Saturday, May 22, 2010

The Great Prayer Project - End Abortion

The Great Prayer Project is a Pro-Life Prayer Movement that is focused on uniting Christians from around the world in one prayer, in one voice, for one cause. We believe that prayer is a very effective and powerful tool in the fight to save innocent lives. Being Pro-Lifers as well as Christians, we believe there is nothing greater we can do then organize a prayer movement that has the ability to bring so many Pro-Life Christians together as one.

We have set up this prayer movement so individuals can select a twenty minute time slot to pray during. Think 20 minutes is too long to pray? We have come up with some prayer tips to pray for an end to abortions to help you meet this 20 minute goal. You will find out that it's much simpler than you might think.
Read the rest here.

Thanks to Homeschool Goodies

Friday, May 21, 2010

Schedule of 40 Days for Life prayer events

40 Days for Life Honolulu has scheduled every-other-Saturday prayer gatherings around the island in front of health care facilities. Let us gather in faith and unity to proclaim the will of God; to stand in the gap in repentance so that the Lord will heal our land.

Invite your friends, family and church members. Forward this invitation to your prayer groups. Bring your signs, banners, rosaries, and Bibles. Let us not waver in our determination to be found faithful at Christ's return.

40 Days for Life Prayer Gathering Schedule

May 22 Saturday at 9:00am
Queen's Medical Center, meet on grassy area in front of lobby.
Metered parking across the street in Health Dept lot at Punchbowl and King.

June 12 Saturday at 9:00am
Planned Parenthood at 1350 S. King Street.
Metered street parking available on King.

June 26 Saturday at 9:00am
Hawaii Women's Healthcare at 94-216 Farrington Hwy
Coming from town, right after Leoole St. and Suzies Adult Store
Turn into mall parking lot

July 24 Saturday at 9:00am
Castle Medical Center, meet in parking lot in front of lobby
Free parking in lot.

May God bless you mightily and heed your fervent prayers,
40 Days for Life Honolulu Team

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Over 30% of Euthanasia Cases in Belgian Region Did Not Give Consent: Study

Most were undergoing medical treatment with the hope of a cure for their illness.

Read article from LifeSiteNews.

Legislative Mendacity: Bill to Legalize Federal Funding of Cloning Pretends to be a Ban

Wednesday, May 19, 2010, 9:49 AM
Wesley J. Smith | Secondhand Smoke

Biotechnology has not been much in the news lately. Adult stem cell successes continue to be ignored by media and induced pluripotent stem cell research continues apace. There are no human trials approved for embryonic stem cells–despite years of promises by Geron and others, “Wait until next year!” Indeed, once the media lost its “destroy Bush!” obsession with the election of President Obama, who revoked Bush’s funding policy, the issue pretty much disappeared from the public discourse.

But it will be back. As I have repeatedly stated, the real agenda here isn’t stem cells. It is human cloning. But that sector has not thrived due to technical difficulties and the inability to engage in mass cloning due to a paucity of human eggs. But someday that may change. And when it does, billions and billions (as the late Carl Sagan used to say) of your dollars will be needed to pay for it. Read more.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Nurses Needed for Pro-Life Educational Presentations

Hawaii Right to Life needs nurses willing to volunteer to make educational presentations about pre-natal human development to middle and high school students. Training is provided, and scheduling is flexible. If you're interested, please contact our office at 808.585.8205.

Monday, May 17, 2010

The humanist case against euthanasia

"If you’re opposed to legalising a ‘right to die’, people assume you must be a religious crank. But not all of us are."

spiked editor Brendan O’Neill was invited to the South Place Ethical Society at Conway Hall in London to debate assisted dying with Dignity in Dying, Care Not Killing, and others. His speech is published here.

The Bishop, The Nun, The Mother and Child

In the case of the latae sententiae excommunication (automatic excommunication by one’s formal participation) of Sister Margaret McBride, administrator at Saint Joseph’s Hospital, Phoenix Arizona, who approved the abortion of an 11-week baby because the mother was suffering from the often fatal condition in pregnancy of Pulmonary Hypertension (PHT), we simply do not know all of the facts to hold a rational discussion.

So I propose that we do just that as the antidote to the vitriol that has swept the web these past few days: Hold a rational discussion...
Read the rest here at Coming Home

Abortion Horror Story: Aborted baby cries before cremation

AN aborted baby declared dead by doctors in south China's Guangdong Province cried before he was due to be cremated, but died hours later as doctors refused to treat him.

Read more: Shanghai Daily


Sunday, May 16, 2010