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Father Frank Pavone: Mobilize Those Who Oppose Late-term Abortion

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Date: August 1, 2011

Contact: Andre Kim

GERMANTOWN, MD. — In a keynote address Saturday, July 30, that opened the Summer of Mercy 2.0, Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, said the nine-day protest outside the office of late-term abortionist Leroy Carhart will “put a spotlight on the type of abortion most people oppose.”

Speaking to several hundred people at Covenant Life Church, Father Pavone said poll after poll show the majority of Americans oppose abortion beyond the first trimester.

“Most people – even those who call themselves ‘pro-choice’ — are closer to our position than to that of Carhart,” he said. “But who is mobilizing those who would oppose what Carhart is doing? No one. We need to focus the attention of Americans to the reality of what Carhart does.”

Father Pavone distributed literature with quotes from late-term abortionists that leave no doubt about the nature of the brutal procedure, and urged those fighting abortion to do so using the words of the abortionists themselves as found in medical textbooks and court testimony.

Father Pavone also called for prayers for Carhart, so he will realize himself that what he is doing is wrong, the way the late Bernard Nathanson was converted to the pro-life cause.

“Let us pray and work that the day will come when Leroy Carhart will be the next Bernard Nathanson,” he said. “This week is going to make history in the pro-life movement.”

In the attached photo, Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, greets Father Francis Martin, the founder of Father Francis Martin Ministries, at Covenant Life Church, Gaithersburg, Md, for the kick-off of the Summer of Mercy 2.0.

Priests for Life is the nation’s largest Catholic pro-life organization dedicated to ending abortion and euthanasia. For more information, visit Priests for Life.

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Pro-Life: From Conception to Natural Death

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

What does it mean to be Pro-Life?

To me, being pro-life is to be in support of life from the moment of conception to the moment of natural death and everything in between.

This notion that pro-lifers only care about the unborn is ludicrous. The gamut of issues that make up the pro-life movement are so many and varied that no pro-lifer could possibly be active in all of them. Issues like abortion (legislatively, praying at abortion mills, marches for life, investigations, public awareness, and crisis pregnancy centers), life quality of the child (education, health care, nutrition, and family), adoption, stem cell research, cloning, birth control, abortifacients, RU486, death penalty, and euthanasia are all important and need to be addressed. However, no one pro-lifer can address all of these issues by themselves. So they pick a specific issue or two that they feel called to fight for and that is where their focus is directed. It’s silly to then say that they don’t care about any of the other issues.

In a recent debate on NPR’s radio show Tell Me More between Ryan Bomberger, co-founder of The Radiance Foundation, and Rev. Carlton Veazey, President and CEO of Religious Coalition of Reproductive Choice, Rev. Veazey made this very claim and without offering any proof whatsoever. I’m not sure if it was by design or by coincidence but just after the claim was made, the commentator brought the debate to an abrupt end without giving Mr. Bomberger a chance to refute the allegation. So I want to refute it now.

This really got me fired up because I am pro-life and I care about abortion as my main focus but I also care about all other life issues facing our children and even the adults. For example, an abortion not only kills the baby but it also hurts the mother and the father, if he’s in the picture. I’m concerned about the baby and the parents.

If they choose to abort their baby, I still care about the harm that comes to the mother and father. Their healing after the abortion, the increased risks of breast cancer associated with abortion, their increased risks of alcohol and drug abuse, their increased suicidal ideation and attempts.

If they choose keep the baby I care about the future of that baby, their access to a good primary and secondary education, their access to good affordable health care, their ability to have a nutritional diet, access to a good family life, preferably with both parents, etc.

I have been invited to speak out about many different issues like education, family, political issues, and others. I have turned most of them down because I don’t have time to address all of these issues. Does that mean that I don’t care about them? OF COURSE NOT. I do care and so I pray about these issues and for the many groups and organizations fighting for these issues. I’m just one person who feels that I have been called to stand and speak for the unborn and that is my focus.

Being pro-life is not just about abortion. It’s about a way of life, a mindset that God created life and we are created in God’s image. He, and He alone, decides when life will be created and when life will end.

Many in today’s society feel that they get to decide and so they murder or they assist in suicide. I pray for them too as they will have a heavy burden to live with and especially to die with. I pray for their souls that none of the children of His flock may be lost.

