At the National Right to Life Convention, you will hear from speakers who have experience in the movement, messages that will impact, and stories of hope.
A few of our main speakers are listed below.
Patricia Sandoval is a pro-life speaker and author with an amazing story of hope for this generation. Her testimony is as powerful and raw as it gets, with her personal history of abortion and then being hired by Planned Parenthood. Her terror at what happens behind the scenes led her to drugs and homelessness. But her story does not end there, and is filled with hope!
Now, a speaker across the globe, an author, and an EWTN show host, National Right to Life is proud to have her speak at our 2021 Convention.
The Rev. Dr. Gregory P. Seltz served as the Speaker of The Lutheran Hour radio program, a position he held from 2011 to 2017.
It has been said of him that "His experience as a pastor, … a professor … and as Lutheran Hour speaker has given him extensive exposure to the cultural and social realities that shape American culture."
He is now the first Executive Director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty in Washington, DC, and we are excited to have him open our National Right to Life Convention as our Prayer Breakfast speaker!
Wesley J. Smith left the full-time practice of law in 1985 to pursue a career in writing and public advocacy.
Smith has published hundreds of articles and opinion columns nationally and internationally on issues such as the importance of being human (human exceptionalism), assisted suicide, bioethics, the morality of human cloning, the dangers of the animal-rights movement, anti-humanism within radical environmentalist advocacy, legal ethics, medical ethics, and public affairs. The National Right to Life Convention once again welcomes his expertise to speak at our Saturday morning General Session titled,
"There's No Such Thing as 'Just a Little' Euthanasia."