Adopting Life Part 1

What does it mean to be pro-life? It’s more than opposing abortion, as crucial as that is. This three-part series, co-sponsored by the National Review Institute and the Catholic Information Center, explores how religious believers can foster a radical culture of hospitality and loving support for unplanned pregnancies, adoptions, and children who find themselves without the generous support of family and community.

About the Speakers

Rabbi Mitchell Rocklin is a Resident Research Fellow at The Tikvah Fund. He is also a Chaplain in the New Jersey Army National Guard with the rank of Captain, a Doctoral Candidate in United States History at the City University of New York, and a member of the Executive Committee of the Rabbinical Council of America.

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Elizabeth Kirk is a scholar, writer and national speaker on matters pertaining to the family in law, policy and the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition. She has a special interest in adoption law and policy. She also provides strategic guidance, such as legislative analysis, on related matters to policy leaders and legislators.

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Posted on May 8, 2017