This summer, over 60 CCBR interns and staff will be bringing the truth about abortion to Canadian streets. Over the next few weeks, we will be introducing you to the courageous men and women on the front lines of the Culture War!

Partner with us financially by supporting our Summer Internship Crowdfunding Campaign!

Amy – 4-month Alberta Intern
“Pro-life is important work because we are giving a voice to the voiceless and saving the lives of innocent babies.

I was inspired to do the summer pro-life internship through my passion for making a difference in the lives of ordinary people. I figured, what would be a better way to spend a summer than learning how to talk to people about such a controversial and important topic as abortion.”

Catherine – 4-month Ontario Intern
“This work is important because it saves the lives of innocent babies!

I wanted to be more actively involved in pro-life work, to grow in my communication skills, and to experience this life-giving work with my friends.”

Colin – 4-month Ontario Intern
“‘It is in giving that we receive’, as spoken by Francis of Assisi. These words, among others, have inspired me to desire to give of myself. In light of the inherent opportunities that would be before oneself in such an internship, coupled with the privilege of being able to encounter a world yearning for love and healing, I have now been led to pursue the four month internship.”

Nearly 100,000 little Canadian girls and boys are killed by abortion every year. Their silent screams can’t be heard, but their broken bodies can be seen. This is why Amy, Catherine, and Colin are joining our 60+ interns and staff on Canadian streets this summer showing the truth about abortion, changing hearts and minds, and saving lives. Help us making abortion unthinkable in Canada by donating to CCBR’s Summer Internship Crowdfunding Campaign!

6 thoughts on “Meet the Interns! (Part 3)

    • Keturah Dumaine says:

      Hi there, I’m not sure if this is a real email account, but just in case you would see this reply – I’m wondering why you believe that we’re “not pro-life,” but “pro-birth?”

      • EliNoxas5374 says:

        Simply put, a person truly caring about pro-life would care WHY exactly people are seeking abortions to begin with and permit them anyways, after all the pregnant person should know best.

        Best regards from someone missing half their teeth. I was unwanted and often severely beaten up by my broke, alcoholic teen parents. You’re enabling this abuse and my heart breaks for every single baby born into a dysfunctional household, unloved and unwanted by the two people closest to it. Children deserve the best, yet you’re just putting every single party involved through suffering.

        • Keturah Dumaine says:

          Thank you for sharing about your experience growing up, and I’m so sorry you went through that. I agree with you on so much of what you said – that we should care about why people are seeking abortions to begin with, that children deserve the best, and that no child should grow up in an abusive or unloving environment. I wish that you had never had to suffer the abuse that you did, but I’m grateful that you are able to be a voice for those children who do end up in situations like yours.

          If we take a moment to think about children who are already born and in abusive and unloving homes, can we agree that it would be wrong to kill them? I assume you would agree with me that we have a duty to find some other way of preventing suffering that doesn’t involve killing innocent human beings. If I’m correct in assuming that, (correct me if I’m misrepresenting you at all!) then my question for you is if it’s never okay to kill a born child because she’s going to suffer, why would it be okay to kill a pre-born child because she’s going to suffer?

  1. Look inward says:

    Why are you maggots harassing people? Happily for us, women are free to choose what they do with their bodies and you can’t do anything about it. Why don’t you spend your time working at a food bank, a homeless shelter, canvassing the massive grocery chains who are causing this cost of living crisis, or maybe providing value by making the living conditions more bearable for Canadians – a world in which someone might actually want to raise a child. But instead, you pathetic servants to your own ideology sit on corners and harass people.

    Get a life. Get a real job. Pathetic – nobody will ever remember you or what you’ve tried to do, you will be forgotten in the sands of time. Congratulations- this is how you’ve spent your one life, making it miserable for everyone else around you.

    • Keturah Dumaine says:

      Hi there, I hope your day is going well. 🙂

      I just wanted to respond to this because I think you raise a good question – Why aren’t we spending our time working at a food bank, homeless shelter, or focusing on the cost of living crisis, or on living conditions of Canadians instead of publicly advocating against abortion? I agree with you that those things are all important, and I won’t speak for every member of our team because many of us do spend our time between different issues that we care about. In response to why we don’t do those things instead of publicly advocating against abortion, I would just ask, do you think that everyone who is involved in any sort of human rights issue has to be doing these things instead? I think we can agree that there is room to advocate for more than one issue at a time, but also that it’s okay for some people to specialize in a particular issue that they care about. We wouldn’t tell an ER nurse that they aren’t doing valuable work because they aren’t focusing on the cost of living crisis instead.

      I think the real disagreement here isn’t about how to prioritize different issues, but more about the abortion issue itself, because it sounds like you don’t agree that abortion ends the life of an innocent human being. Is that right?

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