and Repression in Xinjiang

The Biden Administration and Russia: Steps to Build a More Stable Relationship

Masking Up but Not Shutting Up: Defending Freedom of Speech during a Pandemic

A Cold War Comes Home? Anti-Asian Racism in Light of US-China Hostility

Encouraging Words That Require Action: Comments on the Geneva Summit

Seeing War’s Victims: The New York Times Investigation of Civilian Casualties in Iraq and Syria

Achieving Diplomatic Breakthroughs in the Past and Future: The “Opening to China” After 50 Years

A Catastrophe Decades in the Making: The Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Untying the Knot of War: Seek Negotiation, Not Escalation in Ukraine

Buy the Time to Make Peace: Seeking a Cease-Fire in the Ukraine War

Reflections on the Charlie Gard Case 

Three Reasons for Opposing the US Bombing of Syria

Varieties of Hawk: Clinton v. Trump on Foreign Policy


John – Nuclear Weapons

A Global Effort to Protect Life: The UN Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons

Wasting Money on Instruments of Death: Nuclear Weapons in the 2022 Budget

A Hidden Cost of the Ukraine War: How Russia’s Invasion Encourages the Spread of Nuclear Weapons

The Persisting Threat of Nuclear Weapons: A Brief Primer

Fallout at Home Base: Nuclear Testing within the United States

The Logic of Escalation: Nuclear Threats in Belarus and South Korea

“Never Again”: Taking Action against the Nuclear Threat

Are We Finally Waking Up? Signs of New Awareness of the Nuclear Threat

Apocalypse Imagined: The Urgent Message of Nuclear War: A Scenario


John – Strategy

Seeking Peaceful Coexistence: The Varied Ways of Supporting a Consistent Life Ethic

Making the Case for Peace to Conservatives

Using Empathy during a New Cold War

Breaking Stereotypes in Fearful Times

Pro-Life Voting Strategy: A Problem without an Answer

Specialization or Generalization? The Many Ways of Following the Consistent Life Ethic

Dialog on Life Issues: Avoiding Some Obstacles to Communication

“Is One Life Issue More Important Than the Rest?”: A Question That Might Not Need an Answer

January 22, Day of Horror & Hope: Reflections 2022 (contributor)

Promoting Peace at Home and Abroad: A Challenge for Peace Activists

In Defense of Detachment: The Different Approaches to Protecting Lives

Imagining a Different Type of Peace Organization


John – Reviews

Recognizing Humanity: Orwell and the Consistent Life Ethic

“Somewhere Else When the Trigger is Pulled”: Orwell and War

How to Move from Theory to Practice: Reading “A Consistent Life” (book by Mary Grace Coltharp & Aimee Murphy)

A War on the People: A Review of One Child Nation

Catastrophe by Mistake: The Button and the Danger of Accidental Nuclear War

Comprehending Horror through Animation: The Art of the Anti-War Animated Movie

Displaced and Brought Together by War: The Tale of Giovanni’s Island

A Plea for Quiet – and for Peace: Consistent Life Ethic Themes in Fahrenheit 451

Julianne Wiley

Julianne (aka Juli Loesch) founded Prolifers for Survival, a group which focused on opposing nuclear weapons and abortion; it was at the final meeting of that group that the Consistent Life Network (then the Seamless Garment Network) was founded.  

The Myth of Sexual Autonomy 

Courageous Woman: Elizabeth Anscombe (1919-2001)

Activists Reminisce: An Oral History of Prolifers for Survival

C.J. Williams

(CLN Board member)

When Women Lead

Purple Sash Revolution


Kae-Leah Williamson

Kae-Leah is a CLE and disability activist who has a lifelong passion for writing and storytelling. When she isn’t advocating for human rights on social media, she likes to spend her time coloring mermaid pictures and watching shows about history and other worlds.

How Disney Princesses Exemplify the Consistent Life Ethic