Excellent. We go to the March but I believe all the Catholic imagery dilutes the message and turns off non Catholics
And yet I don't think that anybody really doubts that the frisky being living and growing in a mother's womb is anything but human. Everybody knows that, and everybody has known it for thousands of years, since the dawn of the Neolithic Revolution. No herding/animal breeding society ever doubted that what's inside a pregnant ewe is a lamb, what's inside a cow is a calf, what's inside a woman is a human child.
We can see it with 4-D sonography, but people knew it in every cognate language that calls a pregnant woman simply a woman "with child."
The problem isn't that people don't know that humans beget humans. The problem is that they don't care.
Information does not provide motivation.
Religious devotion does. I'm not saying you have to be a religious Christian or Jew or Buddhist or Hindu to be pro-life. But it helps.
You are unfortunately correct.
The Catholic brand has been ruined in light of the widespread sexual abuse of thousands of innocent children by thousands of pedophile priests worldwide fully supported by Vatican hierarchy.
To attone Catholics should support the prolife movement, no doubt.
However, Catholics would do well to not reveal their affiliation with Vatican’s criminality in order to protect the real good that Prolife supporters intends.
RE: “We go to the March but I believe all the Catholic imagery dilutes the message and turns off non Catholics”