Monday, July 23, 2012


American Life League joins the Moore family and Crossroads to mourn the untimely death of Thomas Aquinas student fatally injured during cross-country walk
Washington, D.C. - American Life League joins the Moore family, Thomas Aquinas College, Crossroads, and the entire pro-life movement in mourning the untimely death of a young and inspiring son, student, and leader. Judie Brown, president of American Life League, issued the following statement:
The news of the sudden and untimely death of Andrew Moore was received with profound sadness by American Life League. We applaud the exemplary commitment by this young leader during his lifetime, and pray that the works that he began by joining Crossroads, praying for preborn lives, and actively counseling will come to fruition.

According to the Crossroads website, 20-year-old Andrew Moore testified that his decision to play such an active role in saving all of God's children was also a way to serve his God. His selflessness demonstrated a remarkable strength of character.

We have lost a dedicated and inspiring budding leader in Andrew. May he find rest in God's perfect peace.

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