Friday, December 5, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
I love you Joseph Hevron Burke!!
Monday, November 24, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
Friday, November 14, 2008
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Monday, November 10, 2008
Feminists Choosing Life of New York sign by the famous statue.
I am shown in the center during the re-enactment. Our costumes were beautiful.
People lining up to sign the declaration despite the rain.
Everyone at the signing and the re-enactment.
One more thing to consider: we must fight for the Right to Life for the unborn child and while we fight we must also work for the good of those unborn children once they are born. Those children become toddlers, preschoolers, school agers, teens, young adults, mature adults, elderly, etc.
Saturday, November 8, 2008
Thursday, November 6, 2008
What are you waiting for?
Ask God for His guidance and to know His Will so that you have all the tools you need to get started on making the world a better place!
Blessed be God Forever!
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Monday, November 3, 2008
Sunday, November 2, 2008
Recalling 2008 marks the 160th anniversary of the Declaration of Sentiments written for the First Woman’s Rights Convention at Seneca Falls, New York as well as the 60th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, Feminists Choosing Life of New York presents a compilation of human rights documents and pro-life feminist philosophies related to a consistent life ethic and wherein opposes abortion ,euthanasia, the death penalty and embryonic stem cell research as violations of basic human rights and,
It is the right and duty of every woman, equally with man, to promote every righteous cause by every righteous means, and especially in regard to her children and their security of life and happiness.[i]
Whereas the child by reason of his or her physical and mental immaturity, needs special safeguards and care, including appropriate legal protection before as well as after birth.[ii]
Whereas the woman, by reason of her child bearing capacity needs special safeguards and care thus seeks legal protection and accommodation for said capacity, in the home, workplace, and society[iii],
Therefore let it be hereby resolved that
"Every Human being has the inherent right to life. This right shall be protected by law. No one shall arbitrarily be deprived of his or her life”[iv]
Women and their children must not accept their current situation when they are deprived of special care and assistance they need[v]. (Art. 25).
Women must have full legal protection against those who take the life of her child.3
Women and children shall be free from violence at home and in public and be assured full legal protection against those who threaten the life of a woman or her children.3
Women and children must have full legal protection against all forms of non-consensual sex3.
Women and children shall have full access to affordable health care including pre and post natal care.3
Women and children must have full access to quality, affordable child-care and after-school care.3
Women and children must have access to affordable, appropriate campus housing for all parenting students.3
Sentences of death shall not be carried out on pregnant women.**** (International Convention of Civil and Political Rights.5 (Art. 5)
The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State.5(Art. 16)
[i] Declaration of Sentiments
[ii] UN Preamble Declaration of the Rights of the Child
[iii] Feminists Choosing Life of New York
[iv] Article 6: The American Declaration on the Rights of the Child
[v] Declaration of the Rights of the Child
NOW (National Organization of Women) will hold their convention at the Holiday Inn in Seneca Falls this same weekend and their BIGGEST agenda is pro-abortion/choice.
Saturday, November 1, 2008
Friday, October 31, 2008
Thursday, October 30, 2008
The Westchester Institute for Ethics and the Human Person ed officially publish their inaugural White Paper – When Does Human Life Begin?– A Scientific Perspective authored by Senior Fellow Maureen Condic, Ph.D. This paper describes scientifically and logically that life begins and can only begin at the moment of conception with conception described as the moment the sperm cell enters the cell wall of the egg.
Not at heart beat, brain waves, implantation in the uterus, or any other arbitrary point in the continuum of human life.
The faithful Christian in general and Catholics in particular see no conflict between science and Faith because all truth stems from the One who referred to Himself as the “…the way, the truth and the life.” (Jn 14:6). The truth of the matter at hand, demonstrated in this paper, is that a human person, self-directing his life and development is present the moment the sperm penetrates the egg. For centuries, people of faith and people of good will have taken this fact on faith or on the “word of any medical text”. Here today, in one place are the details, laid out by a professional biologist ratifying scientifically a point we have always known by faith.
This of course, does not end the abortion discussion. It does, however, better define what we are discussing - that scientifically, this is and can only be a human life from the first instance of sperm and egg union.
The Westchester Institute is indeed proud to present this paper at no charge on our website at http://www.westchesterinstitute.net/
Daniel F. Kane
Institute Fellow & Special Assistant for Operations
The Westchester Institute for Ethics
& the Human Person
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
God Bless and thank you!
Blessed Be God Forever!
Don't forget your Rosary for Life today!!
Friday, October 17, 2008
By Campbell Brown CNN
Editor's note: Campbell Brown anchors CNN's "Campbell Brown: Election Center" at 8 p.m. ET Mondays through Fridays. She delivered this commentary during the "Cutting through the Bull" segment of Thursday night's broadcast.
CNN's Campbell Brown says the candidates should spend their campaign money helping the homeless. (would it not speak volumes about the character of a person that stopped unfunding their political adds and started feeding the poor and homeless???? Think about it.)
NEW YORK (CNN) -- In the middle of an economic crisis, with a lot of Americans worried to death about how they are going to pay their bills, our two presidential candidates are about to spend an astonishing amount of money kicking the "you know what" out of each other on national television.
This year they are breaking all records in terms of the amount of money spent and the number of negative ads. (yes, spending money where it is needed most-- with the poor--is the best way to run a campgain, I think).
A study by the Wisconsin Advertising Project at the University of Wisconsin at Madison says the campaigns will spend a combined $30 million dollars a week on ads between now and Election Day, the vast majority, negative.
Why? According to one quote, "Arguing about personal associations pales in comparison to the current grim economic news."
Still between now and Election Day, Obama and McCain are going to spend a combined $30 million dollars a week.
So I'm going to throw a crazy idea on the table that I don't think is that crazy. There is a food bank in Provo, Utah, that feeds the homeless. Joalaina Redbird takes her three small children there. They have all three meals there everyday. They became homeless two months ago when her husband lost his construction job. This food bank is running low on supplies; they have issued an emergency call for help. Because of our economic crisis, donations are way down and the number of people they are feeding is way up.
This story is being repeated all over the country. The Northlands Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter in Grand Forks, North Dakota, is bursting at the seams every night with record numbers of homeless showing up needing a place to sleep, again, a result of our economic troubles. And guess what -- these charities are out of money. No one is giving in these tough times.
So, Sen. Obama and Sen. McCain, how about instead of spending that $30 million a week kicking the "you know what" out of each other between now and Election Day, you pool your money and you give it to that food bank in Provo, Utah, so Joalaina Redbird's kids can get three square meals a day until her husband finds another job.
Give the money to that homeless shelter in Grand Forks or any of the hundreds of charities around this country that are trying to help desperate people get through these difficult times.
If you really care about hurting Americans, put your money where your mouth is and spare us three more weeks of negative ads.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Thank you Kathy for getting this started.
The more we pray the more the world will know that Life is precious and murder is wrong!
Blessed be God forever!