February 3, 2021 | Institute for Human Ecology
On February 3, 2021, EPPC Fellow Erika Bachiochi took part in a conversation hosted by the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and cosponsored by EPPC’s Catholic Women’s Forum and the National Review Institute.
Here is IHE’s description of the event:
What does it mean to be pro-life and how can we, especially as Catholics, be more effective in our promotion of the sanctity of human life?
Our speakers, Kathryn Jean Lopez (Senior Fellow at the National Review Institute and an editor-at-large of National Review), Erika Bachiochi (Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and author of the forthcoming The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision), and Sr. Magdalene Teresa, S.V. (Director of the Visitation Mission of the Sisters of Life), have exemplified profound commitments to life across diverse vocations: media, law, and direct service of mothers in crisis. Regardless of vocation, age, or profession, Christ’s command to love all people is an urgent, demanding, and rewarding responsibility. Join us for a concrete and challenging reflection on what it means to be pro-life.
Click here or below to watch video of the conversation: