Lord God, I thank you today for the gift of my life, and for the lives of all my brothers and sisters. I know there is nothing that destroys more life than abortion, yet I rejoice that you have conquered death by the Resurrection of Your Son. I am ready to do my part in ending abortion. Today, I commit myself never to be silent, never to be passive, never to be forgetful of the unborn. I commit myself to be active in the pro-life movement, and never to stop defending life until all my brothers and sisters are protected, and our nation once again becomes a nation with liberty and justice not just for some, but for all, through Christ our Lord. Amen!

-Fr. Frank Pavone



By Servant of God – Fr. John A. Hardon, SJ
LORD JESUS CHRIST, you told us to give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and to God what belongs to God. Enlighten the minds of our people in America. May we choose a President of the United States, and other government officials, according to your Divine will. Give our citizens the courage to choose leaders of our nation who respect the sanctity of unborn human life, the sanctity of marriage, the sanctity of marital relations, the sanctity of family, and the sanctity of aging. Grant us the wisdom to give You, what belongs to You, our God. If we do this, as a nation, we are confident You will give us an abundance of Your blessings through our elected leaders. Amen



Sunday, October 2, 2016

2:00 – 3:30 p.m.


FORT STREET – Lincoln Park, Southgate, Wyandotte, Riverview

TELEGRAPH – Monroe, Brownstown, Taylor, Dearborn and Dearborn Heights

GIBRALTAR ROAD – between Fort Street and Allen in BROWNSTOWN

  • Stand up for LIFE from the moment of conception to the last natural breath
  • We are  lawful, prayerful, quiet witnesses for LIFE
  • Bring your whole family!  Be a light in a darkened world and help end abortion!
  • Come with your church group or come on your own.  Signs will be provided.
  • Signs available on FORT Street near Southfield, Champaign, Northline, Vinewood, Eureka, and Pennsylvania
  • Signs available on TELEGRAPH near King Road, Superior, Northline, Wick, Annapolis & Cherry Hill.




For contact information and more locations, see:

Following the LIFE CHAIN there will be an Open House at

Right to Life of Michigan Resource Center

2010 Eureka Rd., Wyandotte, MI 48192

(734) 282-6100

National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Babies, Saturday, Sept. 10th.


Dear Defenders of Life–

I hope all of you will mark your calendars and make every effort to participate in this year’s National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Babies, Saturday, Sept. 10th. There will be 4 memorial services at the very grave sites of unborn children killed by abortion here in Michigan as part of this national event. In addition, there will be, thus far, 2 services at memorial markers for the victims of abortion– SEE BELOW.  

All grave sites and memorial markers in Michigan are listed at:    Scroll down to Michigan.


The memorial services at graves for aborted babies buried in Michigan will occur at the following burial sites:

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery—Infant Section  11 am

25800 W. 10 Mile Rd., Southfield, MI  48034
Special Guest: Father Michael Suhy
(The aborted babies buried at Holy Sepulchre were killed at the Woman Care Clinic, Lathrup Village, MI, February and March 2008)

Assumption Grotto Parish Cemetery    2:30 p.m.

13770 Gratiot Avenue, Detroit, MI  48205
(The aborted Babies buried at Assumption Grotto were killed at Trimester II and Women’s Advisory abortion Centers) We will carpool from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in Wyandotte to Assumption Grotto to attend the Remembrance Service.  We will depart at 1:30 pm.  Please invite others to join us.

White Chapel Cemetery    1:00 p.m.

621 W.  Long Lake Rd., Troy, MI 48098

(The babies buried here were found tossed in an alley near an abortion clinic in Oakland County)

Saint Joseph Cemetery   11:00 a.m.

2520 West Willow Street
Lansing, MI 48917
(The babies buried at Saint Joseph’s Cemetery were killed in Lansing at Woman Care abortion clinic in1989, buried Jan 21 of that year, 47 babies–and second grave is of babies killed January 2010 at the Women’s Choice abortion clinic, 17 babies, buried Nov. 20, 2010.)

