OCTOBER TO DO LIST

Happy October.

Fall is in full swing. The air is getting cooler and crisp. Many will break out the sweaters, hoodies, and enjoying fall activities.

There’s much to happen in the pro-life community as the mid-terms are lurking, fundraisers, and even 40 Days for Life campaigns.

Here’s a list for things to do

  1. Take part in 40 Days for Life campaign
  2. Take part in Student for Life of America deployments
  3. Attend a fundraiser near you
  4. Sponsor a Holy Hour for life at your parish
  5. Take part in homeless outreach
  6. Donate maternity items to pregnancy resource center
  7. Host a rosary rally
  8. Educate everyone on the issue of abortion and debunk myths surrounding the recent Dobbs decision.
  9. Volunteer for your local coalition
  10. Write op-eds to local papers
  11. Learn how to peacefully and lovingly sidewalk counsel outside of an abortion facility
  12. Encourage voters to show up at the polls on November 8th. Mail in balloting is a scam and fraud.

Have a great month of October.

FALL 2022 40 DAYS PREVIEW: PWC

6500. That’s the total number of abortions committed at Philadelphia Women’s Center, located in the Chinatown section and just a 1/4 of a mile from Independence Hall.

The facility has been in operation for 50 years. Ironically, it sits five floors above a daycare in an eight-story building.

Pro-lifers overcame jeers from Heather and her friends that work at the facility, dog feces on the sidewalk where they pray, and intimidation of other sorts, yet those who have been out there continued to persevere.

The vigil hours are Tuesday to Friday from 7AM-4PM. Saturdays from 6AM to 3PM.

Do pray for the following workers and volunteers of the facility to have a conversion: Amanda Kifferly, Heather Loesch (Security Guard), Lisa Perriera, Edith Miller, Anna Smith, Bruce Love, Colin McCrossen, Chris Hill, and Lynne Molter

Visit 40daysforlife.com to sign up for hours today.  

Persecution and Praise Report

Dr. Monique Ruberu offers a reflection from this past weekend outside of both abortion facilities in Philadelphia.

This past Saturday once again we showed up and prayed outside of 777 and 12th. At 777 we covered the street and sidewalks with exorcised salt and anointed all the prayer warriors with exorcised oil… 

Heather as usual showed up with her sage but we continued praying for them all. 

I heard from another prayer warrior who said the following : 

“A year ago, I stole an idea from a woman who participated with us Helpers a few times a few years ago.  I bring Holy Water with me and bless the space right in front of the gate at 12th/Locust: three Crosses for Father/Son/Holy Spirit.  The first time that I did it at 777 was this past Spring.  We’d gotten an early dismissal from work, so I went over there to pray.  The guard saw that and came out and smudged the entire area.  The same thing happened again this summer and I blessed the area again.  And the guard came out again.  Or rather, she PLANNED to do so.  I watched through the window as she tried .. and tried .. and tried .. and tried .. and tried to light the sage bundle ..  but it WOULDN’T take, it just wouldn’t stay lit.  Holy Water – 1; Sage Bundle – 0.” Thanks R!!!

At 12th there was a pro choice protest outside the Community Women’s Center. Our faithful prayer warriors continued the vigil outside of 12th and locust while they were there… these protests will come and go… even though they block the doors and act the fool the police may not even step in but God sees everything and He alone will make a way for us. We continue our work because we work for Him.

Blessings and Surprises

Monique Ruberu offered a reflection on her recent experience outside of the Philadelphia Women’s Center on August 27th.

Last Saturday our friends at 777 appletree took a lot of trouble to collect dog feces, transport it in a car and bring it to 777 where they graciously littered it over the sidewalk where we pray. 

So what did we do? We swept it away and continued praying… and then I sprinkled exorcised blessed salt all over the entire street and both sidewalks including the entryway to the abortion center =) God always wins =) 

When we continue to show up with love despite the persecution, despite the anger and upset, God continues to shine through us… Babies continue to have a glimmer of hope for survival.  Their precious lives are honored by someone. We can close our eyes knowing that we tried. 

Pat sent me the message that a few days ago there was a turnaround at 12th and locust – Such a blessing! 

Pray that our continued presence helps to turn the hearts and minds of these moms toward our sweet Jesus. May they feel His love and kindness. 

SEPTEMBER TO-DO LIST

It’s September. School is back in session. Students return for another year on a college campus. A new month to set goals to defend life from womb to tomb.

Here’s the list of suggestions for September

  1. For college and high school students, begin holding meetings and brainstorming ideas to have a successful year
  2. Hold a sidewalk counseling/advocacy workshop
  3. Attend An Unborn Remembrance Day at a cemetery near you on September 10th. See the list here.
  4. Sign up for 40 Days for Life.
  5. Living in a state where abortion is no more? Use it as a chance to educate your community on why abortion should be unthinkable.
  6. Hold a baby shower for a mom who chose life and is in need of help
  7. Hold a homeless outreach
  8. Donate gently used clothes and household items to charity
  9. For those in Pennsylvania, attend the 2nd annual Pennsylvania March for Life on Monday, September 19th in Harrisburg.
  10. Volunteer at a pregnancy center
  11. Help secure pro-life victories on the state and federal level with only months away from the mid-term elections.

Have a great month of September. Make it one to remember.

PHILLY COUPLE SUES MAYOR FOR FORCING TAXPAYERS TO FUND ABORTION

A few weeks ago Mayor Kinney, mayor of Philadelphia, announced that the city would be giving $500,000 to a fund to pay for abortions, abortion travel, and other abortion support services.

Chuck and Theresa Kuhar stood with the Thomas More Society and sued Mayor Kenney and the city

LEARN MORE HERE

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

Show Up for Life at Aug 18’Reproductive Rights’ Meeting

Come represent the unborn tomorrow night as panelists have an ‘in-depth conversational about preserving access to safe and legal abortion in PA’

Pro-abortion legislators and advocates are panelists invited by Senator Tim Kearney to a ‘Reproductive Healthcare as a Human Right’ event in Morton this Thursday night at 7PM. The list of speakers includes:

  • Mayor Gamal Sherif, Mayor Rutledge Borough
  • Dr. Monica Taylor, Chair, Delaware County Council
  • Representative Leanne Krueger
  • Senator Tim Kearney
  • Dayle Steinberg, CEO, Planned Parenthood
  • Julie Avalos, Executive Director, Domestic Abuse Project
  • Roxanne Sutocky, The Women’s Center
  • Dr. Onaje Muid, Foundation for Delaware County

DATE:  Thur, Aug 18

TIME:  7 PM – 8 PM

LOCATION:  Delaware County Intermediate Unit, 200 Yale Ave, Morton, PA

Come to peacefully make visible the majority who recognize:   It’s not a right — it’s a baby. 

See you there!

PARISH WEBINAR: RESPECT LIFE MONTH

A webinar will take place to equip all parishes for Respect Life month that happens in October.

The webinar will happen on Wednesday, August 17th at 2 PM. All attendees will receive a recording within two business days.

Register here.