Tom Hoopes is Vice President of College Relations and writer in residence at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. He has written for the Register for more than 20 years and was its executive editor for 10. His writing has appeared in First Things’ First Thoughts, National Review Online, Crisis, Our Sunday Visitor, Inside Catholic and Columbia. He has served as press secretary for the Chairman of the U.S. House Ways & Means Committee. He and his wife, April, were editorial co-directors of Faith & Family magazine for 5 years. They have nine children.
Don’t give up yet on the youth. Young pro-lifers still believe in the power of the truth to change hearts, and their energy, enthusiasm, imagination and grasp of the new media might be what saves us.
Live Action Films is “a youth-led human rights movement dedicated to the respect and protection of all human life including the unborn.” They “use new media and educational presentations to share the truth about life and the threats to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness posed against the born and unborn.”
Here, they expose a Planned Parenthood cover-up of child abuse.
More from them later.
— Tom Hoopes