Media Kit

With the serious deficit of healthy dialogue around critical issues in the United States, Healing the Culture, a pro-life educational organization, is releasing 90-second, quick-hitting videos throughout Lent to help the faithful learn and teach others about God’s perspective on the sanctity of human life. Each Monday during Lent, a new video will present solid answers to some of the toughest questions on abortion and assisted suicide, and will be available at the newly launched website: RespectLife.University.

Video Release Dates:

  • February 27: Should we Agree to Disagree
  • March 6: Is the Embryo Human
  • March 13: Human Being vs. Human Person
  • March 20: Abortion and Fetal Abnormalities
  • March 27: Abortion to Protect the Mother’s Life
  • April 3: Assisted Suicide is Just an Option

About Camille Pauley

Camille Pauley is Co-Founder and President of Healing the Culture, a non-profit organization that evangelizes and converts people to be deeply, authentically, and permanently pro-life.  Founded in 2003 with Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D., using his unique curriculum to change hearts and minds and build a culture of life, Healing the Culture has grown into an internationally recognized organization with tremendous influence in the cultural battle over abortion and euthanasia. Camille has over 25 years of experience as a professional pro-life advocate and has inspired, trained, and educated millions on effectively defending the sanctity of human life.    

For interview requests, contact Carrie Kline at

Sample Interview Questions


  1. Can you describe your collaboration with Fr. Robert Spitzer, and how that led to the founding of Healing the Culture in 2003?
  2. Tell our audience about the new 90-second videos you’ve created for release throughout Lent and how you selected the topics that are addressed?
  3. Healing the Culture educates children (as young as kindergarten) up to adults on the pro-life message.  How do these informative videos add to an already expansive library of resources you provide?
  4. What kind of reaction have these videos prompted so far, and what is your hope for the overall impact?
  5. How can people access the videos and share with others?  
  6. What’s next for Healing the Culture?