How we all keep working to promote respect for EVERY human life

6 Apr , 2020 News Worthy

We may have had to move our office to our homes, but rest assured – RTLI is continuing to advocate for the right of every human life. You can still reach us by e-mail – – or by phone, (317) 582-1526, but our location on 86th street is closed for the time being.

With abortion facilities in Indianapolis and the rest of the state continuing to commit abortions in the face of Governor Holcomb’s orders, and a gigantic rise in the number of elderly and vulnerable patients in hospitals with potential shortages of medical equipment, our mission is more critical now than ever.

We must make sure all human life is respected from the moment of conception until natural death.

As we continue our work, here are ways you can continue to build a culture of life in the midst of the quarantine:

  • Pray: So many of us have already increased our usual prayers in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic. Please include the unborn, the women who are pregnant in difficult times and the elderly and vulnerable in your prayers. Pray for an end to abortion and a halt to the growth of euthanasia. One easier reminder is the Pray Five at Five initiative.
  • Stay up to Date: Follow pro-life news sources like, and You can follow RTLI on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram — just click on the social media icons below. Also, subscribe to Right to Life of Indianapolis’ weekly blog to stay up to date.
  • Advocate for Life: With abortion facilities defying the Governor’s directives and potential threats to innocent life continuing, it is crucial to stay in touch with your public officials. You can continue to call Governor Holcomb and urge him to enforce his directives to abortion facilities. Also, consider signing up for Indiana Right to Life’s Action Alerts. Finally, consider volunteering to help out one of the many pro-life political candidates in Central Indiana.
  • Support Pro-Life films: There are numerous great pro-life films available for streaming, or for download through your local public library. UnPlanned is a pro-life “must-see,” but look for Bella, Crescendo, and Inwood Drive. For a local angle, watch I Lived on Parker on Avenue. Some other pro-life films that might be a little harder to find include Juno, October Baby, and one of our favorites – Doonby.

In addition, like so many other not-for-profit organizations, Right to Life of Indianapolis still needs your financial support. Please click here to help provide a strong voice and advocate for the unborn, elderly and disabled in our community with a donation to Right to Life of Indianapolis.


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