Upcoming Guadalupe Workers Monthly Meeting with the Girls that Chose Life!

St. Leo Roman Catholic Church - Detroit

St. Leo Roman Catholic Church

Dear Friends,

I am hoping that you all would be willing and able to help us in our next Speaker Event at St. Leo’s.  It will take place on Saturday May 21st, at 1:00 pm, at 4860 15th St., Detroit, MI
(313) 894-0357.

Our Speaker is Sr. Anne Shields and I hope we can get as many mothers as possible to come. It would be so great for them, and along with a speaker, we give the girls baby supplies and food.  It is a fun filled day for the mother’s and their babies and gives us the opportunity to see how they’re doing. Sr. Ann Shields is on radio daily.

If you are currently in contact with a mother, please invite them. Tell them that this is a great speaker. Let me know if they are coming, and please let me know if you can help us that day. You can contact us at:

Below is a video of Sister Anne Shields:

If you would like to listen to daily podcasts of Sr. Anne Shields, please go to the following link, where you will find an archive of each program.




10th Annual Building Bridges to a Culture of Life Prolife Youth Conference


Saturday April 9th ~ Mercy High School, Noon to 7:00pm ~ Concert 7-9:30pm

  • $20 – Includes dinner, concert and tee shirt
  • $15 Groups in advance ~ $10 Concert only

Planned for the youth by the youth the conference goal is to inspire and equip youth to be leaders for the Culture of Life, and to be instruments of God’s Mercy during this Jubilee Year of Mercy.

“Let us open our eyes and see the wounds of our brothers and sisters who are denied their dignity, and let us recognize that we are compelled to heed their cry for help.” – Pope Francis.

The conference features:

  • Dynamic and motivating keynote speakers
  • Breakout sessions on variety of LIFE topics
  • Personal testimonies of God’s unconditional love and mercy
  • Adoration and Confession throughout the day
  • Vigil Mass celebrated by Father Ryan Adams
  • Catered dinner and exhibits
  • DJ concert, dancing and refreshments

Don’t miss out! …Register today at:

“We hope to express to our peers the value and dignity of every human life …regardless of the circumstances of conception, age, gender or health, every person deserves to experience the enduring love of God”.

– Neal McCaffrey, Conference co-chair, Brother Rice Senior (Archdiocese of Detroit)