Everyone is created in His image and if you look hard enough, you can see the face of Jesus in everyone you meet. But to do this you must not only use your eyes but it requires the use of your heart as well. I see Jesus’ face in the unborn child, in the child with Down syndrome, in the child with a cleft lip, in the woman who just aborted her child, in the homeless man sleeping on the street, in the ones suffering with HIV and Aids, in the dying old woman suffering in great pain, in the prisoner waiting on death row, and in everyone who supports abortion who has been deceived by Satan, the father of lies.

I’m thankful for all the groups and organizations that fight for all these different life issues. God in his infinite wisdom and love has placed a calling in everyone’s heart for different life issues, usually through their life’s experiences. I had two abortions before God opened my eyes and heart to the truth and now I have a special desire to fight for the unborn.

Others fight against cancer because they either had cancer or know someone who does or did. That doesn’t mean that they don’t care about children with disabilities. Still others fight against the death penalty and others against euthanasia. Everyone has a calling if you just listen to your heart.

Being pro-Life is about caring for all life, not just the unborn. So, Rev. Carlton Veazey and all you who claim that we abandon the babies once their born, where is your proof? Don’t just make a blanket statement about pro-lifers. I want to see the proof. And don’t ask me how many babies I’ve adopted. That’s just as much of a cop-out. Nobody can adopt 4000 babies a day which is how many babies are being killed by abortions in America each day.

To listen to the debate over abortion between Ryan Bomberger and Rev. Carlton Veazey click here.

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Shame on the Pro-Abortion Community

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Dear Friends, the pro-abortion community has no shame about lying. This billboard expired, yet they want to say they forced it down. Shame on them. Please visit this blog by prolife colleague Ryan Bomberger.

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Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

The Fluoridegate scandal continues to unravel. All water fluoridation legislation should be repealed in all states that enact fluoridation. Generally people with built-in biases in support of fluoridation have been controlling the discussion about harm from fluorides. The Centers for Disease Control has clearly been trying to preserve fluoridation at all costs, but the facts about fluoride harm are coming out anyway.

This is a civil rights issue. No one should be subjected to drinking fluoride in their water, especially sensitive groups like kidney patients and diabetics, babies in their milk formula, or poor families that cannot afford to purchase unfluoridated water. Black and Latino families are being disproportionately harmed.

Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood supported “birth control water.” There is supporting evidence that shows that in some cases fluoridation negatively impacts the human reproductive systems.

I encourage everyone to take a moment and write to their state’s governor and legislative leaders. Tell them to hold grand jury investigations and hearings on Fluoridegate. For people who live in Georgia, please send a brief note to Governor Deal at this webpage: and email your legislators at:

You can read more about fluoridation harm at: and

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Congratulations Will and Dehavilland!

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

Will Ford, creator of The Truth Behind Abortion, and Dehavilland Brown, prayer warrior, were married June 4, 2011 at the Fresh Anointing House of Worship by Apostle Kyle Searcy in Montgomery, AL. Kelly Clinger, former background vocalist for Britney Spears, sang at the wedding. May God bless their union and bring them much happiness.

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Which Gate Will You Choose?

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011

“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is broad that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter through it. For the gate is small and the way is narrow that leads to life, and there are few who find it.” – Matthew 7:13-14

Two celebrities, one takes the narrow gate while the other, the wide gate.

Kathy Ireland recently weighed in on our nation’s spending problem. Her suggestion to cut costs? Stop funding Planned Parenthood, as reported by Hollie McKay of Fox411’s Pop Tarts.

“I think Planned Parenthood needs to reassess and look at what their values are, what their mission is, what their goals are, and do they deserve government funding? For example, there are non-profits that I’m involved with, and we don’t get government funding,” Ireland told FOX411’s Pop Tarts this week. “We go out there, and if you really believe in this strongly enough to fight for it, go get the funding.”

“To force people who don’t agree with some of the practices, I don’t believe in that. I don’t think tax payers need to fund something as controversial as Planned Parenthood.”

On the flip side you have Kate Walsh. As reports, “On the May 12 episode of ABC’s “Private Practice,” Dr. Addison Montgomery (played by actress Kate Walsh, a real-life Planned parenthood activist) spewed the strongest pro-abortion — “pro-choice” — rhetoric as she performed a partial-birth abortion on a woman who thought she’d already had an abortion two months before.

