REHUMANZIE FOUNDER KICKS OFF BOOK TOUR; NEEDS HELP

The following is an email from Aimee Murphy, the founder of Rehumanize International. To learn about this pro-human organization, visit here.

I can hardly believe that I leave in less than 36 hours to begin my 90-day, nationwide book tour for my debut solo book, Rehumanize: A Vision to Secure Human Rights for All!  Knowing that “all politics is local,” as part of our ongoing outreach, I’ll be traveling to 40+ cities, giving low/no-cost lectures to community groups, schools, churches, and more to share this all-too-necessary message of human rights for all human beings to integrate this vital ethos and rehumanizing work into your local communities.

My first week has back-to-back-to-back events: Detroit on Tuesday 8/23, then South Bend on Wednesday 8/24, Chicago on Thursday 8/25, Madison (WI) on Friday 8/26, and Omaha on Saturday 8/27. After that, we’ll hit up Denver, Salt Lake City, Helena (MT), Seattle, Reno, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Topeka, and St. Louis. (Stay tuned for more details on those events in the coming weeks, friends!) I hope if you live near any of these cities, you’ll join me for some excellent events where we crack the spine on my book and talk about this vital message of our shared, inherent human dignity—no matter the circumstance!

Help jumpstart my 13,400-mile BOOK TOUR!

Donate Today:

It will be a grueling 3+ months on the road, and I need your help to cover gas, some meals, and some other travel expenses. We still have $3,000 left to raise!

If you’d like to specifically help with gas or groceries to keep us moving and fed healthy meals, you can also donate gift cards for nationwide gas or grocery chains!

Oh, and if you want to meet up along the tour, check out my slated schedule and send me a message: aimee@rehumanizeintl.org.

Thank you so much for following and supporting our work to create a more peaceful world, where every human is respected, valued, and protected. I’m so grateful for your support and friendship.

For peace and life,

Aimee Murphy

Founder, Rehumanize International

JULY TO-DO LIST

We’re halfway through 2022. We have so much to celebrate, especially the recent ruling from the Supreme Court.

Now, that we will navigate the first full month in a post-Roe society, there is much work that needs to be done to build a culture of life. There is no victory lap.

Summer is upon us, yet we still must be present outside of abortion facilities, pregnancy resource centers (with the threat of the summer of rage from the pro-aborts), and even those from all walks of life

  1. Take part in prayer vigils near you
  2. Contact your priest and request a Mass be celebrated in thanksgiving for the reversal of Roe v Wade
  3. Donate to Crisis Pregnancy Center
  4. Brush up on pro-life apologetics
  5. Write op-eds for your paper
  6. Continue to recruit new people to join your respect life group at your church
  7. Help the elderly without air-conditioning or alone
  8. Host a BBQ/Shower for moms who courageously chose life but need help.
  9. When traveling, take part in a prayer vigil at the city of your destination

Make this your summer of service for the needy and marginalized.

WHO MURDERS MORE PEOPLE DAILY? NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OR PLANNED PARENTHOOD?

Photo courtesy of Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Another tragedy has happened. Many of us are saddened by the events in Uvalde, TX this week. Twenty-one precious lives were killed by a disturbed transgender individual who has had a history of mental health issues. It is sad like many mass shootings in the last three decades. Like the ones in the past, the pro-abortion show their hypocrisy when they pretend they care about human life. They use this tragedy to pretend who should’ve lived and who should’ve died. Meanwhile, the silent screams of thousands of unborn children have fallen upon their death ears. Hypocrites.

This brings up the question: Who is responsible? Does the National Rifle Association kill people?

The answer is most definitely no. NRA accounts for zero of the casualties in either a mass shooting or the homicide rates in major US cities.

Members of Let Them Live stand outside of Planned Parenthood. May 2019

Sadly, Planned Parenthood ends the lives of 2,364 babies a day. It rounds to a total of more than a million. Since the Roe v Wade decision, 63 million lives have been lost. The media has turned a deaf ear and a blind eye to this daily tragedy.

People kill people. Guns don’t kill people.

Let us speak up for life from womb to tomb and be consistent in our concerns over all acts of violence.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD ESCORT RUNNING FOR STATE HOUSE; CONFLICT OF INTEREST?

If the movie, “Manchurian Candidate” could be any closer to reality, we are about to see one unfold in candidate Jonathan Lovitz. Like many running for office and getting endorsements from the largest abortion chain worldwide, Planned PArenthood is stacking their house of cards on all levels as we draw closer to the 2022 midterm cycle on all election levels. Here in Pennsylvania, it will be no different.

