INCLUSION BEGINS WITH THE UNBORN– The prophets made it very clear what happens when the unborn are not protected. Don’t take my word for it. Take God’s WORD for it.
they have forsaken Me and have made this an alien place and have
burned sacrifices in it to other gods, that neither they nor their
forefathers nor the kings of Judah had ever known, and because they
have filled this place with the blood of the innocent. . . .I will
cause them to fall by the sword before their enemies and by the hands
of those who seek their lives.” (Jeremiah. 19:4-7)
Those who know Jesus know the power of Jesus’ two-edged sword. It is His Word.
3198 babies have been killed at Planned Parenthood 933 Liberty Avenue in 2015. Open 4 days a week for abortions, that they admit to, PP has spilled the blood of the truly innocent. Prayer and fasting is needed to rid this town of the scourge of abortion. Witness and reaching out to the ignorant about abortion is most necessary.
Inclusion is a catch term these days. Planned Parenthood includes all the pre-born as targets for abortion. Pro-aborts, PP, do a particularly good job of targeting certain populations because their founder, Margaret Sanger was a eugenicist. Google’s definition: Eugenics (/juːˈdʒɛnɪks/; from Greek εὐγενής eugenes “well-born” from εὖ eu, “good, well” and γένος genos, “race, stock, kin”) is a set of beliefs and practices that aims at improving the genetic quality of the human population. Read PP’s website to see who has been awarded the Margaret Sanger Award.
Planned Parenthood also targets populations within the pre-born population. They are playing at being God and destroying precious life.
This blog is dedicated to two populations that are huge targets of the abortion industry. Remembering Alan, Kathleen, Conner and Abraham whose lives have enriched mine- are not pictured in this blog
Chloe’s Law-is giving the unborn a better chance.
Find out about a man who is dedicating his life to the rights of the Down’s Syndrome babies in utero. Read about Chloe’s law.
Also read this:
BlackGenocide.org an excerpt from the website ”
“Minority women constitute only about 13% of the female population (age 15-44) in the United States, but they underwent approximately 36% of the abortions. According to the Alan Guttmacher Institute, black women are more than 5 times as likely as white women to have an abortion. On average, 1,876 black babies are aborted every day in the United States.” (The Guttmacher Institute is pro-abortion and admits the statistics.)
40 Days for Life when and where two and more are gathered in prayer, bringing the love of God to the sidewalk in front of a very busy abortion facility.
Barbara takes the early shift on Fridays:
Arriving at PP, I noticed that Marian and Diane were already unloading our supplies. Just after they left, Al arrived and stayed for my shift. He is such a gift.
“Talking about abortion is so yesterday. The Supreme Court settled that once and for all. Move on!”
If you really believe that, come and stand with us. Give a “long loving look” (I forget who said that first) at the faces of the people passing by. Some don’t care or wonder who we are. Some look angry or annoyed. But some other people…women…look just awful! I would say they look haunted. They turn away as much as they can and soldier by.
…if he turns away from his sin and does what is right…none of the sins he committed shall be held against him….Ezekiel 33.
Why should someone carry the awful sin of abortion when they regret it so? That is so yesterday!
I hope my wearing the “Silent No More” placard will help someone to dare to choose life for herself, even as she mourns the loss of the child she aborted.
Barbara, Shift Manager
Marshall reports on the 9-11 shift:
The 9 to 11 a.m. shift was blessed because Our God is so good. I wondered if I would make into the “burgh” on time from “Steubie”, but I was early which was a good start! Many came out from Steubenville, St. John Neumann Church and Holy Sepulcher in the Pittsburgh area. We joined into group prayers like the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and some private prayer as well. Prayers for the workers at the clinic!
Maria stood as shift manager for life from 11:30 -1:30:
Hi! shift went well – Parishioners from Holy Sepulcher Church were with me for the entire shift (Regina took pictures ). One woman accused use of harassing Planned Parenthood customers and was very angry. Another women came and told us she was 12 weeks pregnant and even though her pregnancy was unplanned she was keeping the baby. We provided her with fetal development and resource literature. Marie H.
Regina R. reports from 1:30- 3
Friday September 30th shift 1:30-3:00
It was so nice to be greeted by the familiar faces of Robert, Gretchen and Rick from Holy Seplucher in Butler, as they returned to participate In yet another (sadly necessary) 4O Days For Life Campaign!
Shift Manager, Marie’s kind smile and warm spirit encouraged me to take up the cross for life once again as I donned my badge and sign to begin my shift.
My dear friend and courageous warrior for Life, Pastor Bryan, whom God sent our way, as he generously, stood for 4 hours at 933 Liberty Ave. The love and joy, which he emanates, stands in vivid contrast to the dark happenings going on at this location, just one of his many Mission fields.
After catching up with Pastor, Gretchen and I we are graced with the opportunity to join him as he prayed and sang beautiful blessings over a lovely pregnant woman named Serena. Her glowing smile spoke to her joyful anticipation of her daughter who is due in December. We told her what a wonderful witness to the joy of motherhood she was and encouraged her to bring her baby to see us during our Lenten Campaign (should the sad need for it still remain)
Gretchen and I prayed a meditative rosary before being joined by Ann, and Pro-Life veteran teenagers, Nate and Esther from Saints Peter and Paul in Beaver. Once Joe B. arrived to fill in as shift Manager for Nikki, we all prayed The Divine Mercy Chaplet together for the closing of 933 Liberty Ave.
Thanks everyone for your prayerful witness to the sanctity and value of every human life!
Nikki our Coordinator takes her place 3- 5
I had a very hectic day today and knew I would be late for my 3 to 5 shift, so my wonderful husband Joe graciously agreed to fill in for me for the 3 PM hour. It was nice to see him praying with the group from Beaver and a man from Indiana when I arrived.
Since we, as a team, are praying for the closure of this Planned Parenthood and for the conversion of the staff, and this is day eight of our nine-day prayer, I got on my knees and prayed to the divine mercy of Jesus. I am trusting God, that his Will be done. We have seen such wonderful blessings these first three days already! God is good! I had a soggy, but wonderful, shift praying with these wonderful people. Thank you everyone for your sacrifice on the sidewalk today! As I was driving home after my shift, there was the most beautiful, humongous, brilliant rainbow arced all the way across the sky! Jesus I trust in You! Nikki
Pat closes the Friday vigil from 5 pm to 7 pm!
The 5 PM shift started with a deluge-type rain, which gave way to normal rain for about the next hour. Towards the end, however, we had some sun with the rain which resulted in a nice rainbow over the federal building.
There was a beautiful double rainbow surrounding Pittsburgh early this evening like the one in this picture. God uses the rainbow to remind us of His promise. He is not exclusive. But we have to remember that it wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark. Those who did not believe God’s messenger perished. Each life is precious because He made each living person. He gives us all a chance to get into His boat!
We stand UNITED for life. Check out the 40 Days for Life national website to learn more about the thousands of people across America and around the world who are also praying, fasting and reaching out to their communities to end abortion.