News & Views

Right to Life Indianapolis now on YouTube

29 Oct , 2019 News Worthy

Right to Life of Indianapolis has a YouTube channel for the purpose of sharing pro-life information with our local community. CLICK HERE to see the new channel and hit the subscribe button. Tell your pro-life friends about this new pro-life resource. If you have video content ideas, share those with the Right To Life Indianapolis […]


Seven Tips to Voting Pro-Life

18 Oct , 2019 Elections

Seven Tips to Voting Pro-Life

On Nov. 5, municipal elections take place. To change our society to a culture of that values life at all stages and respects all persons from conception until natural death is critical. Voting for elected officials is important at all levels of government. Just as each person counts, each election counts. Here are 7 tips […]

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Last day to register to vote

7 Oct , 2019 Legislative News,News Worthy

Just a friendly reminder – today (October 7) is the last day to register to vote in the municipal election on November 5. If you haven’t registered to vote, you can register to vote online, check your registry status or find out where your polling place is by going to: To change our society […]

Tuttle talks about Building a Culture of Life on Catholic Radio Indy

9 Aug , 2019 News Worthy

“BUILDING A CULTURE OF LIFE” – Co-host of Faith In Action, Kent Blandford and Brigid Ayer talk with Marc Tuttle, President of Right to Life Indy about developing a reverence for and a culture of life. Tuttle shares in his insights and expertise on this important topic. Listen to the podcast by clicking below.

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Seymour clinic closing is more evidence of Planned Parenthood’s deep commitment to abortion

19 Jul , 2019 Abortion in Indiana

Planned Parenthood announced this week that they will be shuttering their clinic in Seymour and directing all of their patients to the Planned Parenthood in Columbus. This is just the latest of a string of clinic closings by Planned Parenthood in Indiana. In fact, the number of PP clinics in the Hoosier state has dropped […]