Lovitz, a candidate for the 182nd State District, is running in the 2022 midterm primary to most likely accept the baton from Brian Sims. By now, many have seen Sims true colors when he berated, doxxed, and harassed pro-life women who peacefully demonstrated outside of Planned Parenthood.

Now, Lovitz is a conflict of interest. The photo of him wearing the pride vest at 12th and Locust Planned Parenthood in the heart of Philadelphia really shows where he stands on the issue. Lovitz is married to NBC 10 meteorologist Steve Sousna.

Recently, Lovitz received a survey from a pro-life group. Did he complete it? He shares his opinion on Twitter below. He even recorded peaceful pro-lifers outside of the same facility he volunteers and posted it on his political Instagram account.

Indeed, Lovitz is creating conflict by helping Planned Parenthood as an escort while running a political campaign that clearly states where he stands while deceiving Democratic voters who seek a pro-life candidate to challenge the status quo of the party, and many far-left wok agendas. He must be stopped and held accountable.

MARCH 2022 TO DO LIST

Happy March.

Soon, we will spring into spring with warmer weather, spring cleaning, and along the way embark on our Lenten journey as it begins on March 2nd. Remember to abstain from meat during all Fridays of Lent including Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.

Here are things you can do this month to promote life

  1. Arrange for a baby bottle drive to support pregnancy resource centers
  2. Sign up for an hour or so outside of abortion facilities during the 40 Days campaign. Bring a friend or two with you. Bribe them with food or coffee if needed.
  3. Donate diapers and other maternity needs to mothers in need
  4. Offer a Holy Hour for those involved with abortion
  5. First Friday and Saturday devotions.
  6. Write letters to the editors containing your pro-life message
  7. March with Philly Pro-Lifers in the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 13th. Learn more here.
  8. Take part in the 2nd Annual Philadelphia March for Life.
  9. Attend the opening Mass for 40 Days for Life on March 5th at Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral. Mass is 5:15 PM
  10. Attend any 40 Days for Life opening, mid, or closing rallies in your community.

GOING TO THE MARCH FOR LIFE? KEEP IN MIND THE HOMELESS

By now, we are all tired of hearing that pro-lifers only “care about pregnant women” or “they’re just pro-birth”.

There’s always an opportunity to prove them wrong while making their heads spin.

Here’s a list of things to take with you and while in DC when encountering the homeless

  1. Pray for them
  2. Toiletries
  3. warm clothes
  4. gift cards to restaurants
  5. Buy an extra meal for take out and give it to homeless near you
  6. Help them get access to nearby homeless shelter

What Can A Beloved Christmas Classic Teach Us About Life?

As everyone is celebrating Christmas liturgically, I manage to do something that others have already done and that is to watch “It’s a Wonderful Life”. This may offend my mom since she was never fond of the movie, but that is okay.

Now, in its 75th year, the movie has time and time again made a central point about the message of life.

“Strange, isn’t it? Each man’s life touches so many other lives. When he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?” Clarence

In the movie, George Bailey hits a breaking point asking that he was never been born. When an angel named Clarence comes to intervene, Geroge discovers what life is when he is not around. As George watches all of the things he accomplished during his life, he sees the dark and tragic alternative when he never existed. One pivotal moment is the dream home him and his wife would live in and grow a life together as he revisits that same house that is deserted and abandoned. Another is the gravesite of his brother Harry who in his reality won the Medal of Honor for saving countless lives in the Pacific Theater of Wolrd wear II. Geroge saved his brother from drowning when they were boys.

Clarence ensures George that he has lived a wonderful life and that he must continue to live it despite his failures.

“Remember, George: no man is a failure who has friends.” Clarence

In the end, life is worth living and there is so much it can teach us. Never take it for granted.

While the film flopped during its initial release in 1946, the movie still has pivotal moment that all life is precious.

In the end, Clarence delivers a hand-written message to George after being sparred from a suicide attempt to

Pro-Lifers Counter “Women’s March” Nationwide

September has been a tumultuous month for the debate on abortion. It all began with the Texas heartbeat taking effect on September 1st. Even the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the law citing the 10th amendment.

Later, a radical bill was passed by the House of Representatives that would reverse all pro-life laws passed on state level making abortion federal law.

As the potential of Roe v Wade case being reversed by the Supreme Court, with a hearing and arguments taking place in DC on December 1st, the flop of an event called “Women’s March took place in several cities across the United States on Saturday, October 2nd.

