On January 20th, Former Vice President Joe Biden will be inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States.

This will come at a cost as he will look to advance a radical agenda within the next four year, defeating everything his soon predecessor has worked hard to do. In order for to do it, he will have the help of many radicals in his cabinet. Many of whom are proclaimed “Catholics”.

Here is a look at some key positions that have been selected or will be in the fate of the senate after the inauguration.

Attorney General Merrick Garland

If everyone may recall five winters ago when Antonin Scalia tragically died, Merrick Garland was tabbed to be his potential replacement, yet the nomination was struck down as a way to nominate someone following an election year. Now, Garland will be the top lawyer of the nation in a radical administration.

Commerce Secretary: Gina Raimondo

The former governor of Rhode Island who pushed some of the unlimited abortion laws in the Ocean State will see a place in Biden’s cabinet. She has a mixed record on abortion.

John Kerry- Envoy for Climtae

Former Massachusetts Senator, Presidential Candidate, and Secretary of State John Kerry is a name that we all may remember quite well as he is another that supports abortion

Will Biden put the interest of Americans? Likely he won’t. All he wants to do is push his radical ideas hard, in particular, the issue of abortion, which many bishops agreed is an important issue in any given election.

Here’s the Schedule for the Philadelphia March for Life Next Saturday, January 23rd

Below is the schedule for next week’s March for Life in Philadelphia.  We encourage everyone to join the Pro-Life Union for their inaugural event.  And since the March for Life in Washington, DC is now being done virtually, it’s a perfect opportunity for those in or around Philadelphia who were planning to go to DC to come out and give public witness in your own neighborhood.  

Here’s Our Schedule!

09:00 AM     Roman Catholic Mass

Archbishop Nelson Perez will kick off the day by celebrating Roman Catholic Mass at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul. All are welcome!

10:30 AM     Let The March Begin!

March begins! We will begin our march at the Cathedral and we will have many stops along our route, including the Philadelphia Women’s Center where over 6,500 abortions are performed each year.

12:00 PM     Rally and Speakers

We will conclude the march with a rally at Independence Mall where you will get to listen to some incredibly compelling speakers to wrap up the day.

More than 17,000 unborn children are being quietly exterminated in Greater Philadelphia annually. Come stand with us to say, “ENOUGH!”

We are looking forward to keeping you updated during our planning and preparations for this event. But what’s going to make this event great… is YOU.

Please invite at least one friend to join you at the march and to help us in our protest! Don’t miss this!

Masks and social distancing will be required.

Use this link for more information on this March for Life 

Can’t make the march but want to support the pro-life movement in a different way? Click here to make a donation to the Pro Life Union and help us in our fight for the sanctity of life in the Greater Philadelphia area!

Local and National March for Life Updates

With the annual March for Life in DC and the inaugural Philly March for Life approaching, we do want to provide some key updates that was received by me regarding both events. Bear in mind the guidelines and attend events if you choose to do at your own risk.

Don’t forget to get your pro-life gear at Catholic to the Max. Learn more here.

Inaugural Philly March for Life January 23rd

See information regarding the event here.

National March for Life January 29th

This will come one week after the Inauguration of the most radical pro-abortion administration of our time, particularly led by a so called “Catholic”.

Don’t feel safe? You can attend a livestream from your computer. Learn more here. EWTN will also begin covering the event at 11AM. Check your local listing.

Are you going? Here is what you need to know. Be sure to check out the pre-rally concert with Matthew West, the singer behind the theme song of Abby Johnson’s biopic.

Checklist for What to bring to Both or Either

  1. Pro-Life Gear (Make it visible)
  2. Prayers
  3. Your loving and peaceful presence
  4. Creative and catchy chants
  5. A sign that is loving and articulates a message about life or promotes life

We hope you make one if not all of the events. Be sure to March for Life every day, not just every January 22nd.

Please Join Our Annual Rally for Life in Warminster, Pennsylvania on January 22nd

Public WitnessIn the past we have held our  Rally for Life the same day as the annual March for Life in Washington, DC.  This year we have decided to have this rally on the actual anniversary of the Supreme Court decision declaring abortion lawful throughout the nation.

Our program will begin at 12:00 noon at the VFW located at 645 Louis Dr, Warminster, PA.  We will have light refreshments and a short program. After our program we will solemnly walk to the Warminster Planned Parenthood where we will have 10 minutes of silent pray.  Our program will then end with a closing prayer.  (see program below) 

We will pray for the over 60,000,000 babies killed since this decision.  We will also pray for those who procure, provide or promote the killing of our preborn brothers and sisters.

