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Month: December 2016

Join me for the National Prayer Service on January 27 in Washington, DC

Join me for the National Prayer Service on January 27 in Washington, DC

Dear Friends and Colleagues, As I wish you a Happy New Year, please take a moment to consider a special invitation. Please join me in Washington, DC on Friday, January 27 for the National Memorial for the Pre-Born and Their Mothers and Fathers to be held from 8:30-10:30 am at DAR Constitution Hall, 1776 D St., NW (18th and D St). This will be a powerful time of prayer, praise and worship and is always a time of inspiration and…

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WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS

WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS

Civil Rights for the Unborn wants to wish a very Merry Christmas to all our friends and supporters! Please enjoy the holidays and let’s remember to pray for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all people from the womb to the tomb as we celebrate Christmas and look forward to a Happy and Prosperous New Year! “For God so loved the world that he sent his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish…

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Let’s Say “Merry Christmas” Again!

Let’s Say “Merry Christmas” Again!

Friends, just after Thanksgiving, my good friend Dr. Day Gardner called me and said: “We need to say Merry Christmas again.” I totally agreed. We quickly called our partners in Christ Rev. Dean Nelson and Rev. Walter Hoye to get the ball rolling and Christmas Bells ringing. The Movement has legs now. LET’S SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS AGAIN! Together we, Day, Alveda, Dean and Walter are promoting the letter Walter has written below to Pastors. Join us as we celebrate Christmas…

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Dioceses of Spokane and Yakima Host Rachel’s Vineyard Training in Washington State

Dioceses of Spokane and Yakima Host Rachel’s Vineyard Training in Washington State

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: December 6, 2016 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 Dr. Theresa Burke, founder of Rachel’s Vineyard, the largest ministry devoted to healing after abortion, just returned from Washington State, where she led a training for clergy. Three dioceses were represented – Spokane and Yakima in Washington and a diocese in Nigeria. A total of 66 people attended the training in Wenatchee, WA, including 24 clergymen, four deacons’ wives and Sister Mary Rosanna Emenusiobi from Nigeria. She works full…

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December Shockwaves Focuses on Healing Available to Everyone Impacted by Abortion

December Shockwaves Focuses on Healing Available to Everyone Impacted by Abortion

Healing the Shockwaves of Abortion, an initiative to raise awareness of the various groups of people impacted by the loss of a child to abortion, in December calls on all priests, pastors and clergy members to preach about the healing power of the Lord in this season of Advent. “December, and the Advent season, lead us to cry out, “Come, Lord Jesus!” Aware as we are of the many wounds abortion brings, we are more deeply aware of our need…

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The Greater Good, a Dream Unfolds

The Greater Good, a Dream Unfolds

Dr. Ben Carson has accepted what turns out to be another unconventional cabinet position offer from President-elect Donald Trump; that of HUD Secretary. Dr. Carson wants to “make a significant contribution particularly by strengthening communities that are in need.” He has said: “We have much work to do in enhancing every aspect of our nation and ensuring that our nation’s housing needs are met.” In light of all of this, I’m still watching, thinking and praying… At age 65 I’ve…

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Priests for Life Asks Court to Wait Until After Inauguration for Action on #HHSMandate Case

Priests for Life Asks Court to Wait Until After Inauguration for Action on #HHSMandate Case

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2016 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 or media@priestsforlife.org Priests for Life, one of the first of scores of organizations and ministries to launch a federal challenge against the HHS Mandate, announced today that status reports were filed yesterday in the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Both the government and the plaintiffs urged the court to delay any further action on the case for another ninety days, that is, until well after…

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