Nov 3, 2012

Election 2012 - Vote Pro-Life

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“The more a correct conscience prevails, the more do persons and groups turn aside from blind choice and try to be guided by objective standards of moral conduct.” CCC 1794

Vote No on 2. Poorly written and flawed.
Pro-life recommended votes
Romney/Ryan President/Vice President
Scott Brown Senator
Brian O’Malley State Rep in the Worcester 15th
Bill McCarthy State Rep in the Worcester 14th/W.Boylston district
William G. Lebeau for State Rep in Worc 17th both Lebeau & Bienenda (time to retire) rec’d by MCFL
Ryan Fattman for State Rep in Worc 18th
John Fresolo State Rep Worc 16th
Paul A. Franco State Rep Worc 13th
Matthew Beaton State Rep Worc 11th
Kevin Kuros State Rep Worc 8th
Paul Frost State Rep Worc 7th
Peter Durant State Rep in Worc 6th
Jason M. Petraitis State Rep in Worc 5th
Justin Brooks State Rep Worc 4th
Richard Bastien State Rep Worc 2nd
Kim Ferguson State Rep Worc 1st Holden
Jim Lyons State Rep 18th Essex Andover
Dean Cavaretta State Sen in Worc/Middlesex
Sandi Martinez State Rep 3rd Middlesex Chelmsford
Mike Franco for 8th district Gov. Council W. Mass
Earl Sholley 2nd district Gov. Council SW of Boston
Jonathan Golnik Congress 3rd District (over Tsongas)
Sean Beilat Congress to fill Barney Frank’s old seat (over Kennedy)

The [Roman Catholic] Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) distinguishes between “temporal questions that God has left to the free and responsible judgment of each person and non-negotiable ethical principles, which are the underpinning of life in society.” The CDF prioritizes the “non-negotiable ethical principles” upon which democracy must be based:
 1. The protection and dignity of every human life from conception to natural death.
 2. The protection and honor given to the faithful marriage between a man and a woman and the family build upon it.
 3. Religious freedom is our first freedom – bound by truth and exercised within a moral framework.
 (Doctrinal Note on the Participation of Catholics in Political Life, 2002)

Election Day Volunteers needed for No on 2 sign holding, Tues Nov 6th, 7-10 am, 4-7 pm, at six designated areas in the city of Worcester:
1.Tatnuck Square
2.Newton Square
3.Kelley Square
4.Grafton Hill Circle
5.The Summit
6.The intersection of Park Avenue and Salisbury
And, if we have enough people: Webster Square

Life Decisions International, LDI coordinates boycotts and letter writing campaigns against Corporations that donate to Planned Parenthood, so far 281 Corporations have stopped funding Planned Parenthood to the tune of $41 Million. The week of Nov. 4th the LDI Pro-Life Letter writing campaign targets: Ameriprise: Mr. James M. Cracchiolo, Chm.& CEO, Amerprise Financial Inc., 55 Financial Ctr., Minneapolis, MN 55474. 800.386.2042.
Sample Letter -

40 Days for Life ends with Election – Final Note
KENMORE, WASHINGTON – why we stand ready.
Chaplain Pete, the local coordinator, visited Kenmore Community Church, which will be the location of the campaign's closing event. The pastor introduced him to the congregation, and said he'd be available after the service if people wanted to find out more about 40 Days for Life.
"A grandma introduced herself and her daughter, telling me their Planned Parenthood story," he said.
 Five years ago, the daughter -- described as a "rebellious teen" -- suspected she was pregnant. Her mother took her to Planned Parenthood for a pregnancy test. When they arrived, Planned Parenthood said the cost would be $50 -- cash. They didn't have the $50, so they went to the pro-life pregnancy help center next door, where the test was free. "They were treated with kindness and care," said Chaplain Pete.
 "Needless to say, no abortion took place." Now, he’s looking forward to a chance to meet this child, "and invite three generations to join us in our celebration of life event. I can hardly wait!"

Nov 10 Sat 10am Mass to save babies with Fr. Nick Desimone in the Problem Pregnancy Chapel, followed by Sidewalk prayerful protest in front of Planned Parenthood, 470 Pleasant St. Worc

Nov 10 Sat 8:30 registration, Year of Faith event, Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mission Church, Boston. Special day is intended for spiritual renewal, reflection and affirmation of the consecrated life, featuring Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC, bestselling author of Consoling the Heart of Jesus and 33 Days to Morning Glory

Nov 11 Sun 7pm, Pro-Life Presentation by Paul Byrne, MD, Knights of Columbus Hall, 484 Lancaster Street (Rt. 117) Leominster, MA. Presented by St. Benedict Center. Free Will offering. Sponsored by St. John the Baptist Pro-Life League, Immaculate Heart of Mary School, Still River, MA

Nov 13 Tue 7pm, Theodore Malloch on “doing Virtuous Business”, Assumption College

Nov 17 Sat 8am Mass to save babies with Fr. Adam Reid in the Problem Pregnancy Chapel, 495 Pleasant St. Worc, followed by Sidewalk prayerful protest in front of Planned Parenthood.

Nov 30 Fri 8pm – Mass (in lieu of 1st Friday next week) in the Problem Pregnancy Chapel followed by all night Eucharistic Adoration, ending…
Dec 1 Sat 8am 1st Saturday Mass with Fr. Michael Roy

Jay G.
Prayer Needs 

Remember this Ad during the election

This November the big three are:
 1. Life, including the attacks on life in abortion and assisted suicide
 2. Marriage, including who and how many and
 3. Religious Freedom, including what are they going to force on us next

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