Today, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed two pro-life bills that will help further de-fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business in the Badger State aft
ABORTION: TERMINATING – GOD’S CREATION – Panel Discussion Series
Research one of the issues below and make a 5-7 minute prolife presentation to a panel of judges.
4. EMBRYONIC STEM CELL RESEARCH/HUMAN CLONING
Downriver Affiliates Prizes – 1st Place $125 – 2nd Place $75 – 3rd Place $50
State Prizes – $500 – $300 – $200
National Prizes – $1,000 – $750 – $500 – $250
The contest is open to ALL PRO-LIFE MICHIGAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. The state contest for local winners will be on May 14, 2016 in the Lansing area. Contact your local coordinator for local contest details. Organized by local Right to Life affiliates, Right to Life of Michigan Educational Fund and the National Right to Life Committee. If you don’t know who your local affiliate is, please contact (616) 532-2300.
Affiliate Contest : Downriver Affiliates (Dearborn Area, Central Wayne County, Southern Downriver, Upper Downriver)
Local Coordinator: Pam Munroe
Local Contest Date: March 5, 2016 (Southgate Veterans Memorial Library)
Volunteers to show up by 11:00 AM
Participants to show up by 11:30 AM
Contest to start at Noon
Entry Deadline: March 3, 2016
Phone: (734) 282-6100 or (734) 288-8798 or (734) 782-2693
Even if you do not have a high school participant, please come out to support and encourage these wonderful and talented students. Free of charge.
40 DFL Ann Arbor Excited to Announce that Cecelia Tombelli Will be the Keynote Speaker at Our Jericho March and Kickoff Rally to be Held, Sun. Feb. 7th!
Please join your neighbors on Sunday, February 7th, at 2:00 pm for the 40 Days For Life Ann Arbor, Jericho March and Kickoff Rally beginning and ending at Planned Parenthood, 3100 Professional Dr in Ann Arbor.
Everyone is invited to join us in an Interfaith Expression of Spiritual Warfare, as we complete a one mile lap around the triangular block that surrounds Planned Parenthood with prayer and singing. Cecelia Tombelli, coordinator of the New Life Center – Project Rachel in Lansing, will be our keynote speaker. After closing down what was Lansing’s last free-standing surgical abortion clinic, the New Life Center began hosting post-abortion recovery classes to help heal the wounds and invite women to let go of their depression, anger, shame, self-reproach and guilt caused by the decision to abort.
In this Year of Mercy, Cecilia’s message will be vitally important. Each Sunday during the campaign we will complete another lap of the Jericho March, concluding Palm Sunday, March 20th, We don’t expect the physical walls of the building to crumble, but we do expect the spiritual walls to continue to crumble, so that Planned Parenthood’s chambers will no longer be used to destroy children, so that workers and mothers and fathers and children and families and communities and our nation can be freed from their deadly influence.
Come join us, as we speak up for those, who cannot speak for themselves. For more information, contact the Ann Arbor campaign director, Sandie Weathers at 734-657-1936 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.40daysforlife.com/annarbor.
President Barack Obama was quick to bring up religious freedom on Wednesday during his first visit to a mosque as president and again Thursday morning during hi
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Christmas cards were sold featuring the winning entries from the third annual Christmas card design art contest sponsored by Upper Downriver Right to Life. The first place winner in the high school age group was Katelyn Lesko, a ninth grader at Roosevelt High School and a member of Our Lady of the Scapular parish. She received a $100 check and 10 Christmas cards of her design. The second place winner was Anastasia Evich, a home-schooled ninth grader who received 10 cards made with her design. The winner in the 5-8 category was Maya Mehall (see picture below), a seventh grader from John Paul II Catholic School in Lincoln Park. She received a $50 check.
Second place was awarded to Heliena Layton, a 5th grader from St. Pius Parish in Southgate. Each first and second place winner received 10 Christmas cards made from their art work. All of the winning art designs incorporated the nativity story of the birth of Jesus in a unique manner.
Katelyn Lesko explained that she had learned in the art class that a smiling Madonna could express the joyous and serene moments with her newborn son. She was ready to compose her entry on a day with no school. After gathering her art paper, pencils and pastels, she noticed a picture on the dresser of her grandmother holding her newborn granddaughter only months before she died. It was a wonderful image of the precious beginning and end of life. The composition of that photograph became the Virgin Mary holding the baby Jesus with his tiny fingers wrapped around the finger of His mother.
Thursday, January 21,2016 from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM at St. Frances Cabrini Church, 9000 Laurence Avenue, Allen Park, MI.
All are invited and encouraged to attend. We join together to pray for the unborn and for return of the respect and commitment to the Sanctity of Life in our society.
The Holy Hour will include:
Recitation of a Scriptural Rosary for the Sanctity of Life
Scripture Reading & Homily by Rev. Mr. Luis Flores
Social to follow.
“It’s a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish…every human being comes from the hand of God, and we all know something of God’s love for us.” “Each one of them is Jesus in disguise. Each one of us is what he is in the eyes of God.” – Blessed Mother Theresa