Prayer is the most important weapon we have to combat the evils in our society; and prayer vigils outside of abortion facilities combine this powerful weapon with our witness to the crimes against humanity taking place in our communities every day.

Whether you are planning on attending the March for Life in Washington, DC this year or not, please consider joining us on January 22nd to give witness to the horrible sin of abortion.

Signs will be provided and CDC Guidelines will be observed.  

This event is sponsored by the Bucks County Pro-Life Coalition

Refreshments provided by the Pro-Life Coalition of Pennsylvania 


Please print out and distribute the flyer and the program below. Hope to see many of you then.

2021 Rally for Life Flyer

Rally for Life Program

Take Action: NJ Board of Medical Examiners Proposed Rule Change on Abortion

If you live in New Jersey, please read the information below provided by New Jersey Right to Life and then comment on the Proposed Rule Changes on Abortion published by NJ Board of Medical Examiners.  You have until March 5th to comment.  

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Please note:  It has come to our attention that the NJ Board of Medical Examiners’ website does not make the process for commenting easy so we have updated this alert with specific information to make the process less difficult for you to comment.  Thank you for taking action on this important matter!

The NJ Board of Medical Examiners Published Proposed Rule Changes on Abortion today.  Interested persons can submit comments, information or arguments concerning the proposed changes.  We need to flood the NJ Board of Medical Examiners with our comments opposing these changes on or before March 5, 2021. 
Please share this information with health care professionals, post-abortive women and anyone you think will be concerned about these proposed changes.

Here is a link to the Proposed Changes  

In order to ensure your comments are received, please send your comments
concerning any rule proposals via email to  

Please include the following in your email:

Email Subject Line:  Surgery, Special Procedures, and Anesthesia Services Performed in an Office Setting
 Email Body:  Provide Comments to the Rule Proposal, 
Include: Your  Name,  Affiliation and Contact Information (email address and phone number).

The NJ Board of Medical Examiners voted unanimously to change these rules in September.  Not surprisingly, most of these changes seem to be in line with language in S3030/A4848, the NJ Freedom to Kill Act.  The studies they name in their Rule Proposal to justify the changes are clearly biased studies funded by wealthy abortion supporters. Contrary to their claims, these changes in no way make abortion safer for women.  

According to their Release, the changes and repeal include the following: 

  • repealing the Termination of Pregnancy rule, N.J.A.C. 13:35-4.2, that singles out abortion care for targeted regulation by, among other things, requiring that all terminations of pregnancy be performed only by a physician, and barring office-based terminations beyond 14 weeks gestation; 
  • clearing the path for Advanced Practice Nurses, Physician Assistants, and Certified Nurse Midwives and Certified Midwives to perform early aspiration terminations of pregnancy (in addition to medication-based termination of pregnancy, which is already permitted) and clarifying that these providers are authorized to provide miscarriage treatment; and 
  • updating the regulations to integrate reproductive care within the generally applicable rules designed to ensure the safety of patients who undergo surgery or special procedures in an office setting.

Here is a link to an article about the proposed changes.

Protest Against the Grafting of Aborted Baby Parts Onto Mice at the University of Pittsburgh

Just when I thought things couldn’t get any worse, I came across this in my email.  If you thought you needed an excuse to stand up and speak out, here it is!  How barbaric?  How far has our country sunk? Scalping preborn babies and using these scalps for ‘research’.  

This is why we sidewalk counsel, this is why we stand outside abortion chambers to pray and give witness, this is why we start and volunteer at homes and pregnancy help centers, this is why we blog. We do these things so that no child will ever again be subjected this this cruelty. 

Please everyone, especially if you live in Pennsylvania, sign this protest from TPF Student Action below and then forward to all your family and friends and ask them to do the same.  We must, now more than ever, be a voice for the unborn.  

University of Pittsburgh

from John Ritchie, TFP Student Action, Director

What are “humanized” mice?

Unfortunately, the University of Pittsburgh is using human organs and skin from aborted babies for “research” — grafting baby scalps onto mice and rats.

Dr. Stacy Trasancos, who opposes the practice, explains:

“Human hair was evident by 12 weeks but only in the grafts taken from the fetal scalps. In the scalp grafts, fine human hair can be seen growing long and dark surrounded by the short white hairs of the mouse.”


Sign your protest against this barbaric experimentation.

I’m sick to even write about this issue, but this is where the Culture of Death has taken society. This is what a society without God and without morals offers.

“The images literally show a patch of baby hair growing on a mouse’s back,” wrote Dr. Trasancos in the National Catholic Register.

The Most Rev. Joseph E. Strickland, Bishop of Tyler, Texas, condemned the use of aborted baby parts for research.

