2022 National Pro-Life Summit To Be Held on Roe v Wade Anniversary in DC

The following is from Tina Whittington, the Vice President of Students for Life of America.

I need you to SAVE THE DATE for our 2022 National Pro-Life Summit in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, January 22, 2022.

This one-day training event for grassroots pro-life activists of all ages saw a record-breaking crowd, selling out at over 3,400 attendees in January 2020.

As you know, we had to replace the 2021 National Pro-Life Summit with our National #Stand4Life Weekend that we hosted in 18 cities across the country and online with more than 63,000 pro-lifers joining us!

But today, I am thrilled to announce that the National Pro-Life Summit is BACK for 2022 and will be better than ever!

While we’ll be revealing the theme of the 2022 National Summit at a later date, what I can tell you right now is all the benefits of attending, like…

Explore and strengthen your personal calling for Life

Become energized to protect the preborn and their mothers

Learn how to engage in the culture more effectively

Strategize with other pro-life youth and adults from communities across the nation

Meet and hear from dozens of experts in the pro-life movement

More details are to come, but you can sign up here to stay in the loop about all Summit-related announcements and updates.

We will sell out again this year…so, trust me, you’ll want to be among the first to know when registration goes live.

I hope you’ll consider joining me, the rest of the Students for Life team, and 3,000+ of your closest pro-life friends in January!

This is Us?

Why are children in the womb not considered part of the human race by those who support abortion rights?   It’s as if “we” are all over here and “they” are over there, isolated all by themselves when in fact, they are us.

Aren’t we supposed to be inclusive, especially in today’s hyper-sensitive society?  Should we not err on the side of caution and safety before hurting anyone’s feelings or physically harming anyone?   And yet when it comes to aborting our progeny, we throw caution to the wind and allow – and sometimes applaud – an innocent heartbeat to stop, in an exceedingly violent manner.  That is what murder is – the taking of an innocent life.  Why is this tolerated by a supposedly progressive and intelligent society?

These children who have been created through a sexual act are human beings in their earliest stages.  It’s not about what they can or cannot do.  It’s about a new life that according to science has been created when the egg and the sperm meet.  If we are supposed to follow the science when it comes to the Covid pandemic or global warming, why is it OK to ignore the science when it comes to the creation of the human race? These newly created lives are part of the human community.  And yet, by celebrating the right to abort we are not considering them as part of us.  We are treating them as if they are an alien life form and have no right to become part of our human race family if we so deem it.  How is that kind?  How is that inclusive?  How is that socially acceptable?  They are us.

These zygotes, turned embryos, turned fetuses, turned infants, turned toddlers, turned teenagers, turned adults are us.  So how can we nod our head in agreement that it is acceptable to extinguish their lives under the premise that they have no function when in the womb?  And how can we claim it is none of our business?   Aren’t we supposed to be each other’s business?  Taking care of others, looking out for others, helping others when they fall to stand back up and move forward?  Why is all this thoughtfulness erased when it comes to children in the womb.  They are us.

By supporting abortion up to nine months (on demand), which is the mission of our current administration*, we as a country are stating that preborn children are not us – unless they are wanted, then they are us.  Therefore, we are deciding if life is valuable enough to keep based on what its function is, or if that life is wanted?  And if it’s not wanted, then they are not us?

Is this who we are as a society?  People who subjectively judge which babies are allowed to die and which are allowed to live?And even sadder, heartlessly cheer and applaud when our President, Vice-President, governors and representatives ferociously defend the right to allow it.  This is us? 

*Democrats oppose and will fight to overturn federal and state laws that create barriers to reproductive health and rights. We will repeal the Hyde Amendment, and protect and codify the right to reproductive freedom. ( ACHIEVING UNIVERSAL, AFFORDABLE, QUALITY HEALTH CARE – Democrats).

Holy Week Vigils in Southeastern Pennsylvania

Below are a list of Holy Week observances outside of abortion facilities in the Greater Philadelphia. You are welcome to particiapte in all or one of the ones listed.

Prayer Vigils serve as:

  • an appeal to expectant mothers
    entering abortion chambers to give
    birth to their child
  • an act of reparation for the killing of
    children in the womb by abortion
  • a public witness to the deadly
    injustice of abortion

Holy Thursday, April 1st
Planned Parenthood, 1221 Powell Street (at Wood Street), Norristown, 19401
11:00 AM-12:00 Noon


Good Friday, April 2nd

Planned Parenthood, 610 Louis Drive, Warminster, 18974 9:30 AM, procession from Nativity of Our Lord parking lot to Planned Parenthood – 10:00-11:00 AM Prayer Vigil


Planned Parenthood, Wayne & Market Streets, West Chester, 19380
9:00-10:00 AM


Planned Parenthood, 216 West State Street, Media, 19063 10:00-11:00 AM


Planned Parenthood, 2751 Comly Road (at Roosevelt Boulevard),
Northeast Philadelphia, 19154 9:00-10:00 AM


Planned Parenthood, 1144 Locust Street, Center City Philadelphia, 19107
9:00-10:00 AM. At 1:00 PM, Living Stations of the Cross commences at
St. Patrick Church, at 20th and Locust Streets. The procession will go from 20th and Locust around the city to the Basilica before the 3PM service. The Living Stations of the Cross will be performed by high school and college students from Philly Youth Missions.

My First CPAC Experience

Last week, I attended CPAC for the first time. This year it was held in Orlando due to the restrictions from its preceding location in Baltimore.

The event gathers thousands of like-minded conservatives from all across the United States and even parts of the world. Those in attendance got to hear from elected officials and even personalities in conservative media.

