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Monday, January 15, 2007

National Geographic Channel TV Schedule - In the Womb: Multiples: Thursday, January 18th -[TV-PG]

From: http://prolifepa.blogspot.com The National Geographic Channel on Multiple Pregnancies gives testimony to the humanity of the unborn as viewers are able to watch the babies interact with one another.

National Geographic Channel TV Schedule - In the Womb: Multiples: In the Womb: Multiples [TV-PG]:
Thursday, January 18, 2007, at 8p.m. and 11 p.m. (Check your local listings)

Egg and sperm meet and spark a perilous journey of fetal development, but what if there are two, three or even four along for the ride? In the Womb: Multiples, a two-hour world premiere special, utilizes groundbreaking technology to take viewers into theextraordinary world of twins, triplets and quadruplets as they develop in utero. The special follows the stories of three expectant mothers from conception to birth and travels inside the womb to see the tiny fetuses begin to interact with each other.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Dr. Jack Willke to be Principal Speaker at Pennsylvanians for Human Life, Scranton Chapter's Prayer Breakfast. March for Life Details Announced.

The Scranton Chapter of Pennsylvanians for Human Life will memorialize the 34th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s infamous decision to legalize abortion-on-demand by participating in the March for Life in Washington D.C. on January 22nd . A rally is scheduled for noon on the mall and then proceeds up Constitution Ave. to the Capitol and Supreme Court. Locally a Respect for Life Prayer Breakfast will be held on January 27th in support of the right-to-life for all human beings, born and unborn.

We invite all who believe the constitutional principle "that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life…" to gather in Washington and seek an end to the practice which has resulted in the death of more than 50 million unborn children.

Chartered buses will leave for Washington from the Keyser Oak Plaza in Scranton and Marywood University at 6:30 a.m. and will return at approximately 11 p.m. The cost for the trip is $30.oo for adults and $15 for students. Student sponsors are welcome. To make reservations contact Joe Zadzura at 344-0271 or Anne Domin at 842-9653.

Dr. John C. Willke, president of Life Issues Institute and the International Right to Life Federation, will be principal speaker at the annual Respect Life Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, January 27 at 9 a.m. at St. Mary’s Center 320 Mifflin Ave., Scranton. Reservation deadline is Jan.23 and may be made by contacting Joe Alinoski at 876-4087.

Dr. Willke is a past President of the National Right to Life Committee and was an early pioneer of the right to life movement. He helped found the International Right to Life Federation 22 years ago and remains its president. He is also president of Life Issues Institute based in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. and Mrs. Willke are authors of the book, video, power point and slide set, Abortion, Questions and Answers: Why Can’t We Love Them Both and seven editions of their classic books beginning with Handbook on Abortion in 1971, being the most widely read books in the world presenting the scientific case for the unborn. Dr. Willke has also authored other books on abortion, euthanasia and the field of human sexuality. Their works have been translated into 30 languages.

Dr. Willke practiced medicine in Cincinnati, Ohio for 40 years, where he was on the senior attending staff of the Providence and Good Samaritan hospitals.

Saturday, January 06, 2007

Kate Adamson on Catholic Television in NorthEast PA

A re-broadcast of the 2006 Respect for Life Prayer Breakfast with Kate Adamson will be shown on Catholic Television (Cable Channel 12 or over the air on channel 7) on Tuesday, January 10th at 8:00 p.m. Ms. Adamson suffered a double brain stem stroke. She was unable to communicate and was diagnosed in a "persistent vegetative state" but could hear and remember all that was going on around her.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

SUFFER NOT THE CHILDREN: BENEDICT By ERIN CALABRESE and Post Wire Services - New York Post Online Edition: Seven

Pope Benedict's Christmas Message of concern for children born and unborn:

"VATICAN CITY - Pope Benedict ushered in Christmas at midnight Mass, saying the image of the baby Jesus in a manger should remind everyone of the plight of poor, abused and neglected children the world over.

The 79-year-old Benedict celebrated the Mass for more than 10,000 people in St. Peter's Basilica.

Thousands of others watched on large screens outside, and millions more tuned in via television or radio around the world.

'The child of Bethlehem directs our gaze towards all children, particularly those who suffer and are abused in the world, the born and the unborn,' the pope said, referring to abortion." for more visit:

SUFFER NOT THE CHILDREN: BENEDICT By ERIN CALABRESE and Post Wire Services - New York Post Online Edition: Seven:

EUROPE'S NOTHING By ARNOLD AHLERT - New York Post Online Edition: Seven

EUROPE'S NOTHING By ARNOLD AHLERT - New York Post Online Edition: Seven