If voters from the Keystone State were at the polls during the primary, they may have noticed the first question on whether the governor should have limited executive power. It was common sense. Now one was above the law.
By a 7-point margin (53%-46%), voters said yes to limiting the governor’s power. This came during the advent of the pandemic that took place last year. He closed churches [which should have been opened to encourage people to pray for the end of COVID-19] and businesses, yet he let abortion facilities like Planned Parenthood continue having abortions.
Despites the state’s efforts to pass bills ending the pandemic, Wolf vetoed every measure. That send the message for the people to decide at the polls and the convincing victory showed.
This shows that accountable is still alive in Pennsylvania as 2022 is around the corner.
Pennsylvania is just the first state to do so. Many others are looking to follow suit.
It’s time for We the People to stand up to tyrants like Commie Tommy Wolf and take our states back. Wolf’s legacy lied in his response to the scamdemic that happened and how he radically promoted abortion in the heat of the lockdowns where pro-lifers were not permitted to be peacefully demonstrating outside of abortion facilities like Planned Parenthood.
After a few weeks of being sidelined from an injury, I was taken off of a sling and got the hint that it was time to get back to some normal routine. It felt good to be back.
As I arrived to the front entrance of the largest non-Planned Parenthood in the Keystone State, where 6500 babies, a majority of them are African American are murdered annually, I noticed something along the window cill where Heather places her filthy signs, filled with hypocrisy.
As I got a closer look, it turned out that they were peg dolls of different saints and titles of Mary. They appear to be holding a sigN like they were protesting. This time around, the notes, written by Heather, has a different jeering message geared towards a pro-lifer or reversing everything we say to the women entering the facility. Heather, a fallen away Catholic, prompted me to say something that goes to everyone who claim to be Catholic.
YOU CANNOT SAY THAT YOU’RE CATHOLIC AND TAKE PART DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY WITH ABORTION.
This is the example of woke culture. Heather is the epitome of it. She wants to play her own God, follow her own rules, and think that she is an expert in church teachings. She even follows the crowd that want to write their own catechism. Newsflash: you cannot change teachings that have proven to be true for three millenniums.
Add Heather Loesch daily to your prayers for conversion of heart.
The following is from Jo Christof of Chester County, Pennsylvania. We encourage everyone in Southeast Pennsylvania to join with Chester County to send a peaceful, prayerful message to the community that abortion is morally and ethically wrong. Details on this March for Life are in the inserts below.
This summer we mark 25 years since Planned Parenthood in West Chester began doing abortions. Over 23,000 children have lost their lives there since August 1996.
The Chester County Pro-Life Coalition is sponsoring a March for Life on Saturday, June 5, 2021. It will begin with Mass celebrated by the Most Rev. John J. McIntyre at 9:00 am at St. Agnes Church in West Chester. Following the Mass we will march to Planned Parenthood for prayer and then on to the Chester County Courthouse for a program of amazing speakers.
Please see report from Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director of the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation regarding the ‘lack of accountability by abortion facilities in the Commonwealth’ of Pennsylvania.
A public report from a recent inspection of a Planned Parenthood center in Pennsylvania reveals that the facility performed an abortion on a teenage girl without obtaining parental consent 24 hours prior to the abortion. This represents a clear violation of the Commonwealth’s time-tested Abortion Control Act, which has been in place for decades.
According to the March 11th Department of Health report, a review of records “revealed no documented evidence that the parent of the pediatric patient was provided or signed an informed consent prior to the abortion” occurring at the Planned Parenthood Keystone in Warminster. The abortion took place on December 30, 2020.
Below is a video from Tom Stevens, President and CEO of the Pro-Life Union of Greater Philadelphia urging our help reaching out to women who are entering Planned Parenthood. While this message specifically is for help from pro-life warriors in SE Pennsylvania, it is also an urgent plea for help outside any and all killing centers across the country. Please take a moment to listen to Tom, and please make an effort to go out and pray at an abortion facility near you.
Pro-Life Waco is resuming their monthly Bank of America Outreach this Friday, April 23rd. For those who don’t know, Bank of America is a staunch supporter of Planned Parenthood. We encourage everyone to join in this protest. If you are not able to physically attend or live in other areas in the country, a link is provided below with information on how you can participate.
This is the return of monthly Bank of America outreach that occurred in Waco during 2015-16. We return to the sidewalks to send shock waves through the BOA branch on Valley Mills Dr on Friday, April 23.
WHY BANK OF AMERICA? 1. BOA is a leading national Planned Parenthood supporter/enabler. 2. The Central Texas business community should know that supporting Planned Parenthood is very BAD BUSINESS. 3. We will affirms and invite our pro-life neighbors while challenging those who support abortion. We can change the business and personal culture of Central Texas!
WHERE TO PARK: Emerson Drive would be good. This street runs between Uncle Dan’s BBQ and Harold Waite Restaurant.
For questions, including how to start BOA outreach in your hometown, contact John Pisciotta (254-644-0407 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
After a one-year hiatus, Center City Philadelphia was fully alive with the sight of smiles and friendliness of high school, seminarians, and even college students from Philly’s Youth Mission Chapter. Due to the pandemic last year, the Holy Week outreach went virtual. While it was good to improvise, many felt that there was a component missing. That would soon be found through an eventful Good Friday.
About 150 youth took the city by storm during Holy Week. For Good Friday, the day in Center City Philadelphia began with a one-hour prayer vigil outside of Planned Parenthood. Even the police officers were thrilled to see the youth take time out of their Easter break to bring the faith and light of Christ to those on the margins.
After a one-hour vigil, which included testimonies, rosary, and Divine Mercy Chaplet, the youth broke off around the city to collect intentions for the 3PM Service at the Basilica. Some of the passerbyers took time to admire the youth’s courage and tenacity to show kindness to others.
The pivotal part of the day for the large group was the Living Stations that took place from St. Patrick’s Church in Rittenhouse Square through town to the Basilica. As I was walking in the procession, I took time to survey how everyone stopped and watched everything unfold before them as they were reminded of what Good Friday let alone Easter was all about. Despite some occasional head shaking and maybe some uncharitable taunts, the people continue onward. The most moving part was the parkway was used to signify the lord’s journey to Calvary as I was taking in the background of City Hall and the large crowd following Jesus.
These young people bring hope to a city that is in need of it. Philadelphia has 12,000-13,000 abortions annually. That is extremely more devastating than the 500 homicides that happen in our city. Even a high poverty rate was needed to be shown by many. The youth even came out of their comfort zones to fulfill works of mercy to all around them.
These young people remind us why life from womb to tomb is precious and is worthy of protection. Even Jesus, portrayed by Jack Terzian, remembered every child of his that was going to be victimized by such atrocious acts while also asking his father to forgive his perpetrator.
If you are in the Philly area and interested in getting involved with Mission Youth Philly, please visit their website here.