Friday, October 08, 2010

Nonprofit Office Administrator Wanted

Put your skills to work and make a joining the lifesaving mission of Hawaii Right to Life!

HRTL is now hiring a part-time Office Administrator for its downtown Honolulu office.

This individual is responsible for all administrative aspects of organizational operations; works with the executive director and board to advance respect for human life from conception to natural death through education, public policy, and political action. A pro-life philosophy and passionate commitment to the organizational mission is essential.

Bookkeeping experience required; Quicken preferred. Administrative experience required, plus donor/client relations or customer service. Background in pro-life advocacy preferred. Strong organizational skills and effective time management critical.

Position offers 19 hours per week with some scheduling flexibility; wage commensurate with experience. Long-term commitment desired. To apply, send resume and cover letter to or fax 808.585.8207. EOE

EWTN Family Prayer - For Those Who Govern Us

Thursday, October 07, 2010

Day 16 of 40 Days for Life: 191 Lives Saved!

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Related link:
40 Days for Life Kailua-Kona

Special Pro-life Presentation & Charity Benefit

Pearson Foundation of Hawaii and Hawaii Right to Life present

The Reverend Monsignor Ignacio Barreiro Carámbula, Chaplain of His Holiness as featured speaker for a special Pro-life Presentation & Charity Benefit

Free admission (calabash offering will be taken), everyone invited!
  • October 22 - St. Ann’s Church, Kaneohe - pupus 5:30, program 6:30PM
  • October 26 - St. Anthony Church, Wailuku - pupus 5:30, program 6:30PM
  • October 27 - Chaminade University Mystic Rose Chapel, Honolulu, noon
  • October 29 - St. Joseph Church, Waipahu - pupus 5:30, program 6:30PM
Noted theologian, author, attorney, and Vatican scholar Msgr. Barreiro will speak about human life and its value in our society. As chaplain to His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI and interim director of Human Life International, he has valuable insights to share about human life and dignity.

His global ministry within the Holy See, as a former U.N. representative, having served along side the Missionaries of Charity of Mother Theresa of Calcutta, and with many others give him a unique perspective on positively influencing our culture for Life.

Volunteers needed! To help at any of these events, call Pearson Foundation of Hawaii, 808.942.0328

"Vegetative State" Patients May Soon Be Able to Communicate

Posted on Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network

( - Researchers from Cambridge University in the UK have been able to communicate with brain-injured patients in "locked states" commonly referred to as persistent vegetative states (PVS). They predict such patients will soon be able to communicate and perhaps even move themselves around in motorized wheelchairs.

Neuroscientist Dr. Adrian Owen and colleagues used electroencephalography (EEG) monitors connected to 128 electrodes in a cap placed on the heads of brain injured patients, and were able to understand responses from them. Read more

Vote for Life Hawai‘i

HawaiianFlag Absentee ballots for our general election will be mailed next week. Vote for Life Hawai'i, a project of Hawaii Right to Life PAC has the information you need to find pro-life candidate endorsements and recommendations! You can also find your district and polling place.

Click here to visit the Vote for Life Hawai'i page.

Best-kept secret of adult stem cells: they are treating multiple sclerosis

by David Prentice,

Washington, DC -- Adult stem cell success treating patients has been noted as “the best-kept secret in the galaxy” by Dr. Jean Peduzzi Nelson of Wayne State University. In her recent Senate testimony she described the case of Barry Goudy, who had relapsing-remitting MS. Barry had numerous relapses and medication was not helping his condition.

He was treated as part of a study conducted at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago and received his own adult stem cells in 2003. His MS symptoms disappeared in 4 months, and he continues to be symptom free today.

Barry is not a single case. Results were published in 2009 in Lancet Neurology by Burt and colleagues, where they reported that they had reversed the neurological dysfunction of early-stage multiple sclerosis patients. As Dr. Burt noted:

“This is the first time we have turned the tide on this disease.” Read more

Sunday, October 03, 2010

General Election 2010 Voter Guide Available

Want to see a side-by-side comparison of the candidates?

The 2010 Hawai'i General Election Survey of Candidates is now available, sponsored by Hawaii Family Forum and Hawaii Catholic Conference. Includes questions on life issues and other topics of interest to Hawai'i voters asked of candidates for the U.S. Congress, Governor, Lt. Governor, State Legislature, and the State Boards of Education. Click here and select "download" to view the survey.

Day 12 of 40 Days for Life: vigils, traffic jams, lifting the fog

“I was adopted,” he said. “If it weren’t for people like you, I would be dead!” Read more

Related links
40 Days for Life
40 Days for Life Kailua-Kona