Jun 7, 2007

Prayer Vigil Protest of new Abortion Clinic

This Saturday June 9, 9AM St. Paul’s Prayer Vigil at Planned Parenthood's future location, 470 Pleasant St. in Worcester, MA. Leave Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church parking lot, 555 Pleasant St. right at 9AM and walk south to 470 Pleasant. Please invite others to attend this first vigil at the New site of Planned Parenthood.

Life Action League of Massachusetts is sponsoring this event and will hand out fliers and prayer cards:
"We are 'Anti-Abortion' because abortion hurts women and prevents beautiful babies from being born, babies that could, and would, be adopted - or kept by their mother's when those mother's fall in love at first sight with their baby."

Please join us for this first of many Prayerful Protest events.
Sign suggestions:
"Abortion is mean"
"Abortion is cruel, selfish, and final"
"What's in the dumpster?"


JayG said...

According to Planned Parenthood's own statistics the vast majority of women told Planned Parenthood the reason they were having an abortion was;

- "Having a baby would dramatically change my life"
- "I can't afford a baby now"

Think about it: the exact same phrases that almost every new parent utters when learning they are about to have a child have become the reason for 74% of all abortions performed at Planned Parenthood. If Planned Parenthood is truly Pro-Choice, and not simply Pro-abortion, they would allow the transparency that would foster an informed choice by their customers, the women who think an abortion is the solution to their problem. This would include;

- ultra-sounds of the mother's fetus before she makes her decision
- unbiased information to parents from an independent source unaffiliated with the Abortion industry.

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

Another suggestion for a sign, taken from an excellent book by Dr. & Mrs. J.C. Willke:

"Why can't we love them both?"

Meaning both mother and child.

JayG said...

Thanks Paul,
I'll keep that in mind. In truth, every child IS a wanted child, so we need to fix the complicated of confusing Adoption Laws in this Country.

M. Alexander said...

I did not know about this- how terrible.