Aug 7, 2016

Punish the Rapist, Welcome the child

Punish the Rapist, Welcome the Child: Interview, By Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D.
LOS ANGELES, August 4 (C-Fam) Lianna Rebelled was 12 years old when two men kidnapped her while she was walking to a local shopping mall. Nine months later she gave birth to a baby girl. Today she travels to shelters all over Latin America giving hope to girls pregnant from rape by sharing her story.

Aug 13 Sat Prayer protest on sidewalk but no Mass at Problem Pregnancy Chapel, Pray for America in front of the Temple of the Secular Religion, Planned Parenthood
"In the End, My Immaculate Heart Will Triumph"
Join or start a Prayer cell for Our Lady of Fatima, especially on these 99th anniversary days of the Fatima miracles, the 13th of Sept and Oct miracle of the sun, in August they were in jail…

Aug 15 Mon 11am - Anointing of the Sick, St. George's Brattle St. Worc

National Organization for Marriage, NOM is fund raising to protect Traditional values and Religious Liberty

Aug 19 Fri - Year of Mercy Pilgrimage, Bishop McManus will lead a pilgrimage to the Divine Mercy Shrine in Stockbridge, MA. The diocesan bus will leave Immaculate Conception Church, 353 Grove St., Worcester at 8:15 am and will return at approximately 6:30 pm.
contact Julie Schroeder at or call 508-929-4345 or click link

Aug 20 Sat 10AM Fr. Reid Mass at Problem Pregnancy with Prayer protest on sidewalk in front of Planned Parenthood

Aug 27 Sat 10am Mass, Fr. Cardinale, 9am Sidewalk peaceful prayer vigil

Sep 5-9 WQPH Radio sponsoring a pilgrimage to EWTN in Alabama. Details Mary Ann Harold

Oct 14 Fri 7pm MFI's 25th Annual Fundraising Banquet, featuring world-renowned faith leader Dr. Ravi Zacharias. Boston/Newton Marriot 2345 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton, MA 02466

Oct 22 Sat 9:30am-3:30pm Assumption College HOSTS Society at the Crossroads - End of Life Care, followed by Mass at 4 pm. $15 includes a boxed lunch. Register

2017 Apr 1 Sat - 17th Annual Worcester Diocesan Catholic Men's Conference. NEW LOCATION! ASSUMPTION COLLEGE 500 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA

Looking for someone to replace Eileen Dunn. The Masses need to continue at the Problem Pregnancy Chapel. If one or two women would come forward you could make this happen. We have two men that will assist you. This is a most rewarding ministry. Please call Eileen at 508-829-5853 or 1-508 -688-5766. I look forward to hearing from you!

“Because of a perverse will was lust made; and lust indulged in became custom; and custom not resisted became necessity” - Saint Augustine, The Confessions

God Bless America

Jay G.
Prayer Needs; Alyssa, Mike Jones & Renie McGee surgery, Baton Rouge LA & Dallas TX Police officers and their families, Philando Castile, Fr David Mullins recovery from triple bypass surgery, Richard Yosca RIP, Jean Murphy incurable blood cancer, Fred needs polyp removed, Michelle Kenny double Mastectomy, Chris Hanley who has synovial sarcoma metastasized to her lungs, Marikler with liver adenoma & her husband Eric with Crohn’s, Sara Ross, Antonin Scalia RIP, Jim Tisdell, Doan family, Rebecca with breast cancer, Mary Agnes thyroid, Camille cancer, Pricilla infection, Michelle Kenny 37 stage 4 cancers, Aline, a Congolese mom of a 2-year-old and a 36-week preemie is in bed with a corset, she had surgery at Memorial for her spine TB, which went well and is still on a heavy regimen of anti TB drugs by mouth. She walks now and lives at home and is able to take care of her children. Claude was able to get back to work. The baptism of their little boy was 3 weeks ago (mid Feb.2016) at St Andrews African community. Peg O’Shea RIP, 5 year old Andrew...brain tumor, Johanna Freeman pneumonia, Alec Michael testicular cancer, Fr. Rocco Piccolomini & Monsignor Tinsley RIP, Cheryl for full recovery after successful brain surgery, Brian for moral support, Refugees Martin Djaibe & Alice Kotambai, Ryan for spiritual protection, 8-year-old Isabel recovering from surgery for a Cesotomy, Abby suicidal, Danielle & her baby Anthony, Jodie, Emily's return home and the Lord's help

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