Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world. ~Desmond Tutu
Katie did her “little bit of good” by holding her Bi- annual Diaper Drive!
Thank You to everyone who did their “little bit of good” by DONATING!!!
The Grand Totals are: 974 diapers, 230 wipes and 204 dollars!!
I think every woman who believes she is alone, would be overwhelmed by the support that is available to her and her baby!
I am asking you to do alittle moreof a “little bit of good”…the 40 Days for Life peaceful, prayerful Vigil is only 3 weeks away and the vigil calendar is about half full… Can you do your little bit of good by signing up individually for a 2 hour shift once a week? Or commit your church to a 4 hour time slot? email me: firstname.lastname@example.org order Flyers and Bulletin inserts! click HERE to view
Let’s overwhelm our city by putting our little bits of good together and fill all 480 hours of this vigil before September 15th!
The Grand Totals are: 974 diapers, 230 wipes and $204!!
LABOR DAY DIAPER DRIVE
WHEN:SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2017
7 AM TO 7 PM
WHERE: LIBERTY AVE. DOWNTOWN PITTSBURGH
OUTSIDE PLANNED PARENTHOOD (933 Liberty Avenue)
WHY: Imagine if every woman who believes she is alone and has no support could see first hand the help that there is available for her and her baby. Be a visible sign of God’s love. Please donate and come to praysilently.
Bridge the gap between the pregnancy center and the women.
Per Simon and Garfunkel- be that “bridge over troubled water”
Donations benefit WCN and CURA. Financial donations can be made directly to WCN, CURA, or a crisis pregnancy center of your choice. Tell them Katie sent you!!
On Saturday, September 9, pro-life Americans throughout the country gathered at the gravesites of aborted babies and other memorial sites. Dedicated in their honor for the fourth annual National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children.
Solemn vigils were held at these sites to commemorate the more than 55 million children who have lost their lives to legal abortion since 1973, and to remind our society of the humanity of the unborn child.
Event: National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children
When: Saturday, September 9, following the noon mass
Oakland section of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Craig Street
We gathered today(9/9) for a beautiful service Remembering the Victims of Abortion…the babies. The service was held at St. Paul Cathedral where one of thee permanent monuments is. The service was led by Fr. Kris Stubna, Pastor of St. Paul’s. Mark Sullivan, from St. Paul’s Pro-Life group organized the event. Members from 40 Days, the Magee Project and Pro-lifers from across the Diocese were present. We hope to advertise sooner and more wide spread next year. Charlene
Thanks to Charlene for reporting and contacting Father Kris. One voice makes a difference!!!