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Youth learn how to become pro-life leaders

Posted July 7, 2017 at 12:00 am

By Debbie Shelley

The Catholic Commentator

When a person you are talking to does not have a pro-life viewpoint concerning abortion, euthanasia and end-of-life issues, to keep the person from becoming entrenched in their views in a heated conversation it takes skill and compassion, which are developed through experience, said leaders of PULSE Leadership Institute.

Left side, forefront, PULSE leadership Institute attendees Francesca Corbello and Hope Leverne, left side background, listen to views concerning abortion expressed by two people they encountered on the LSU campus. Photo by Debbie Shelley | The Catholic Commentator

 

Approximately 60 youth from around Louisiana attended the PULSE Leadership Institute on June 4-9 at the

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