Entries Tagged ‘inauguration’

Bishop Tobin won’t attend inauguration of pro-choice governor

by Carder Over the weekend I did receive a formal written invitation to the Inauguration, the courtesy of which I appreciated. However, as previously announced I will be offering Holy Mass at the Cathedral at that same time to ask for Godís blessings upon our state and nation and our public servants. I should add, […]

Aborted babies represented at Obama inauguration

UDPATE: 1/22, 8:40a: Created Equal has posted several photos on Facebook of its outreach protest at President Obama’s inauguration yesterday. His motorcade had to pass the group twice. We pray the photos of the reality of abortion got through and pierced his soul – somehow, some way. Here are two of the best photos. Click to enlarge…

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UDPATE: 1/21, 12:35p: Created Equal’s protest is positioned on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the Navy Memorial. The presidential motorcade passed the group on its way to the Inauguration at the Capitol Building and will pass it again when returning to the White House.

1/21, 12:10p: I was just sent this picture from Mark Harrington of Created Equal.

Thanks to Mark’s team for standing in the gap for babies slaughtered by abortion, and for disallowing President Obama and his followers to forget what they support, even on Inauguration Day.

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Join pro-life protest of Obama inauguration

The most pro-abortion/pro-infanticide president in America’s history will be inaugurated for the second time on January 21, 2013. (In fact, in an ironic twist, the March for Life had to be delayed until January 25 because so many hotel rooms were blocked out for this event.)

Created Equal and Operation Rescue will be co-sponsoring a pro-life protest of Obama’s “hypocritical oath”…

Jivin J’s Life Links 2-17-10

by Times Online has an interesting, but not surprising, article about embryonic stem cells. Proving how politicized everything with ESCR has become, Geron intentionally delayed the application of its embryonic stem cell clinical trial so it could be accepted just after President Obama’s inauguration, because they didn’t want the Bush Administration to receive the credit….

New Stanek WND column, “Top 10 pro-life stories of 2009”

Following are the top 10 stories of greatest impact to the pro-life movement in 2009, in both my opinion and the opinion of my blog readers. I’m listing them in chronological order, not necessarily in order of significance. 1. Jan. 20: Inauguration of President Barack Obama, who was quick to please those hoping pro-lifers were […]

Weekend question

About Pastor Rick Warren’s agreement to give the invocation at President-elect Barack Obama’s inauguration I wrote the other day: As a pro-lifer I’m glad Warren is giving the invocation. I don’t care what ulterior motives Obama has for inviting Warren, such as trying to appear more of a center than left guy…. I’ve seen Warren […]

  

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