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Monday, October 29, 2007

Abortion Business Death Raises Questions

National Catholic Register recently reported on the abortion death of a Massachusetts woman Laura Hope Smith, who was 13 weeks pregnant. According to her mother, “My daughter walked into that office healthy and she left dead. I don’t want her death to be in vain.”

NCR reports: "Pro-life activists and relatives of a woman who died as the result of an abortion here want the state to pursue a criminal investigation into the tragedy. The reason for the death of Laura Hope Smith, 22, of Sandwich, went unreported in the local media, although 600 people attended her funeral. At least one girl decided against a scheduled abortion after hearing Smith’s story". The story continues at:
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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Kansans Circulate Petition to Investigate Planned Parenthood Clinic www.kansascity.com

A coalition of pro-life groups in Kansas circulated a petition earlier this month to petition for a grand jury to investigate whether Planned Parenthood of Overland Park is complying with state abortion laws.
"It also wants a grand jury to determine whether Planned Parenthood provides “false information in order to induce government action or inaction,” whether it fails to comply with parental consent requirements, whether it fails to enforce the required 24-hour waiting period and whether it fails to follow the required standard of care in providing medical advice." Visit:
www.kansascity.com | 10/02/2007 | Anti-abortion coalition wants grand jury to investigate Planned Parenthood clinic:

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Parents Rights - Maine School Wants to Give Kids Contraceptives

Here is just another instance of parental rights to raise their children being trampled by school authorities as reported in Wesley Smith's blog Secondhand Smoke:
(And you know the type of "health professionals" who would give a child birth control pills without her parents knowledge or consent would also take that child for an abortion once she becomes pregnant.)
"I guess parents aren't for raising kids anymore, just housing them. A Maine school wants authority to issue contraceptives to 11 year-olds without parental notification. From the story: Students who have parental permission to be treated at King Middle School's health center would be able to get birth control prescriptions under a proposal that the Portland School Committee will consider Wednesday. Once a parent gives permission for treatment, school authorities want to consider that "blanket permission" to include all "services" offered at the school-based clinic. Visit: Secondhand Smoke:

40 Days for Life

The nationwide 40 days for Life Campaign is now past the halfway mark and all across the country there are amazing stories of babies saved and pro-life efforts invigorated. The 40 Days for Life blog entries for day 20 and day 21 contain some interesting stories. I encourage you to read them by visiting 40 Days for Life

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

October 5th, Pray for the Success of Scranton's 40 Days for Life Campaign

On Friday, October 5th come join us in Prayer for the continued success of Scranton’s 40 Days for Life Campaign. Father Sterowski, pastor of Sacred Hearts and St. John the Evangelist Churches in South Scranton, has invited us to participate in the October 5th Holy Hour and Mass at St. John the Evangelist Church to pray for the success of Scranton’s 40 Days for Life Campaign. The Holy Hour begins at 6:00 with Benediction at 6:45. Mass begins at 7:00 p.m. For those who have more time to devote, Eucharistic Adoration takes place from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. St. John the Evangelist Church is located at the corner of Pittston Ave. and Fig St. across from Andrew Brown’s Drug Store in the 1500 block of Pittston Ave.

There are many other things I'd like to share with my readers including photos of Scranton's 40 Days for Life Kick off rally and will do so ASAP.