Luke 52 Project Mobile


Emmanuel Lughermo says, “This is a picture of Karlita with Majesty on the sides of the Luke 52 Project Mobile, 35 foot RV that was delivered last Wednesday. It will be very special to me knowing the city of Detroit and beyond will see her and her baby and I will be driving it.”


According to the National Review, ultrasounds help the pro-life movement persuade previously unreachable individuals. Pro-choice organizations, despite their public denials, understand this, and in fact have conceded the point in lawsuits challenging mandatory ultrasound laws.  Recognizing the power of these images, states are adopting laws requiring doctors to perform an ultrasound before an abortion.

As science and technology make biological reality become apparent to people, America’s abortion regime will become untenable. A mother looking at an ultrasound of her 10 or 12 week child will know that this is no mere clump of cells or tumor as explained to them by abortion mills. The entire horror of a late-term abortion will be obvious to parents who can  see their child in a high-quality video. Once such images are widely distributed, the entire abortion debate is going to change, and has already started.


Dear Friends for Life, Free Speech Lives!

(Re-post of Heartbeat International)

Today, the Supreme Court of the United States announced their decision in NIFLA v. Becerra. The case is a challenge to the so-called “Reproductive FACT Act” which the state of California established in 2015. 

NIFLA has been fighting this good fight in courts ever since, and today we are grateful to say free speech lives!

In a 5-4 decision, the justices have rightly supported the freedom of speech of over 200 pro-life pregnancy centers and medical clinics in California, so we can continue to help women choose life without being forced to post a state-sponsored message of abortion.

This is an unquestionably major triumph for U.S. pregnancy centers working to save families from the sting of abortion.

Today’s ruling is the latest—and most significant—court victory for pro-life pregnancy centers which have been the target of similarly onerous free speech restrictions in New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Texas, Hawaii, and Illinois, so today, we celebrate!

Thank you for your prayers and for following this case over the last three years. We hope that you celebrate today with us as we rejoice in this victory for life!

Thank you for continuing to champion life,


Diaper, Wipes, and Formula Drive


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Monday July 30th– Sunday August 5th 2018 

The Right to Life of Michigan Wayne County Resource Center in Wyandotte will be hosting a Diaper Drive at the Wyandotte office to collect diapers of all sizes/baby wipes/unopened baby formula to be donated to the Crisis Pregnancy Center in Lincoln Park to help local families in need.

WHERE: Right to Life of Michigan Wayne County Resource Center

                2010 Eureka Rd. (In the plaza between 20th & 21st Street)

                Wyandotte, MI 48192


WHEN:  Donations may be dropped off at the Wyandotte office during             

the entire work-week on Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm. The office         

will also be open on Saturday August 4th, and Sunday August 5th

from 9am-2pm to collect donations

Thank You for your generosity!!!

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Angie Maciag
Office Manager
Wayne County/Downriver
Educational Resource Center
2010 Eureka
Wyandotte, MI 48192 | 734-282-6100

Wyandotte 4th of July Parade

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Time again for another Wyandotte 4th of July Parade and we NEED your participation!  We NEED YOU to stand alongside us in an effort to keep the life effort “front and center” in our community.

This year we are Unit #63.  (Remember, parade line up is all in chronological order.)  Rosalie will be driving her car in our parade unit again.  (If anyone would like to ride along with her instead of walking, please e-mail me at your earliest convenience, and I’ll reserve a spot for you.)

PARADE DETAILS:  Parade begins at 10:00 a.m so you should be there just after 9:30 a.m.  We’ll line up on Biddle probably closer to Northline, (Ford).  Just remember our Parade Unit number.  We probably won’t move until 10:30 a.m.  and you’ll be on your way home by 11:30 a.m.   At the end of the parade, we will shuttle you back to your vehicle at the beginning of the parade.  FOR THOSE INTERESTED, Anna Danyko will be going to the Adoration Chapel at Our Lady of the Scapular immediately following the parade for a thank-you Rosary, so please join her.  One last detail, remember the parade goes on rain or shine!

IF POSSIBLE, PLEASE WEAR A RED T-SHIRT this time around.  As always, I’ll be passing out items for you to wear–hats, buttons, etc.–before the parade begins.

Invite everyone your know to join us in this positive Pro-Life outreach.  Our efforts are making a difference!  You will notice the applause we receive when we walk down the street.  

FOR NEWCOMERS, you are SOOOOOOO WELCOME We need YOU!  We need you to help us pass out parade candy and our holiday greeting cards containing the RTL (800) Help Line number and our local Crisis Pregnancy Center, (CPC), contact info–You may help to save a life!   Help us in our positive PRO-LIFE outreach to the local community.

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Downriver Right to Life 2018 Life Walk

Upper Downriver Right to Life held its successful annual LIFE WALK on Saturday morning, June 9th. The Life Walkers met at the First Baptist Church of Lincoln Park. Despite the threatening rain, 22 walkers represented donations from 106 people for a total of $1364. Dan McGuire turned in the most pledges and was awarded the $100 prize and a medal depicting the Wyandotte Indian family statue.

The group walked northward along Fort Street to the Lincoln Park Crisis Pregnancy Center at Southfield. They were welcomed there with a tour of the facility, looking at the resources available to mothers as well as the counseling rooms. The group then walked back to the church for pizza and a potluck lunch. ​