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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

President Bush's Remarks to the March for Llife

January 23, 2006


"The strong have a duty to protect the weak."

"I appreciate so very much your work toward building a culture of life -a culture that will protect the most innocent among us and the voiceless. We are working to promote a culture of life, to promote compassion for women and their unborn babies. We know -- we know that in a culture that does not protect the most dependent, the handicapped, the elderly, the unloved, or simply inconvenient become increasingly vulnerable."

"The America of our dreams, where every child is welcomed in law -- in life, and protected in law may still be some ways away.... We're making progress in Washington. I've been working with members of the Congress to pass good, solid legislation that protects the vulnerable and promotes the culture of life. I signed into law a ban on partial birth abortion. (Applause.) Infants who are born despite an attempted abortion are now protected by law. (Applause.) So are nurses and doctors who refused to be any part of an abortion. (Applause.) And prosecutors can now charge those who harm or kill a pregnant woman with harming or killing her unborn child." (Applause.)

"We're also moving ahead in terms of medicine and research to make sure that the gifts of science are consistent with our highest values of freedom, equality, family, and human dignity. We will not sanction the creation of life only to destroy it." (Applause.)

" ..... this progress is a tribute to your perseverance and to the prayers of the people. I want to thank you, especially, for the civil way that you have engaged one of America's most contentious issues. I encourage you to take heart from our achievements, because a true culture of life cannot be sustained solely by changing laws. We need, most of all, to change hearts.... persuading increasing numbers of our fellow citizens of the rightness of our cause. "

" ..... a movement that appeals to the noblest and most generous instincts of our fellow Americans -- and that is based on a sacred promise enshrined in our founding document that this movement will not fail."(Applause.)

The previous remarks are excerpts fromPresident Bush's remarks to the March for Life demonstration on Jan. 23, 2006.

Monday, January 23, 2006

March for Life on EWTN - Abortion Hurts Women

Watch or listen to live coverage of the March for Life on EWTN radio or television or on the Internet at http://www.ewtn.com Tens of thousands of pro-life people including women carrying signs saying "I regret my abortion" are marching in protest of Roe vs. Wade. These women want to make others aware that abortion hurts women. One woman named Maria from Operation Outcry said "I had three abortions and I am no longer able to bear children". Georgette Forney said "Abortion has hurt us and we are here to tell our story."
She recommends women contact Priests for Life http://www.priestsforlife.org for more information.

Friday, January 20, 2006

Kate Adamson, Stroke Victim, Advocate for the Right to Live, Author, to Speak in Scranton Jan. 28

Kate Adamson lives in Los Angeles, California with her family. She is an outspoken advocate for the right to live and be recognized as a viable contributing human being despite disabilities and testified before Congress following the death of Terri Schiavo. Kate Adamson will speak at the Respect Life Prayer Breakfast on January 28 at 9:00 a.m. in Scranton. The victim of a double brain stem stroke, Kate wrote about her experience in her book Kate's Journey.

Quotes from her book, Kate’s Journey:
"I lay there looking at the doctor and my husband. "It’s hard to tell if she can understand. I think she can hear us." the doctor said. Yes! I can hear you. I can’t move or speak, but I hear you. Kate thought. My husband refused to believe I was dying but the doctor offered little hope."
"Fate placed Steven (Kate’s husband) in the elevator with my doctor who was telling the nurse, I was the worst thing he had seen in a very long time. He said I was a tragic case and could look forward to death if I were lucky and life if I were unlucky."

Kate was being fed through a feeding tube but for an eight-day period, did not receive food. During that time she thought:
"I was starving. I thought I was going insane. I was screaming out in my mind, Don’t you know I need to eat? The hunger pangs were unbearable. This continued for another five days. I could think of nothing but eating…."

"I never had time to pray much, but now I had all the time in the world. Praying is the only thing I can do. I can think but I can’t talk – except to God. Ok God here’s the deal. Let me live. I may never by the same…but I may be someone."

I highly recomment the book which can be purchased from Kate's web site http://www.kate Those wishing to hear Kate in Scranton on the 28th need to make a reservation by January 23 by calling pa. for Huaman Life at 570-343-5099.

Monday, January 09, 2006

Ad war at full blast as Alito hearings begin | csmonitor.com

The opposition to Judge Alito is cranking up the heat according to a Christian Science Monitor article: Ad war at full blast as Alito hearings begin | csmonitor.com: "Last Thursday, anti-Alito activists delivered petitions with 1.1 million signatures to senators on the Judiciary Committee and launched a $600,000 TV and radio ad buy."

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Kate Adamson Principal Speaker of Respect Life Prayer Breakfast in Scranton

The Scranton Chapter of Pennsylvanians for Human Life will commemorate the January 22, 1973 U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion-on-demand with a Respect Life Prayer Breakfast to be held on Saturday, January 28, at 9:00 a.m. at St. Mary’s Center, downtown Scranton. Kate Adamson will be the principal speaker. Mrs. Adamson was the victim of a double brainstem stroke who survived an eight-day removal of her feeding tube. On April 19, 2005, following the starvation-death of Terri Schiavo, she testified before Congress on the subject of persons with disabilities.

The Prayer Breakfast cost is $13.50 for adults, $6.75 for children ages 6 to 12 and no charge for children 5 and under. Reservations may be mailed to Pennsylvanians for Human Life, 506 Broadway, Scranton, Pa. 18505. Tables may be reserved for groups of 6 or more. Further information may be obtained by contacting Pennsylvanians for Human Life at 347-8299.

Monday, January 02, 2006

Senator Santorum to Speak at Pro-Life Breakfast in Hermitage

U.S. Senator Rick Santorum will be the featured speaker at the Mercer County Pro-Life breakfast Jan. 21 at 9 a.m. at the Hickory VFW in Hermitage. For more information, call Brian Beal at 724-813-3298.