12:00 Registration & Visit Vendor Booths Adoration in chapel. Confession in lobby.
12:45 Opening Remarks with Student Co-Chairs Neal McCaffrey and Holly McGrath
Open the Eyes of my Heart Lord performed by Christopher Duffley
1:00-1:40 Keynote: Love Found Me Brice and Zoe Griffin
1:45-2:00 Keynote: ProLife—No Exceptions, No Compromise! Rebecca Kiessling
2:00-2:10 Trading my Sorrows Christopher Duffley
Choose 2 Breakout Sessions as presenters give us a 20 second highlight of their talk.
2:15-2:25 Visit Vendors and head to your 1st Breakout location.
2:25-3:00 Breakout Choice 1
1.  Patrick and Christina Jacobeen, Understanding the Church’s teaching on Same-Sex attraction: Looking at same sex attraction, the Church’s wisdom on marriage, and the call that we all have to Love.
2.  Brice and Zoe Griffin, Love Speaks Up: When your friends are pro-life warriors life is never dull. Mother and daughter Zoe,  share their adventures from Africa to Washington and ways to be a young pro-life witness.
3. Drama Rebecca Kiessling, Conceived in Rape, from Worthless to Priceless: Let Rebecca and her young children help put a face to those who Jesus would call the “least of these,” the so-called “hard cases” of rape, incest and special needs.
4. Beverly Dixon, Love on the Move: When a mobile ultrasound unit searches out Detroit women considering abortion no day is typical as God’s mercy, love and hope is extended.
5. Christine and Christopher Duffley, Saying Yes to God: Born prematurely, Christopher, now 14, through his musical talents, his joy for life, and his ‘yes’ in serving God, although blind, opens our eyes to Jesus.
6. Adam Trufant, Blue Jean Saints: issues an invitation to follow Pope Francis’ lead in living the joy of the Gospel in our beautiful and wild world!
7. Leyandria Murray, She Chose Life: Thank God her teen mom walked out of an abortion clinic and saved Leyandria’s life!  Support and resources for young, single mothers and their children is real women’s health care.
8. Christen Pollo and Panel, Apologetics in Action: How to Respond in Love: Learn how to talk about abortion effectively, lovingly, and in a way that is proven to change hearts. Discuss 3 of the most common pro-choice arguments.
9. Shane Dabney, Abortion and the Moral Act, Theology teacher gives criteria to understand moral acts applied to the concrete reality of abortion. Objections to pro-life arguments, ideas of personhood, free agency and sin will be examined. (High School)
10. Don DesNoyers, From Crisis to Hope, Chaplain at Common Ground raises awareness of mental health care. Remove the stigma that prevents us from asking for help. Information on suicide crisis text and chat lines—resources to hope. (High School)
11.Tracey Fish, What is Life? PA at Crossroads Pregnancy Center shows miracle and stages of pregnancy with data for the developing fetus through amazing pictures on the big screen. Help answer questions about when Life begins in the womb.
3:05-3:40 Breakout Choice 2 Confessions available. Adoration in chapel.
10 min. Vendor & Snack Break. Head to chastity presenters.
High School in Auditorium. Middle school in Drama Room.
3:50-4:40 Let God Plan your Love Story, Patrick and Christina Jacobeen —Auditorium
What Can I do when my Good isn’t good enough? Jeanne Marie Lampertius
Relationship: A Circle of Unconditional Love, Danielle Center and Adam Trufant (Middle school students — Drama Room)  On the joy of living life knowing our dignity and worth in Christ. You are fully loved and called to love!
4:45 Closing Remarks and Stretch
5:00 Praise and Worship led by Adam Trufant / Benediction — Auditorium
5:30 Sunday Vigil Mass
6:30 Dinner — Cafeteria
7:00-9:30 Live Band Veracity followed by DJ Dance (Epic Events)— Gym

Please bring a new baby item to share mercy and love with moms in need.

Steve Karlen to Speak at 40 Days For Life Ann Arbor Midpoint Rally, Saturday, February 27th at 3:00 pm!



STEVE KARLEN, Director of North American Outreach, for 40 Days for Life will be flying in from Wisconsin, to speak at our Midpoint Rally, on Saturday, February 27, at 3 pm outside of Planned Parenthood, 3100 Professional Drive in Ann Arbor.

Please join us and hear his inspiring message! Steve has always been pro-life, but, like many people, he never really did anything about it. All of that changed when his wife found out that a friend was pregnant and planning to have an abortion. Steve and his wife rushed to her aid—an experience that moved them so deeply that they got involved in the pro-life movement by volunteering for their local 40 Days for Life effort. Just months later, Steve found himself at the center of a nationwide controversy as he helped lead an effort to prevent the University of Wisconsin from opening a late-term abortion center. Steve responded courageously, working through the media and organizing thousands of volunteers. 

Steve went on to incorporate a local pro-life organization and was then quickly asked to serve as a leader on the state, national, then international level. Steve has shared his message in 35 states, Washington, DC, four Canadian provinces, and Mexico City.   He and his work have been featured on American Family Radio, EWTN, the Christian Broadcasting Network, NBC, CBS and Fox affiliates, as well as numerous newspapers and radio stations.  Steve lives in Madison, Wisconsin with his wife Laura and his children, Peter, John Paul, and Teresa.

For info, please go to   More info: Sandie Weathers at 734-657-1936. or