South Bend, Ind., Feb 8, 2018 / 15:37 pm
Parents pursuing graduate degrees at the University of Notre Dame are now able to partake in a free childcare service through the campus' Right to Life Club.
"The Right to Life's mission is to promote and uphold the sanctity of all human life from conception until natural death through prayer, service and education," stated Lorenzo Beer, who was the commissioner behind the new childcare service, according to the Observer.
"The Child Care Service is a direct, concrete action of the Right to Life Club to showcase the love the pro-life movement has for those who choose life," Beer continued.
The childcare program is offered once a week to parents who are graduate students at the University of Notre Dame. The children are cared for by university student volunteers, who are required to have a background check and a child care training session.