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Month: January 2011

King for America Hosts Silent No More Awareness Event For Black History Month

King for America Hosts Silent No More Awareness Event For Black History Month

King for America: E.M.B.R.A.C.E. Life will host a book signing for Silent No More Awareness Regional Coordinator LaKisha Chapman‘s book, “Mommy Let Me Live in Atlanta on February 25 this month Believers’ Bible Christian Church, 3693 Campbellton Road, Atlanta, GA 30331 at 7:00 PM EST. This event is part of the King for America Black History Celebration.

Any study that pretends that to destroy ones baby is normal and psychologically, emotionally and spiritually free of any negative consequences is rubbish.

Any study that pretends that to destroy ones baby is normal and psychologically, emotionally and spiritually free of any negative consequences is rubbish.

Dr. Theresa Burke, Founder and Executive Director of Rachel’s Vineyard and Pastoral Associate for Priests for Life. Below are comments made by her regarding the Danish study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. A person’s immediate emotional response to a traumatic event does not solely determine whether or not that person will suffer the symptoms of trauma. A considerable period of time may intervene between the trauma-causing event and the traumatic reaction. For example, imagine a new terrorist…

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Latest Study on Abortion and Mental Health Minimizes Womens Trauma Say Silent No More Leaders

Latest Study on Abortion and Mental Health Minimizes Womens Trauma Say Silent No More Leaders

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 27, 2011 Contacts: Daniel Matejek 888-735-3448, ext. 251 Georgette Forney 412-398-7885 Staten Island, NY – Leaders of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, the world’s largest network of individuals harmed by abortion, today slammed a new Danish study published in the New England Journal of Medicine that purports to show that abortion does not increase the risk of subsequent mental health problems. “This so-called study doesn’t consider women who have emotional or mental health problems after…

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Philadelphia Abortion Story and New York Abortion Statistics Are Not An Anomaly.

Philadelphia Abortion Story and New York Abortion Statistics Are Not An Anomaly.

Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s Philadelphia abortion arrest story is shocking. The New York abortion statistics that 39%-41% of all pregnancies in New York end in abortion are horrendous. The onslaught to close life nurturing pregnancy care center in New York, Washington State and across the nation is scandalous. Friends, these abortion nightmares are not exceptions to the gruesome abortion saga in America. They are part of the norm. For years we in the Pro-Life Movement have been sounding the alarm, but…

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Pro-Lifers Are Taking Back The Airwaves From The Prince Of The Power Of The Air

Pro-Lifers Are Taking Back The Airwaves From The Prince Of The Power Of The Air

At the Walk for Life West Coast, there were so many walkers that the opposition to the Pro-Life Walk said, “They’re so strong that there’s no airspace.” The number of attendees even surpassed the expectation of the organizer and the San Francisco Police said, “the 2001 Walk was the largest ever.” The March for Life in Washington, DC is estimated to having nearly 300,000 attendees, many of them youth and young adults. The streets of DC were closed for hours…

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Mr. Santorum: Leaders of the Black Prolife Movement Agree that too Many Black Babies are Aborted

Mr. Santorum: Leaders of the Black Prolife Movement Agree that too Many Black Babies are Aborted

On the morning after the Rick Santorum, Al Sharpton abortion debate, many in the prolife community are stunned that a leading figure in the black community so cavalierly dismissed the charges Santorum brought against the abortion industry. “It was inconceivable for blacks in America to believe that slaves were not stolen from Africa but were sold and freely delivered to the slave traders by other Africans. It is just as inconceivable that blacks today continue in that same spirit of…

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Celebration Banquet Fundraiser 2011

Celebration Banquet Fundraiser 2011

The Gainesville Care Center in Gainesville, GA is holding a fundraiser dinner on March 17, 2011 at 6:45 PM at the First Baptist Church Banquet Hall. So why am I bringing this up? Well, it’s because of the Keynote speaker, Kelly Wright. Kelly Wright is the co-anchor of Fox News Channel’s “FOX and Friends Weekend.” And why is this such exciting news that I should be blogging about it? It’s important because of his testimony, his pro-life testimony, his testimony…

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Fr. Pavone Announces Healing Effort for Former Abortion Providers

Fr. Pavone Announces Healing Effort for Former Abortion Providers

Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, issued today a new invitation to former abortionists and a new action item for pro-life activists. “With attention during these days on the gruesome activities of practicing abortionists and the conversion of former abortionists, it is important to renew the urgent invitation to reconciliation and healing that mark the ministry of the Church and the pro-life movement,” Fr. Pavone said. “For the last two decades, Priests for Life has reached out…

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The Beloved Community and the Unborn

The Beloved Community and the Unborn

As our nation pauses to recommit itself to fulfilling the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we invite our fellow citizens to reflect on how that dream touches every human life. Dr. King taught that justice and equality need to be as wide-reaching as humanity itself. Nobody can be excluded from the Beloved Community. He taught that “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” In his 1967 Christmas sermon, he pointed out the foundation of this vision: “The…

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