Oct 18, 2010

Pro-Life email 9/23/2010

Oct 19 Tue, 7-9PM Empower MA Poll Watcher Training, Westborough Doubletree Hotel 5400 Computer Drive, Westborough, MA pre-register to volunteer to prevent voter fraud at key polling locations across the state.

Oct 20 Wed, 7PM Hagan Center Assumption College - "Church & Society in Communication" Delia Gallagher, member Vatican Press Corps, reporting for National Catholic Register, National Review and OSV.

Oct 22 Fri 40 Days for Life prayer vigil continues -
Oct 23 Sat Abortions all morning at Planned Parenthood 470 Pleasant St. Worcester. Prayers in back, sidewalk counselors up front.
40 Days for Life story: Johanna Miller wrote to the Wausau [WI] Daily Herald to respond to an earlier letter writer who was critical of the campaign and claimed that abortion was controversial and complex.
In her response, Johanna pointed out that this writer "resorts to name-calling to defend her position," referring to vigil participants as "anti-choice."
"Choose what?" Johanna asked. "Choose to kill a defenseless human being? Yes, I am against making that choice, and will advocate for the restriction of that
choice." She added that the peaceful pro-life presence is "a reminder that women do not have to make a bad choice to escape crises or difficult circumstances."
The original letter writer claimed to be standing up for women. However, Johanna said that opposing the 40 Days for Life vigil "because it makes you feel uncomfortable is not standing up for women."

Oct 30 Sat Pro-Life conference at St. Paul's Cathedral, High St. Worcester
Oct 30 Sat MCFL Dinner Lantana Restaurant, Randolph, MA. Keynote: Wanda Franz, President NRLC.

Confession is stronger than Exorcism

Nov 7 Sun 3PM Patriotic Rosary St. Mary's N. Grafton

Nov 27, Sat Day of Prayer for all Nascent Human Lives

5,958 Public Rosary Rallies - Our Lady of Czestochowa and a bunch of Assumption College Students showed up. Mass with Fr. Ted was great! pictures from Uton,MA
Thanks and God Bless,
Jay G.

Prayer Needs;

1 comment :

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

Confession IS stronger than exorcism. Which is why we should all reflect upon the message given to the world by Our Lady of La Salette: Reconciler of Sinners. The message of reconciliation is sorely needed by our troubled world.