Looking at both the present and the future, Rose maintains that abortion is the greatest current human rights abuse, and yet, she maintains a positive attitude because of the changes she is seeing.
"The day for abortion's legal end and a revolution in our culture is already happening," said Rose.
"We've some high hills to climb, but abortion numbers are going down," she said, "and I believe that, because of the cultural changes and successes, the day of the end of abortion is coming soon."
Live Action has documented many abuses over the last five years in the United States, including alleged sex trafficking and sex abuse cover-ups, which she says have an international component.
"There are certainly efforts abroad with the (pro-life) march in Spain and Irish movements run by young people, but the youth movement in the U.S. is really thriving," Rose stated.
"I think it's because there is a lot of synergy and encouragement, which is starting to build up now in Europe," she added.
"Abortion and the culture of death is ruining our countries and it's time to stand up," she said, adding that "a lot of that is beginning to come from the youth and it is only growing."
She called on all Catholics to communicate persuasively to young people about human sexuality and the Theology of the Body, saying it is our responsibility.
Her tips for young Europeans are to not be afraid and to think courageously and creatively.
"You can do more than you think, you're called to do more than you think, and you're needed to do more than you think," she said.
"Discouragements will come, but be brave, stand up and make a difference in your country and God will give you every grace you need, and you will change your country."
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