Saturday, October 23, 2010
The 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 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
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.
For more information or to volunteer at any of these events, call The Pearson Foundation of Hawaii, 808.942.0328
Friday, October 22, 2010
Many of you will recognize Dr. Stepanek's son Mattie. Caution: Sometimes a tear-jerker.
Very pro-life witness of a mother who suffered the loss of all her children.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
"Medically unethical, immoral, impractical, illegal and potentially lethal research on human subjects. Whatever happened to "never again"?Read editorial at Freedom2Care.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Can you help?
Russ & Jill Amerling
National Publicity Coordinators
Choose Life, Inc.
PO Box 830152
Ocala, FL 34483-0152
Cell: 352 624-2854
Office: 352 624-2978
Toll Free Fax: 866 850-8572
Toll Free Phone: 877 454-1203
Monday, October 18, 2010
Read article on HawaiiFreePress.com
Cam Cavasso for U.S. Senate
Authorized and posted by Hawaii Right to Life PAC, not by any candidate or candidate's committee
The Guardian (UK)
The old, ill, mute and frail will be deemed expendable if assisted suicide is legalised, a thinktank says today. Society's most vulnerable risk being bullied into an early death by greedy or uncaring relatives or bureaucrats, according to a study published by the Centre for Policy Studies. Full article
Sunday, October 17, 2010
Put your skills to work and make a difference...by 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 email@example.com or fax 808.585.8207. EOE
By Peter J. Smith
EDINBURGH, United Kingdom, October 15, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – International singing phenomenon Susan Boyle has revealed in a new autobiography that doctors had told her mother to abort her, because they thought the pregnancy was risky.
Boyle soared to stardom in April 2009 after appearing on the UK television program, Britain’s Got Talent, when the plain-looking Scotswoman shocked audiences with a powerful rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream” from the musical version of Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables.
But the 49-year-old native of Blackburn, a village in West Lothian, Scotland would never have dreamed the dream of singing on the international stage, if her mother had agreed to abort her on the advice of doctors.
In her autobiography, The Woman I Was Born To Be, Boyle reveals that doctors recommended a “termination” to Bridget Boyle, who already was a mother of eight children, because they feared physical complications.
Boyle reveals that her mother rejected this advice as “unthinkable” since she was a “devout Catholic.” Read more