Katie Walker

About the Author

Katie Walker is the Communications Director at American Life League – the nation’s largest grassroots Catholic pro-life organization, where she is in charge of advancing universal recognition of human personhood and the dignity of every human being’s life through traditional and new media. A native of Cincinnati, Katie is the oldest of seven and graduated cum laude from Northern Kentucky University in 2008 with a degree in journalism and political science. While at NKU she served as founding president of Northern Right to Life and founding vice-president of Students for Life of Kentucky. Before heading to Washington D.C. to work for the pro-life movement, Katie served in communications and fundraising for the Comboni Missionaries, an institute of Catholic priests dedicated to service of the poorest of the poor. She has appeared on FOX News, MSNBC, The Laura Ingraham Show and CBN News as well as many local television and radio shows. Katie has been published in the Washington Post, the Remnant newspaper and Celebrate Life magazine and quoted in Reuters, OneNewsNow, World Net Daily and Politico.

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Thanks, Guardian Angel!

Spiritual Guide, “Hurriquake” Protector, Boogieman Defender: Thanks, Guardian Angel! In the wake of surviving unscathed an earthquake and a hurricane in one week, I have one more suggestion to add to Annie Mitchell’s wonderful article Make me Holy… Guardian Angels. First, because devotion to Guardian Angels is so easily overlooked and secondly, because my angel deserves a little recognition for […]

Wind-Up Toy Soldiers

I’m sitting at home sick on a Saturday night. On one hand it’s a nice break, but on the other hand I’m sitting here contemplating my newfound free time and my to-do list. From the mundane achievable: must clean ALL the things; to the more ambitious: must learn French; to the more … lofty shall we say: I’m not doing […]

A Religion You Couldn’t Have Guessed – Thoughts on Rome

We wound through cobble stone streets into piazza after piazza. We ducked into glorious church after glorious church wallpapered in masterpieces and lined with artifacts, bones and the occasional saintly arm. After miles of walking, our feet felt like we were wearing the latest in hot skillets instead of sandles, but we pushed on. Past the magnificence of the Colosseum, […]

Answering the Tough Ones: Personhood and the Death Penalty

A few weeks ago, I gave a speech on personhood, human rights and the pro-life movement back in my home turf of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky. There is very little that is more nerve-wracking than going back home and giving a speech to several hundred of the people who once wiped your nose, taught you Latin and helped you make your first […]