Before her death, my 19 year-old sister Angela spent much of her spare time in pro-life activities. Through highschool, she learned to side-walk counsel women outside of the local Planned Parenthood. When she went away to college, she discovered that Family Planning Associates was performing abortions two days a week near her school, and that there was no one trying to help the women who were 'patients' at the clinic. Angela bought her own materials, and began going every Thursday, to sidewalk counsel the women going into the clinic for abortions. She often brought other fellow students with her, and now, after her death, the students of Thomas Aquinas College continue her work at that clinic. She was an ordinary teen, with all the same interests, dreams and goals of a normal teenager. Clothes, make-up, boys, school, part-time jobs, were all parts of her life. And yet this ordinary girl made time in her ordinary life, for an aposolate for the unborn and to the women who are faced the terrible decision of having an abortion. As a teenager, she made a difference, and touched many lives with her love for the unborn. I hope that her story will inspire other teens, and help them to see, that the terrible tragedy of abortion will only be stopped, one person at a time. As young adults and teenagers, the thought of being able to make a difference may seem impossible, and at best, overwhelming. No one is too young or too ordinary to do his or her part.
This web ring is open to all teens
and young people who are pro-life, anti-abortion and proud of it. If your home page or website proudly proclaims you to be
pro-life, or has pro-life content, I invite you to join the ring. Any website with pro-life information specifically for
teens is welcome also.
Designed and Maintained: Patti Barbiero