Dr. Monica Miller is the Director of Citizens for a Pro-life
Society — an activist pro-life group that she founded in 1986. She is also an Associate Professor of Sacred Theology at Madonna University.

Dr. Miller became active in pro-life work in 1976 while a student of Theatre Arts at Southern Illinois University. In 1978, she began her theological studies at Loyola University of Chicago, earning a Master’s Degree; and later received a Ph.D. from Marquette University in Milwaukee.

Dr. Miller is a nationally known pro-life leader and a pioneer of the pro-life rescue movement. She is a veteran sidewalk counselor and has organized hundreds of pro-life pickets, rallies, demonstrations and conferences.

Monica Miller is the author of several books and articles including Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church, and “The Theology of the Passion of the Christ”— a commentary on Mel Gibson’s film, “The Passion of the Christ.”

Recently Dr. Miller led the charge to expose a bio-hazard waste when she discovered numerous discarded patient records and the remains of aborted babies in abortion clinic trash containers in the Detroit-area. This striking discovery resulted in formal investigations by Michigan state regulatory agencies. Because of her tenacious work, criminal charges were brought against the Womancare abortion facilities by the Oakland County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

Monica Miller is currently leading the charge against the opening of the Planned Parenthood abortion mega-clinic in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

She is the author of the soon to be published book — the historical narrative of pro-life activism — called by some the best book ever written on abortion: Abandoned — the Untold Story of the Abortion Wars.

Dr. Miller is married to Edmund Miller — founder of Guadalupe Partners — and is the mother of three teen-age children Bernadette, Patrick and Joseph.

Dr Monica Miller is available for corporate events, private shows, milestone celebrations (birthday, anniversary), fundraisers, festivals, and more.