Below is my review of the event.

Hits

The even proves that big gatherings can be held as we navigate past COVID. Florida has been open for business and it was an outstanding choice on their part to allow tourism and event large events happening. Yes, Karen, people were wearing masks when walking around.

Many topics were covered during the event, especially our bill of rights. Many elected officials have taken time to talk about what is plaguing our country.

The ecumenical committee is growing at CPAC, particularly among Jewish, Catholics, and Protestants. Even Fr. Frank Pavone was present to celebrate mass for Catholic attendees.

A great red carpet of the upcoming Roe v Wade movie.

Misses

The only miss that is worth nothing is the results of a straw poll conducted by The Washington Times. The poll was to gauge attendees on the top three issues pressing them. Surprisingly, the recent election and its integrity was Number one with almost 70% of the votes. The issue that came in last was pro-life. How disappointing.

Overall, I do recommend attending. Pro-Lifers should not pass on a chance to connect with other pro-lifers and hopefully we can make this a more pressing issue.

New Book from Brendan Lyons

Brendan Lyons, author of Single Candles, has released a new book. This time, Lyons release a children’s book that shares what a child hears while in the womb of his or her mother.

Pro-life groups can order the book from me for a 50% discount if they buy 5 or more. For more information, contact the author at lyonforlife87@gmail.com and we can work out an order.

You can also purchase this book as a shower, birthday, and even just a general gift to families with small children here.

Two Brothers Announce Run for 2022 Public Offices

Two brothers in Southeastern Pennsylvania are looking to make a difference in the 2022 election in the Keystone State. Both are doing extraordinary work in the state respectively.

Joe Gale

Joe Gale, 33 currently holds a public office in Montgomery County, challenging the liberal rhetoric day in and day out. Joe overcame some smear campaigns from the GOP Swamp that has attacked his character all because he doesn’t fit the establishment agenda. Joe announced on Monday that he will run for the office of governor for Pennsylvania.

Sean Gale

Sean Gale, the brother of Joe, announced on Monday that he will run for the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania. He makes this announcement after learning of the retirement of Pat Toomey. Sean, 30, could potentially become the youngest senator in Congress when it is all set and done.

Both brothers can make a difference. They are willing to stand against the establishment, put the people first, and defend life from womb to tomb. These are the candidates that we must support in every given election if we want results.

Despite Bitter Cold, First Save in Philly

The following is from an email blast sent by Dr. Monique Ruberu. Scroll to the end of the blog to know how you can get involved with 40 Days for Life Philly.

A woman walked out of P.P. at approximately 4pm today.Gerry asked her if she would take some literature.He stated “we are here for the mom and the baby” .She replied “I know I just canceled my appointment.” As she walked away she told Gerry and mark their prayets were answered !!! BABY SAVED ON DAY 1 !!   Thanks to every one who stood in the cold and prayed today.

Tomorrow is going to be a crazy cold and rainy one – we’ll check if they are open – Pat and I will be out there if so…

come fill in remaining hours : 

Friday 2/19:

12th: 2-4, 4

777: 7-9,9-11, 11-1

tuesday 2/23:

12th: 8-10,12-2, 2

777: 9,10-12,2

Visit here to sign up for PWC

Visit here to sign up for PP

Lent 2021 Preview: Planned Parenthood (Center City Campaign)

For seven straight years, the 40 Days for Life campaign has been present outside of the largest Planned Parenthood in the heart of Philadelphia.

Their numbers have dropped because of our presence for a while until the lockdown last March, which saw an increase in abortions plus ceasing the campaign early.

The hypocrisy is businesses in PA had to suffer while Planned Parenthood, thanks to their friend Gov. Tom Wolf, profit off a questionable pandemic. At the same time, churches were only to be open for prayer but no masses or services. We got a preview of communism through the Wolf Administration, particularly from his closest ally, Dr. Richard “Rachel” Levine.

This time we will have a full campaign during Lent as it will run from Ash Wednesday (February 17th) to March 27th. The hours are: Monday through Saturday 8AM to 4PM.

To sign up for this campaign, visit here.

Leadership Change for Knights of Columbus

On Friday, the Knights of Columbus board of directors have elected, Patrick Kelly to succeed Carl Anderson as the new Supreme Knight of the largest Catholic fraternity of the world.

The Knights of Columbus, founded in 1882, started out as an organization to foster Catholic manhood while helping fatherless families who have no breadwinner present. Today, the order has nearly 2 million members in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Philippines, South Korea, Poland, Lithuania, France, and Ukraine.

Those who have attended the March for Life in DC or on a local level would notice the order’s signature Defend Life from the order that is proudly carried throughout the rally and even March by individuals.

Kelly was instrumental in the order’s ultrasound initiative that started in 2009 with a goal to have one ultrasound in every 50 states in the United States by 2019. It was successful that he accomplished that goal within a ten year span.

In addition to the ultrasound initiative, Kelly launched the “Leave No Neighbor Behind” program that countered the global pandemic last March.

Kelly will begin his Supreme Knight tenure on Monday, March 1st. Anderson, a twenty year leader of the organization is stepping down as he will adhere to the by-laws of the organization to step down when reaching the mandatory retirement age of 70.

Join the Knights of Columbus

For Catholic men 18 and over in good standing you are called to be a member of the organization and be a part of an organization that will foster manhood and a stronger faith. To join, visit here and use promo code MCGIVNEY2020 for one year of free membership.

These Liberties We Hold Sacred

The outgoing Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus has recently came out with a new book that is hot off the press. It features a collection of his essays, speeches, and even articles that defends Freedom of Religion. Place your order here.