As always, college students and young adults assembled to counter the event. Here are some takeaways from several who were on the frontlines.

Grace Rykaczewski- Washington, DC

Students for Life had a strong showing in DC. Grace was one of the student activists present. She shared three takeaways:

  1. There was a shocking amount of aggression from pro abortion men towards pro-life women at a “WOMEN’S MARCH”. Ironic. I witnessed a man trying to grab a bull horn out of a young pro-life woman’s hands.
  2. They didn’t really call it the women’s march this year, they called it the rally for Abortion Justice which is so fitting because it has never been a “Women’s March” it’s always been a pro-abortion March. Since the very first one pro-life organizations, even pro-life feminist organizations were disinvited from the March. How can it be a women’s March if they disinvite half of women??
  3. It’s terrible that the women’s march completely ignores all other women’s issues. We didn’t see a single sign about women in Afghanistan, women being raped or the wage gap. Nothing. All abortion related signs and shirts.
  4. they held a prayer rally… the pro-aborts. Idk who they thought they were praying to but not my God…

Titus Folks

The big thing Titus witnessed while in Indianapolis is how the pro-aborts were not open to dialogue or understanding a view that is opposite to them. Him and along with seven high schools and colleges were at hand. Despite the wet weather and losing their voices from chanting, they were all present to give a voice to the voiceless.

For Mallory Finch of Charlotte, NC she was disappointed that these women have believed the lie being sold by our culture. The women of the Women’s March have boiled women’s rights down to abortion. They rebranded the Women’s March to be the Abortion Justice.

After talking to a few of the women (that actually had conversations and weren’t just yelling in my face) many of them really weren’t educated. Many of these women don’t know what abortion really is. Also many of these women aren’t aware of the other many things we do as prolifers. Some of the women were shocked when we started talking about Pregnancy Help Centers and our petitions for Paid Family Leave for Moms and Dads.

For Anna Gidish, President and Foundress of Lehigh Valley Pro-Life Future, she uses the opportunity to help pregnant women receive access to abortion alternatives. She shares:

“One woman stopped us before all the Women’s March protesters got there. (We decided to get there early and take their spot!) She angrily asked Maria and Olivia, if you have time to protest, why don’t you spend time giving real resources to women. Her tune changed after Maria and Olivia actually discussed Standing With You and our local pregnancy center. She was 5 months pregnant and her baby’s father just walked out on them recently. Maria was able to offer a blessing bag she had in her car from when she was outside Planned Parenthood the day before. The woman was so grateful for the resources. Whether she already intended to choose life before or not… I am not sure, BUT she did say that she believes it is in “providence” that she does choose life for her child! Another woman walked by and said she liked what we were doing during the counter-protest. I ran up to her and talked to her about the resources we offer in the community. She told me she was pregnant and the father wanted her to have an abortion. She said she didn’t want an abortion, though. I checked with her to see what she needed. She said she would reach out via Standing With You, if she needs help!”

Theses were just the many testimonies from the now of the pro-life movement. Some have diverse backgrounds, yet they have one goal: make abortion unthinkable because it hurts women.

To view photo galleries from Saturday’s counter demonstration around the country, click here

#SAVEHYDE RALLY IN PHILADELPHIA

As pro-lifers fight to Save the Hyde Amendment, Students for Life of America and Democrats for Life will tag team to hold rallies across the nation to convince elected officials to incline the life saving amendment in the new fiscal budget.

This Friday, July 9th, a rally will be held outside of Rep. Brendan Boyle’s office in Rhawnhurst section of Philadelphia. Rally begins at 11:00 am.

To rsvp for the event, visit here.

Pennsylvania: What Have You Done?

After days of waiting, checking our screens, launching conspiracy theories that flooded our newsfeed, having our posts fact checked by Czar Zuckenberg, and even videos being censored by big tech, Joe Biden is elected the 46th President of the United States. Is it over? No

How can we allow Biden, who has a track record of flip flopping, officiating a same sex wedding, and even being a Catholic in Name Only, become our leader? Biden is not an authentic Catholic. He is Catholic in name only. He will meet his creator and all the babies he murdered through his apathetic attitude.

Regardless of who was going to come out as victor of the presidential race, one thing still remains clear: The fight to save life from womb to tomb must be our main focus. We cannot back down from this important fight in our nation’s history. It has and will always be a long and hard fought battle. The question is are you willing to stand up for the most vulnerable and fight to your last breath.