“These are crimes against humanity that should be prosecuted,” he tweeted.  “Silence in the face of these atrocities simply adds to the evil. Wake up America! Demand that this stops NOW!”

Click here to tell the University of Pittsburgh to stop using aborted baby parts.

I’m rushing to collect 20,000 protest petitions by Wednesday. Whatever you can do to help me reach 20,000 people is most appreciated.

Thank you for fighting the good fight.

P.S. – Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh published a study in Scientific Reports revealing how the institution scalped victims of abortion (human babies) and transplanted their skin onto lab rodents for medical experimentation.

IMPORTANT Update about the Maryland March for Life

Please see information from Maryland March for Life pertaining to their March for Life scheduled for February 4, 2021 below.  

Maryland MFL

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to create numerous challenges. We would never dream of pausing or canceling the life saving work our coalition engages in each year during the General Assembly Legislative Session. However, we have to recognize the need to adapt to the current situation.

We will not be allowed to host our religious services, youth rally, Lawyer’s Mall Rally, or post-march mixer due to restrictions in place at all of our regular venues. All back-up options have been explored. We intend to host a “Life Chain-like” event on the public sidewalks outside the Miller Senate Building with individuals or family groups spread 6-feet apart. In accord with current Annapolis-specific executive orders, this event will require face coverings for attendees (unless unable due to age or medical conditions). Lastly, with the potential for a shortened legislative session AND the expectation that crucial legislation will be introduced early this year, we are moving the 2021 Maryland March for Life UP to Thursday, February 4, 2021 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Please see the updated Eventbrite for specific times and locations and any updates from now until then. Please also check out our website at for additional information.

As always, thank you for your support and we look forwarded to hosting you at our newly designed March at its rescheduled date and time.

Thursday, February 4, 2021 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM (EST)
Public Sidewalks Outside Miller Senate Building
11 Bladen Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401

Loss of Life in DC: Aftermath of Wednesday’s Riots

We’re only days into the month of January of 2021, yet what happened through the Black Lives Matter protest has carried into the New Year. What started as an historic day to end the process of the Electoral College Process, two weeks prior to the inauguration, would soon turned into chaos.

Once again, our nation’s capital was at the center of national headlines. What started as a day for like-minded people to peacefully protest in favor of election integrity was turned into what many witnessed last summer. The event gained more coverage than the nationwide BLM protests across the nation.

Many senators and representatives have condemned the actions of those involve let alone President Trump asking everyone to be peaceful through a tweet, only to be deleted by big tech. Speculations are running amoss that ANTIFA infiltrated the peaceful rally, only to raid the capitol building. In time, many elected officials had to scramble for cover and do what they can to get away from the trespassers.

Sadly, the incident on Wednesday has cost the life of a police officer, Brian Sickwick. Ofc. Sickwick was severely injured when confronting the mom only to be pronounced dead at the hospital.

Another casualty from the event was Ashli Babbitt. Babbitt, a 14 year veteran of the Air Force, joined fellow patriots in sharing their concern over the integrity of the elections. Unfortunately, she was shot during an altercation when paid actor posing as Trump supporters were breaking into the capitol building.

What happened last summer and on January 6th had two things in common. The first is that human life was destroyed. Why? Many families had to or will stare at an empty seat during family gatherings with that thought sinking in their minds. The second is agitators wanted to get the media’s attention to help them jumped to their own doom and gloom conclusions. The violence that have happened this week and last are unacceptable, no matter who is at fault.

We need to do better. Violence is not going to protect and nurture life. Rather, it destroys it. We must do better to promote, peace, love, and mercy in our communities and it begins with us.

May Brian Sickwick and Ashli Babbitt rest in peace.

Eternal rest, grant unto them, O Lord. And let the perpetual light shine upon them

Philadelphia Women’s Center 10 Years Later: Reflection

On January 8th 2011, a young man stood outside of one of the largest abortion facilities in Pennsylvania. He was nervous that even the bitter cold morning did not keep him from hiding it. Later, a seasoned pro-lifer (the late John Stanton) pulled up as he helped him place a sign on the corner that floored him about the number of abortions committed at this location alone. Before he can blinked, his neighbors showed up and were thrilled to see him. His presence gave them hope.

Since that bitter cold morning of January 2011, he continued to get more and more involved with the pro-life movement that included regular participation in prayer vigils, at large events, and recruiting new people from time to time. He was jeered, assaulted, and even taunted all because he wanted to do “what God wants him to do.”

That young man is me and I am not done until we end abortion on the streets of Philadelphia and every major city across the United States and throughout the world.