FRONT ROYAL, VA, July 6, 2009 ( - Human Life International (HLI), the world's largest pro-life organization, has announced the online publication of its Pro-life Talking Points (PLTP) series. Designed to be easily downloaded, printed and shared, each of these one-page, two-sided documents lays out the pro-life arguments on specific issues from “When Does Human Life Begin?” to “Abortion Violence: Setting the Record Straight.”

“I speak to pro-lifers around the world and people always ask me how they can persuasively argue for the pro-life cause on specific issues that they care about,” said Fr. Thomas J. Euteneuer, president of HLI. “The PLTP series has, in plain language, the answers that people are looking for, in a format that is easy to print, forward and share with others.”

Each PLTP document focuses on a specific issue at the heart of the debate over life issues. The first ten include “Why Women Abort,” ”Does Abortion Save Women's Lives?” and others.
“All pro-lifers need to do three things when debating life issues,” said Fr. Euteneuer. “First, pray because only God can change hearts. Second, be convinced that the facts are on our side. The anti-life movement is very good at using slogans and emotion because they know that they can't base their arguments on facts. Finally, know and use the facts. To that end, the Pro-Life Talking Points series will assist every pro-lifer in the mission of defending babies and souls.”
To access the PLTP series visit and click on the Pro-life Talking Points image on the bottom right-hand column or click here.


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