Capitol Connection Episode 126
Interview with Patrina Mosley, Family Research Council Director of Life, Culture, & Women’s Advocacy
On this week’s Capitol Connection Podcast we are joined by Patrina Mosley, a national policy expert and pro-life advocate who serves as the Director of Life, Culture and Women’s Advocacy at the Family Research Council, to talk about cultural and political developments involving the sanctity of life.
Patrina specializes in advocating for women in matters of abortion, sex trafficking, and pornography. Her commentary has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Examiner, The Hill, Townhall, The Federalist, and more. From her policy analysis to cultural commentary, her goal is to motivate others to action from a Biblical worldview.
Listen to this week’s episode to hear Patrina’s insight on:
- The recent shocking revelations about the abortionist who stored over 2,000 dead babies on his property
- Responses to common pro-choice arguments
- How the Church can be more engaged on the issue of abortion and protecting human life
- And what we all can do to restore respect for human dignity and the sanctity of life.