Pro-life advocate, Mary Ann Glendon, passed away on April 18th, 2021 at the age of 79. Glendon was a prominent figure in the pro-life movement, and her death has been met with sadness and admiration from both sides of the abortion debate.
Glendon was born in 1942 in Massachusetts and attended Harvard Law School, where she graduated in 1965. She went on to become a professor of law at Harvard and later at Notre Dame Law School. Glendon was a staunch defender of the right to life and was a vocal opponent of abortion. She was a member of the Pontifical Academy for Life, a Vatican-based organization that promotes the Catholic Church’s pro-life teachings.
Glendon was a prolific writer and speaker on the subject of abortion and the right to life. She wrote several books on the subject, including “A Nation Under Lawyers” and “The Transformation of Family Law.” She was also a frequent guest on television and radio programs, where she discussed her views on abortion and the right to life.
Glendon’s death has been met with sadness and admiration from both sides of the abortion debate. Pro-life advocates have praised her for her tireless work in defending the right to life, while pro-choice advocates have acknowledged her contributions to the debate.
Glendon’s life and work will continue to be remembered and celebrated by both sides of the abortion debate. Her legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of those who knew her and those who were inspired by her work. Her life may have ended, but her beliefs will live on.