“This is a shameful ruling that seeks to continue the Obama-era assault on conscience rights and religious liberty” By Micaiah Bilg…
Luminary candles should be lit on the evening of January 21st. It is the vigil of the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions of the Supreme Court which allowed legalized abortion in our country. Please help us mourn the victims of abortion: mothers, fathers, and babies.
Luminary candle sets are available at some churches and at the Right to Life office at 2010 Eureka, Wyandotte (office is inside the mall on 20th and Eureka). Office hours are 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
A winner of this 50” x 60” plush throw of Our Lady of Guadalupe will be drawn from Signature Ad donors and announced at the January 21st Prayer Service.
Please take time to support the Signature Ad in the News Herald for the anniversary of Roe v. Wade and legal abortion in the U.S. It is important that we show that there are hundreds of people Downriver who support the legal protection of the unborn. The full page, full color ad in the Downriver News Herald and the Dearborn Press and Guide costs nearly $3000. Please include your name, business, church, club or school for a donation of $10 or more.
I join with Right to Life of Michigan Downriver affiliates to express my support for legal protection for unborn children in an ad in the News Herald and Dearborn Press and Guide.
Name to appear in ad (may be individuals, family, business, school, club, church, etc.): ___________________________________________________________________
Address (will not be printed, for verification only):
Phone: ________________________ e-mail: __________________________________
Signature (required) ______________________________________________________
Contributions to Upper Downriver Right to Life are not tax deductible.
[ ] Yes, Right to Life affiliates may use my name in their upcoming pro-life ads.
[ ] No, I prefer not to have my name in the advertisement, but will support it financially.
Donation enclosed (suggested $10-15) $ _________ payable to Right to Life
[ ] I enclose an additional $5 to renew my annual Right to Life of Michigan membership.
Mail to: RLM Signature Ad, 2010 Eureka, Wyandotte, MI 48192 Deadline: January 16, 2018, or call for more information 734-282-6100.
You can also donate at Sigad2018.Eventbrite.com
Sunday, January 21, 2018 – Sanctity of Human Life Sunday
We mourn 45 Years of Legalized Abortion
Please bring your family. March with us and pray at this memorial service in memory of more than 60 million babies aborted in the U.S. since the Roe v. Wade decision of the Supreme Court on January 22, 1973.
Sponsored by Right to Life of Michigan Downriver affiliates:
Upper Downriver, Southern Downriver, Dearborn Area, and Central Wayne County
1:00 p.m. – March for Life (1/2 mile walk or drive) from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church (10th & Superior, Wyandotte) to the Cemetery at Northline and 9th Street
1:45 p.m. – Prayer Service (indoors) at: Mt. Carmel Cemetery Chapel led by Deacon Richard Bloomfield near the Knights of Columbus Memorial Monument for the Unborn
2:30 – 3:30 p.m. – Open House – Right to Life Education Office – 2010 Eureka, Wyandotte (734) 282-6100
By Dave Andrusko I think it would be fair to say that the savvier pro-abortionists understand there is case pending before the Supreme Court that has the potential to seriously upset a major objective of the Abortion Industry: compelling pro-lifers to compromise their principles, lessen their impact, and to force them to do the bidding
You, your family, and friends are ALL INVITED to “walk for life” in Wyandotte’s Christmas Parade along with Upper Downriver Right To Life. PLEASE JOIN US next Saturday, November 18, 2017. The parade officially begins @ 10:00 a.m. We are NUMBER 39 – remember all units are in chronological order so we are easy to find. We will line up on Biddle between Spruce and Cedar – probably closer to Spruce. Just look for Rosalie’s red car.
We need people to carry our sign, pass out candy and Christmas greeting cards. REMEMBER, the parade goes on rain, snow, or shine. Wear layers to keep warm. (Actually, it’s suppose to warm up by the end of the week.) ALSO, since we are closer to the beginning of the parade this time around, we will probably begin walking around 10:15 a.m. and should be done by 11:15 a.m.
If you think about it, that’s really not that much time to devote to the cause of LIFE next Saturday morning. I hope to see many people there. The parades are always a fun and a positive pro-life outreach to our local community. By the way, feel free to get creative with a Christmas theme in regard to your dress – wear bells. There’s only one catch: No one is allowed to dress up in the full Santa suit as that’s reserved for the city’s own Santa who will be in attendance in the last unit of the parade.
Right to Life of Michigan has created “Who’s That Senator?” – Episode 1.
It’s not a game! Senator Stabenow’s votes put innocent lives in jeopardy!
Please share with friends and family members.
Michigan Nurses For Life
Saturday, October 7, 2017 – 8:00 AM – 12:30 PM
St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital
Franco Auditorium, 44405 Woodward Ave., Pontiac, Michigan 48341
Presented by Michigan Nurses for Life in cooperation with Educational Center for Life.
THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME!
“The purpose of Michigan Nurses for Life is
- to raise the consciousness of the nursing profession to protect all human life from conception until natural death.
- To form an educated core of nurses who can speak for their profession by acting as a community resource for life issues.
- To promote public education and awareness about life issues on both ends of the spectrum, from abortion to euthanasia.
- To uphold and defend human life in all stages and conditions of development.
The purpose and objectives of this half-day conference will increase the participant’s knowledge of the history, legal status and current implementation of physician assisted suicide in the U.S., the role of conscience rights for nurses and health care workers and the importance of having a durable power of attorney for health care (DPOA_H).”
Nancy Valko, RN. Nancy is an Advanced Legal Nurse Consultant and has over forty years of nursing experience. She has served on medical ethics committees, appeared on many radio and TV shows and has written on these topics.
Jason Negri, JD. Assistant Director of the Patients Rights Council, speaks nationally on the practical and ethical aspects of end-of-life issues and provides training to those seeking to improve their ability to effectively communicate these issues.
8:00 AM – Registration/Breakfast
8:30 AM – Welcome
8:45 – 10:00 AM – “Death, Doctors and Dilemmas” – Nancy Valko
10:00 AM – Break
10:15 AM 11:30 AM – “Advanced Directives: Protecting Yourself and Your Loved Ones” – Jason Negri
1130 AM – Break
11:45 AM – 12:30 PM – Speakers: Questions & Answers
12:30 PM – Closing Remarks/Evaluations
Remit your name, address, City, State, Zip, Phone, and e-mail to:
Michigan Nurses for Life, 1637 W. Big Beaver Rd., Suite G, Troy, Michigan 48084 (248) 816-8489 or register online at endoflifedecisions.eventbrite.com or make check payable to Michigan Nurses for Life. MUST REGISTER BY September 29, 2017!
Nurses: $25.00 – General Public $20.00 – Students $15.00. Includes Information Packet & Continental Breakfast. A Certificate of Attendance for 3.25 hours will be awarded to nurses.
Twitter’s ad suppression “was about the entirety of our message, from ultrasound images of life in the womb to criticism of abortion facilities.”