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A Sidewalk Turnaround

As Kathryn mentions below, a couple to whom Kim had given a brochure in front came out of PP and sat a while on the bench in back; both Kim and Bentley called to them and they eventually came walking out the driveway and asked, “Where do we go?”  They had an ultrasound inside which showed the baby at 21 weeks, too far along for PP to do an abortion.  But they refused to tell them if the baby was a boy or girl.  (Amy tells us that PP makes clients sign a form stating that they will not be shown the ultrasound... lest they change...

View from the Side Walk

Not a whole lot of people entered the front entrance where a number of us stood to counsel and to pray - two couples, two single women, and one woman dropped off. Most noteworthy was a situation with a very young, scared looking woman who when approaching the building was quickly surrounded by two escorts. Theresa and I attempted to talk to her and did our best, but the woman escort, a regular, grabbed her by the arm and steered her past us into the door of PP. I would have talked to Steve (and maybe still will), but the other escort present (our doctor "friend" - a reasonable fellow), quickly...

Days at the Capital

Just got back from Catholic Days at the Capitol.  Visited with Senator Gruters and Rep. James Buchanan.  Both received us very graciously in their offices and we were able to talk to them about the Parental Consent Bill.  Gruters is a sponsor of the bill and Buchanan is co-sponsoring it.  We heard the debate in the Senate Chamber.  Most enlightening.  Senator Farmer argued that it would cost $250,000 to raise a child; so if a parent were not to give their consent, they should be made to sign an agreement to underwrite the unborn child's cost of living. (Can't make this stuff up!)  Senator Burman argued...

Christians Have a Duty to Protect Babies From AbortionsDr. Robb Brunansky

As we mark the 50th anniversary of the recently overturned Roe v Wade decision from the U.S. Supreme Court, all Christians should realize the continued urgency to prioritize the defense of the unborn. We understand that we are living in a dark, evil time, and there is an all-out war on the family; and that war is especially being waged against children. The opportunity has never been greater to protect life. Over the past fifty years, we have legalized murder of children in most states in this country. In fact, just until last year because of Roe v. Wade, our government...

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Christians Have a Duty to Protect Babies From AbortionsDr. Robb Brunansky

As we mark the 50th anniversary of the recently overturned Roe v Wade decision from the U.S. Supreme Court, all Christians should realize the continued urgency to prioritize the defense of the unborn. We understand that we are living in a dark, evil time, and there is an all-out war on the family; and that war is especially being waged against children. The opportunity has never been greater to protect life. Over the past fifty years, we have legalized murder of children in most states in this country. In fact, just until last year because of Roe v. Wade, our government...

South Carolina AG Asks State Supreme Court to Uphold Heartbeat Law Banning AbortionsMicaiah Bilger

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson urged the state Supreme Court on Monday to reconsider its decision to strike down a law that protects unborn babies from abortion once their heartbeat is detectable. Wilson’s office filed the petition Monday in response to the 3-2 ruling by the South Carolina Supreme Court earlier this month, News 19 reports. The court ruled that the pro-life law violates the state constitutional right to privacy in response to a lawsuit from Planned Parenthood. “We respectfully disagree with the court’s decision and believe the intent of the South Carolina Constitution is clear,” Wilson said in a statement....

Abortion Activists Vandalize Catholic Church’s Pro-Life BannersMicaiah Bilger

Pro-life Catholics offered compassion and prayers for an unknown individual who vandalized two pro-life banners at St. Stephen Catholic Church last week in Riverview, Florida. On Thursday, church leaders said the vandal destroyed two banners with red paint, covering up the message that read, “Abortion stops a beating heart,” according to Patch Florida. One banner was painted with the phrase “Women’s body, women’s choice” and the other with “Pro-choice, save the mom.” The display also included several hundred flags that represent the children whose lives have been destroyed by abortion. In a video, a church spokesman said the local sheriff’s office is...

Pro-Life Group Wants Republicans to Investigate 250 Cases of Pro-Abortion ViolenceMicaiah Bilger

A leading Catholic pro-life organization urged Republican Congressional leaders Monday to launch an investigation into the wave of violence that has targeted pro-life organizations and churches in the past year. In a letter to U.S. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, Catholic League president Bill Donohue expressed frustration at the “reluctance” from the FBI and Department of Justice to take action. “In my role as president of the nation’s largest Catholic civil rights organization, I am asking you to convene an investigation into the reluctance of the Department of Justice and the FBI to pursue those who have...

Jury Finds Mark Houck Not Guilty on Bogus Biden Admin ChargesSteven Ertelt

A Philadelphia jury has found pro-life father Mark Houck not guilty on both counts in the case of the bogus charges the Biden administratoon filed against him. Houck is facing bogus charges that he violated the federal FACE law when he was helping women outside an abortion center. An abortion business escort accosted and bullied his son and Houck stepped in to stop it – and, in doing so, the older abortion center volunteer fell down. Houckl could have faced over a decade in prison if he was found guilty. But a jury today reached a not guilty verdict...

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