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This is our answer to the pro-life ad released by catholicvote.com - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2CaBR3z85c&eurl
The Roving Reporter catches Fr. Thomas Vander Woude at his parish, Queen of the Apostles, in Alexandria, VA. He relates his vocation story, starting with a good, prayerful family life. He then tells of the recent, tragic death of his father who died saving his brother who has Down Syndrome and the amazing number of people who were inspired to noble action by this news. Listen to this pro-life, pro-family, inspirational story.
After the 36th Annual March for Life yesterday, our Roving Reporter stayed on in DC to attend some of the post-March conferences and get some interviews with the famous Pro-Life celebrities giving presentations at the conferences. Today friar Roderic was very blessed to be able to talk to Alan Keyes - a presidential candidate in the 2000 election and an incredibly gifted speaker.
Have you heard of Red Envelope Day? Pro-life people are sending red envelopes to the President on March 31. The red envelope represents the life of an unborn child who died in an abortion. Find out more on Learn2Discern! Distributed by Tubemogul.
Free-D (www.free-d.org.uk), the campaign that promotes free debate, discussion and discourse in universities has created a series of videos aimed at provoking students to get involved in the discussion around free debate in universities.
The films ask the question: should there be a limit to free debate? Shot in a ‘talking heads’ style, they characterise views that are widely considered to be extreme or controversial among large parts of the UK population, including homophobia, xenophobia, animal rights and pro-life.
If you are interested, have an opinion or want to know more you can log onto the Free-D website. There you can read and comment on others’ views and enter a journalism competition to win a laptop or video camera and a day at The Guardian offices.
Free-D also welcomes video submissions from the public, which it will host on the campaign website. So pick up your mobile or camcorder and get shooting! You can also contribute to the debate by commenting on the videos listed on the campaign YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/JoinFreeD)
A spokesperson for the Free-D campaign said: “If there’s one place that ideas should be discussed openly and freely, it’s in our universities. These are the places in which concepts are born, destroyed, and reconceived; the small stage for the big ideas of the day, where students can argue and declaim in the knowledge that they are doing what students are supposed to do.
“At least that’s the commonly held ideal. But is it a reality? The Free-D campaign is about students exploring for themselves what free debate is and what it should be.”
Is free debate a basic right? Can it ever cause more harm than good? Should extremist views be given a platform?
The catholics are well known for being "pro-life" Why invite a well known "pro-murderer of little ones to their prestigious university to speak at their graduation ceremony and then honor him with a law degree?
An excerpt from the new movie, "What's the Matter with Kansas?" The recently-murdered Dr. Tiller of Wichita was a lightning rod for controversy because he was one of very few doctors in the U.S. who would perform third-trimester abortions. He was also a defiant foe of the Pro-Life movement. In 1991, protests at Tiller's clinic and others in WIchita mushroomed into a conservative takeover of Kansas' Republican Party. Viewing abortion as murder proved incredibly galvanizing in Wichita, motivating many people who'd never been involved in politics before. Tragically, the flip side of this worldview - any means may be justified to stop a mass-murderer - led to Tiller's shooting death on May 31, 2009. This act was widely condemned by activists on all sides of the abortion issue.
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A video from the Pro Life display at UCF
In the United Kingdom, pro-life groups are outraged over a commercial that aired recently for an organization that provides abortion services. Christian groups say the ad is misleading and potentially illegal... The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN http://www.cbn.com
The vote is drawing near on Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court. In this video Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director for Priests for Life discusses why Kagan should not be confirmed. Kagan supports legal abortion and as followers of the pro life movement we should let our voices be heard and support the vote that Kagan should not be confirmed. For more information about the campaign against abortion visit www.priestsforlife.com.
http://www.PriestsForLife.org Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, continues in our reflections on praying to end abortion. On our website at http://www.PriestsforLife.org/Prayers, you will find a wealth of resources to use in Sacred Liturgy, prayer services, and daily devotions. We have pro-life prayers for all liturgical seasons and major and minor feasts as well as prayers composed specifically for a variety of intentions linked with the sanctity of life, including a litany for life.
http://www.PriestsForLife.org A heartfelt thank you to all of you who helped to elect pro-life candidates yesterday! Your hard work has made all the difference to the level of protection we can give to unborn children in the next few years. Our work is not done, however. We need to lobby our newly elected officials to ensure that they work with us to build a society that protects and honors life. For specific, concrete ways to do this, join me on http://PoliticalResponsibility.org.