Knights of Columbus Airs Pro-Life ‘Heartbeat’ Radio Ad

October 7, 2008

- A new Knights of Columbus radio spot featuring the heartbeat of a 10-week-old unborn child and urging listeners to vote pro-life has begun airing on radio stations around the U.S.

As the heartbeat plays, a woman’s voice says: “Listening to this makes me wonder – why would anyone question that her life has begun?”

“Vote your heart. Vote Pro-Life,” it concludes.

“The fact that the child whose heartbeat we hear is alive is simply a matter of science,” Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson said in announcing the beginning of the ad campaign.

“We believe that it is vital that America’s pro-life community make it clear that they will reserve their votes for candidates of either party who are committed to protecting life from conception to natural death,” he continued.

The ad will be broadcast until the November 4 U.S. elections. A similar ad is planned for broadcast in Canada before the country’s October 14 election.

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