Apr 182015
 

40 Days For Life image

 

 

Major Milestone
During this previous 16th Campaign of the International 40 Days for life, the 10,000th  baby was spared from abortion.  40 Days closed with a total of 10,192  babies saved since 2007. Because of you and your commitment, Chester County has been a part of all 16 campaigns.

The students from Regina Luminis Academy and Bishop Shanahan High School  came to Planned Parenthood on March 25th to commemorate the Feast of the Annunciation.  They brought much attention to the conception of Jesus and a reminder that at that very moment Jesus began His redemptive journey for our salvation.

Regina Luminis Students

 

Regina Luminis Students

 

 

Bishop Shanahan Students

 

 

Bishop Shanahan Students

 

 

Please continue your vigils in front of Planned Parenthood, praying that all mothers will receive the grace to welcome their babies no matter the circumstances of their children’s  conceptions.

Thank you for your continually support of the unborn and their families.
Paulette Matthews

(H) 610-286-5450

(C) 484-832-2746

Apr 182015
 

Birthright of Coatesville logoOf Coatesville

Birthright is a pregnancy care center offering women encouragement and nonjudgmental support.  Our mission is to listen to, love and help every woman that enters our office.  Birthright of Coatesville has served over 1000 mothers. By offering support to these women, we were able to uplift their spirits and create loving homes for their new babies.

Birthright of Coatesville will be hosting its third annual “Be A Lifesaver” Benefit on Friday, April 24th from 6-11 pm.  The event will be held at the Wyndham Garden Exton Valley Forge.  The Evening will include Dinner, Silent Auction and Dancing. Cost is $50 per person.  For reservations please call 610-384-3020 or email birthrightofcoatesville@verizon.net.  Please RSVP by April 17, 2014.

Birthright of Coatesville’s, “Be A Lifesaver” needs your help. Please consider supporting our event by donating to our event. Some ideas for donations include, but are not limited to: Tickets to sporting events, Vacation home rental, Themed Baskets, Gift Certificates or services from local businesses.

No donation is too small!  Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions.  610-384-3020 Thank You!

Lisa and Sadie –co-directors

Apr 182015
 

Chester County Women’s Services (CCWS) Medical has announced plans for their annual banquet fundraiser. The event, “Love Grows” is also their 30th Anniversary Celebration and will be held Monday, May 4th from 6 to 9 pm at the Wyndham Garden Inn, 815 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton. “We are looking forward to an inspirational evening at this year’s event as we reflect on how ‘Love Grows’. We will be celebrating the growth of this organization and the privilege it has been to serve Chester County for the past 30 years” said Myriam Ruager, Executive Director of CCWS.  “We are excited to reveal a video project we have been working on that will highlight some of our clients’ powerful experiences here at the center. We will be honoring those who have invested in this organization and we are especially grateful to have Stillman Volvo of West Chester as our lead sponsor.” The evening’s events include a catered dinner, live painting, feature video and presentations about all that is taking place within the organization. Businesses and individuals that wish to be a sponsor or purchase advertising space can contact Gail McAdams, Chester County Women’s Services Medical, P.O. Box 1224, 1028 East Lincoln Highway, Coatesville, PA 19320, email gail@ccwsmedical.org, or call (610) 383-0930.  For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.ccwsmedicalinfo.org/Banquet.html

Apr 182015
 

Presented by Trent Horn, an apologist with Catholic Answers.  There will be two presentations:

Youth   1:30 pm                     Adults  4:00 pm

In these talks Trent shows audiences how to defend Catholic teaching on three tough issues, abortion, same-sex “marriage,” and contraception.  Trent will give you the tools you need to make a powerful, non-religious case against redefining marriage that would include same-sex couples.  Most importantly, you’ll learn how to charitably answer the objections of those who disagree with you and be able to explain why the Church’s positions on marriage, abortion and contraception are reasonable and compassionate.

For more information visit www.saintpeterchurch.net/respect_life.html or

email: respectlife@saintpeterchurch.net

Apr 182015
 

Life News National Steven Ertelt Apr 2, 2015 | 12:21PM Washington, DC
The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Projection Act is the major legislative goal for the pro-life movement in Congress. Under Roe, a complete abortion ban is not possible until the Supreme Court’s makeup is changed by electing a new pro-life president.

Therefore, the pro-life bill, which bans abortions after 20 weeks based on scientific evidence that unborn babies feel in tense pain at least at 20 weeks, if not earlier, would prohibit abortions nationwide after that time.

The good news for the pro-life movement is that every single potential Republican presidential candidate has endorsed the legislation — with pro-life Gov. Chris Cristie and pro-life doctor Ben Carson having joined other possible candidates in endorsing the measure.

“I’m encouraged to report that the Republican field is now unified: both Dr. Ben Carson and Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) have joined the list of possible candidates to publicly support this pro-life bill,” says Marjorie Dannenfelser of the Susan B. Anthony List. “Both men called on Congress to move swiftly to advance the federal legislation which has been delayed since January. This nationwide law would save an estimated 15,000-18,000 children a year.”

Dannenfelser said the legislation, the brainchild of the National Right to Life Committee, would have a tremendous pro-life effect. Although, if approved in Congress, the bill would be vetoed by pro-abortion President Barack Obama, that would set the stage for the 2016 campaign — where any of the pro-life presidential candidates would likely take on pro-abortion Hillary Clinton.

“The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act is compassionate legislation that would protect babies from brutal abortions after 20 weeks, or five months of pregnancy. If enacted into law, it would save approximately 15,000 babies every year from brutal, painful deaths,” she said. “This common-sense proposal is supported by a majority of Americans, most especially among women. It is changing hearts and minds as we work to protect ALL unborn children and their mothers from the horrors of abortion.”

To read the statements from each potential candidate, listed alphabetically by last name, go to the Susan B. Anthony List:
http://www.sba-list.org/wheredotheystand2016

Apr 182015
 

                         EVENTS IN APRIL

    24     Coatesville Birthright Banquet **

    26     LL&S talk on Tough Moral Issues **

    26     Reading March for Life **

   

                          EVENTS IN MAY

2     Helpers of God’s Precious Infants

4     CCWS 30th Anniversary Banquet **

7    National Day of Prayer