Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Hawaii's Abortion Experiment, Sign Waving and Planned Parenthood



The following is from pro-life activist Catholic mom Susan Duffy:

Aloha Friends,

Tonight EWTN (Eternal World Television Network) reported on Hawaii's abortion experiment.  Jason Jones was interviewed and really did a great job.  EWTN typically uploads their news program to youtube after they've aired so if you missed it tonight, you should be able to find it here: 


This brings me to my invitation to sign wave in front of Planned Parenthood this Friday, May 15, 2015.  We will be out there from 2-4 PM.  


Who:  You!  “Fathers and Mothers for Children” wants you!
What:  Sign Waving 
When:  Friday, May 15th, 2015 from 2-4 PM
Where: 1350 S. King Street (Planned Parenthood Hawaii office is here)
Why:  To bring awareness to the community about Planned Parenthood 

                                             Signs, water and snacks will be provided!  Street parking
MAHALO to Sponsors!
 Art and Peggy Hannemann & “Fathers and Mothers for Children”

Planned Parenthood has a long track record of undermining parents, luring young people into unhealthy sexual behavior, and above all, taking the lives of unborn babies through abortion.  Planned Parenthood is the nation's largest abortion provider taking the lives of a quarter million babies every year. In 2014 Planned Parenthood received $540.6 million in taxpayer dollars. 

Alliance Defending Freedom has a free brochure that outlines the differences between what Planned Parenthood says and what they actually do.


Please come down if you have some time on Friday to support those who are bringing to light what this organization does.  We will only be out there for a couple of hours but you don't have to stay the entire time.  If you could just come out for a little while it would be greatly appreciated.  If you can't make it, please pray for those who will be out there with signs.  Ultimately, this is a spiritual battle.

Thanks and hope to see you there!

God bless,

Susan

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