Another article by documents Kate Walsh’s strong ties to Planned Parenthood and her active role in their success by helping raise money for the nation’s largest abortion provider.

However, Kate is not alone. Others who have helped raise funds for Planned Parenthood include from Law and Order: Criminal Intent, actors Eric Bogosian, Vincent D’Onofrio, Kathryn Erbe, and Julianne Nicholson, from Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon, actresses Blythe Danner and Gwyneth Paltrow, and children’s author Judy Blume.

As Jesus said, “the gate is wide and the way is broad that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter through it.”

I prefer to walk with Kathy Ireland through the narrow gate. Please join me, won’t you?

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Two Texas Teens Have Quit The Girl Scouts Over Its Ties To Planned Parenthood

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

Two teens, Tess and Sydney Volanski, quit the Girl Scouts after eight years and started a new website to protest the Girl Scouts’ ties to Planned Parenthood and their feminist and pro-abortion agenda.

On their website,, the teens state, “We parted ways with the organization when we discovered that they have a pro-abortion mindset. We refuse to remain silent while this organization’s unscrupulous principles mislead over 2 million girls in the United States alone. We created in order to spread the truth to others who have no idea what GSUSA’s true intentions are. This website is our way to speak now and we hope it encourages you to do the same!”

The website documents interviews, email, literature and other evidence that proves that the Girl Scouts has partnered with Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion groups to lead young girls and teens towards immorality. Specially telling is who the Girl Scouts hold as heroines for the girls to emulate.

These two sisters are not the first to cry foul play. Last year reported that “the Gils Scouts allowed the distribution of an explicit and dangerous sex guide – produced by the international Planned Parenthood Federation – in a Girl Scouts panel for adolescent girls at the UN.” Although the Girls Scouts denies the story, read for yourself and you be the judge.

I stopped buying Girl Scouts cookies a while back because I had heard of the connection with Planned Parenthood. Abortion is such an intrinsic evil that I don’t mess around with it

We need to protect our children and parents need to do their homework when their children are concerned. Planned Parenthood wants to get our youth sexually active, thus the sex guide at the UN. They know that the more girls are sexually active, the better the chances that they will become pregnant with an unwanted pregnancy and the better the chances of their wanting to abort the baby.

We need to stop Planned Parenthood. We need to close their abortion mills. We need to educate the public on the true agenda behind their business model. And if our government is unwilling to defund them, we need to elect pro-life representatives and a pro-life president who will defund them.

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Good Grief and Holy Ovaries…

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

As a woman who once experienced two abortions and a related miscarriage, I can only say that like Ms. Underwood, I personally know that grief is a personal matter. That’s why I so deeply appreciate Rachel’s Vineyard and other post abortion healing ministries. RV treated my grief personally, and they prayed with me. They never publically exposed my pain, my grief and my healing. I did that. Once I was completely healed, I was so free and so blessed that I wanted to share God’s healing message with the world. I asked RV to share my message, so I have never felt abused by them, I have felt only love and healing from the healing ministry of Rachel’s Vineyard.

In the cries of the women who demand “get your rosaries off my ovaries,” and Ms. Underwood’s “get your politics off my grief,” I hear also the pain and tears of mothers who have suffered much in their abortion experiences. And let’s face it, any woman who has ever been pregnant is a mother, whether the babies live to be born or not. We are mothers and men are fathers from the moment of the conception of our babies.

Ask Steven Tyler.

Sincere and heartfelt prayer knows no political boundaries, and I pray with all my heart that the women, the post abortive mothers of the world, and the post abortive fathers too, will receive healing and God’s grace. Good grief is grief that is healed. Holy ovaries are God’s gift to mothers. Those ovaries, combined with the seed of fathers bring us precious gifts we call children.

In Ms. Underwood’s response to the ministry of RV, and in Dr. Teresa Burke’s balanced reply to Ms. Underwood, I sense that more healing is in the wind for Ms. Underwood.

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What do President Obama, Madea and American Idol have in Common?

