Monthly Archive: November 2013

Nov 30

Walk for Life West Coast – Reserve your seat now!

Join us at this peaceful protest to celebrate the sanctity of all human life! Saturday, Jan 25th, 5:00AM (Buses depart at 5:20 am sharp and get back at 10:00pm) St. Philip Catholic Church – 7100 Stockdale Hwy $25 per person (on-board continental breakfast included)   Registration online via our DONATE option (make sure you type ‘Walk for …

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Nov 28

A Pro-Life Prayer for Thanksgiving Day

Father of mercies, God of all creation, Source of life and of every blessing, We thank you today, and every day of our lives, For all that you give us! Our thanksgiving is not only a duty, But a joy and a source of strength, Because it reminds us of your faithful love, And inspires …

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Nov 26

A Thanksgiving Message by Msgr. Frost

Many years ago I met a graduate student who had an undiagnosed mental illness. He was for great periods of time deeply in depression, to the point of contemplating suicide. Miraculously one evening, standing on that bluff of despair, he was touched by an angel, overcome by a spiritual awakening to the divine vitality of …

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Nov 21

Attention Pro-Lifers! What did we learn from Josh Brahm?

For those of us who wanted some training on how to engage in the pro-life debate in a civil, compassionate, and effective manner, we weren’t disappointed as we listened to Josh Brahm at our January event. Josh Brahm, the Education Director for Right to Life of Central California, and host of the radio/TV show ‘Pro-Life …

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Nov 20

Albuquerque Voters Defeat Anti-abortion Measure

After a monumental battle that saw national pro-life groups and abortion supporters engage in a furious fight in the state of New Mexico, voters in Albuquerque on Tuesday defeated the nation’s first city-wide ban on late-term abortions. Initial results from 50,000 early and absentee ballots showed 56 percent of voters against the proposal, while 44 …

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Nov 20

Bakersfield Abandoned Children Buried

Garden of Innocence/Kern – Graveside Service Announcement (Providing Dignified Burials for Abandoned Children) On Saturday, November 23, 10 am Three new babies (Jose, Gatlin, and Daniel ) came to the garden. About 100 people joined the Garden of Innocence/Kern in sending them home with the love and dignity of family and made sure that these …

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Nov 14

US Catholic Bishops Announce Plans to Stand United and Resist the Coercive HHS Mandate

BALTIMORE, MD (Catholic online) – In a strong and prophetic sign of solidarity, underscored as its importance by being announced at the conclusion of their General Assembly, the Catholic Bishops of the United States issued the following statement concerning their intention to resist the coercive and unconstitutional HHS mandate through which the US Government intends to enforce the …

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Nov 12

Efforts to roll back abortion laws start circulating

Abortion opponents got the green light on Thursday to begin gathering signatures for two voter referenda for the November ballot that would seek to overturn a pair of state laws that expand access to abortions in California. The Secretary of State approved proponent Laurette Elsberry’s request for a title and summary on the two referenda, one challenging AB 154 and the other AB …

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Nov 07

U.N. Treaty Threatens Parents Rights

The U.S. Senate will consider, again, a treaty on disabilities that, if enacted, also would take away the rights of parents. Under the treaty, the U.N. would set standards of care for people with disabilities. President Obama signed the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities (CRPD) in 2009. Pro-family organizations are concerned …

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Nov 02

Let’s support Albuquerque with prayer!

  Santa Fe Archbishop Michael Sheehan, has come out in support of the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Ordinance which, if successful, would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy in Albuquerque, NM. This ordinance, the first known effort to ban late-term abortions on the municipal level, has 54% of likely Albuquerque voters supporting it. It was placed on the ballot …

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