Arizona State Students for Life at the Walk!

Posted on Feb 8, 2019 in 2019 Walk for Life, Babies Saving Babies, Blog, Students For Life, Walk for Life Mass, Walk for Life Religious Leaders, Your Photos, Your Stories

The Catholic Sun, newspaper of the Diocese of Phoenix, has the story: “Do not be ashamed to bear your testimony to our Lord, but bear your share of hardship for the Gospel,” said Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco. The remarks came at the Walk for Life Mass Jan. 28 at St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco, where Pope Francis granted a plenary indulgence to all Catholics.   The day of pro-life activities on began with the...

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“It was not words, concepts, or arguments. It was the children…” -Fr. Pavone

Posted on Feb 3, 2019 in 2019 Speakers, 2019 Walk for Life, Babies Saving Babies, Blog, Fr. Frank Pavone, Silent No More, Walk for Life Religious Leaders

Fr. Frank Pavone, who has been a tireless fighter for the unborn throughout his whole ministry, nailed it when he spoke to The Wanderer about this year’s Walk for Life West Coast: This demonstration of the babies’ lives was “one of the most moving moments at the rally,” Pavone told The Wanderer. “. . . . This was a first. And what was so significant about it, as the large crowd was completely silent and the sounds of those heartbeats...

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Planned Parenthood, an Infanticidal Governor, and the KKK

Posted on Feb 1, 2019 in 2019 Speakers, 2019 Walk for Life, Babies Saving Babies, Blog, Rev. Clenard Childress, Rev. Walter Hoye, Stand Up 4Life, Walk for Life Religious Leaders

The infanticidal governor of Virginia, who last week outraged anyone with a conscience when he publicly said he was OK with letting children be murdered, also received $3 million in campaign help from Planned Parenthood. He is also one of the two men in this 1984 photo showing one man in ‘blackface’ and another man dresses in KKK hood and robes. Almost all pro-lifers are familiar with Margaret Sanger’s association with Planned Parenthood and...

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