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Three unlikely and seemingly unrelated and glaring impressions on the hearts and minds of the people. President Barack Obama, who when elected said to the 99.5% of African Americans, 43% of the general Caucasian population, the majority of Hispanic and Catholic voters who elected him: “Hold me accountable.” Tyler Perry aka Madea who said: “I’ll never stop doing Madea until people just get completely tired of it (Page 53).” American Idol contestants who often pray to God, “Lord, please make me the next American Idol.” What is wrong with this picture?

1. Have those who voted for President Obama held him accountable in a meaningful way? I don’t mean gripe sessions where you complain about what he hasn’t done for you. I mean have you written the White House and voiced your complaints about the President’s strong pro-abortion agenda? Have you asked about his mandate to the Justice Department not to defend marriage? Did he stop the war and bring the peace that you were hoping for praying for, and voting for? Does the President know your concerns? Are you holding him accountable? Links to more information on Priests for Life’s African American Outreach webstie: video, open letter and press statement. Also link to picture on webpage

2. Have you written to or contacted Tyler Perry about his Madea Movies? Have you noticed an almost “Amos and Andy” quality to his most recent movie, or did you just remain silent after you bought the ticket, saw the movie and came away disappointed?

3. In the Bible (Exodus 20:3-6), we are told to keep ourselves from idols. God is very clear about being a jealous God and hating idols. But have we written to American Idol and asked them to change the name of the show? Have we turned the dial in protest? Or are you still calling in your votes, while our young talented Americans keep praying to become idols?

If our responses to any of these questions find us lacking, then we are doing a great disservice, to our God, to ourselves, and yes, the President, Madea and American Idols. What do they have in common? They need our prayers, not our votes, not our money at the ticket box, they need our prayers.

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When Wrong Seems Right: What’s Wrong In America?

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Planned Parenthood is an evil organization, plain and simple. They aid and abet sex traffickers of underage girls, protect rapists, protect child abusers, constantly lie, kill babies, they hurt women, are involved in active eugenics, are working to exterminate the Black population, and they’re using your tax dollars to accomplish their goals. And if that’s not bad enough, about half of all Americans want to continue to fund their evil enterprise. I just don’t get it.

A recent poll conducted for The Hill states that, “Overall, 46 percent of those surveyed said Planned Parenthood’s funding should be left alone, while 42 percent say it should be cut. The poll’s margin of error is plus or minus 3 percent.” They also say that the poll “found a significant gender gap on the issue.”

Additionally, “Only 26 percent of single people supported cutting Planned Parenthood funds compared to 51 percent of married people. Fifty-five percent of voters over the age of 65 back the cuts, while just 31 percent of voters aged 18 to 39 agree. And just 9 percent of black voters agree, compared to 45 percent of white voters.”

I can understand why young single people might not want to defund Planned Parenthood. They have grown up in a culture which promotes promiscuity and abortion as the answer to your problems. What I find most puzzling and problematic is that only 9% of black voters support defunding them.

Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, in 1939 said in a letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble, “we don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.”With roots like these, it’s hard for me to understand why any of my Black brothers and sisters would support such an organization. Why would anyone support an organization whose stated goal is to exterminate your race?

Why not defund Planned Parenthood? Planned Parenthood would have you believe that if they are defunded, that “millions of women in this country are going to lose their health care access, not to abortions services, to basic family planning, to mammograms.” Just another lie. They don’t even provide mammograms as is evidenced by another Live Action video recently released.

I guess Planned Parenthood thinks they are the only provider of medical services in the country. Without Planned Parenthood women would not lose access to medical care, they would just have to go to another provider that is not invested in killing their babies. As Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood director, said on Bill O’Reilly, they (women) would be able to access medical care at “other federally qualified health centers that offer comprehensive health care” something Planned Parenthood does not provide.

Nobody is opposed to women receiving quality medical care. Nobody is opposed to Title X Family Planning funding going to qualifying medical care facilities. But Planned Parenthood is not the only game in the country. They are the only one claiming to want to help women but in actually hurting them by aiding and abetting sex traffickers of underage girls, protecting rapists, protecting child abusers, constantly lying, killing babies, are actively involved in eugenics, and are working to exterminate the Black population.

The answer seems pretty simple. If Americans are really worried about access to health care, the $305 million tax-payer dollars Planned Parenthood receives can easily be redirected to health care providers that really do care about women, children and families.

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