Pro-Life This Week – December 4, 2020

Pro-Life This Week – December 4, 2020

Week in Review – The election is not, yet, over.

The following information is being circulated among pro-life leaders in the country. We bring it to you today for your information and possible action.

State legislatures have the authority, based on the Constitution (Article 2.1), to determine how the presidential electors for their states will be chosen. That is why hearings are being conducted now in various states to show these legislators the evidence of fraudulent activity, and to urge them to exercise their Constitutional authority to remedy the situation. The legislatures can certify the election based on true and accurate results.

Right now, the states in question are PA, AZ, MI, WI, GA, and NV.

Action can be taken by everyone in the country in the following ways:

For those who live in those states, please visit this link to find your two state representatives (House and Senate—or the equivalent terminology)— https://openstates.org/find_your_legislator/—and call them with this message:

Hello, my name is _______, and I am one of your constituents. I am calling to respectfully request that you do all in your power to make sure your state’s certification of the Presidential race is accurate. All the legal ballots need to be counted, and all the illegal ones invalidated. I support and encourage you to use the full authority that the Constitution gives to state legislators to resolve this matter and ensure a fair election. The whole nation is relying on you and your colleagues to do so, and we have your back. Thank you and God bless you!

For those who live in other states, please make calls to the state officials listed at this link, and give them this similar message:

Hello, my name is _______, and I live in ______{state}. I am calling to respectfully request that you do all in your power to make sure your state’s certification of the Presidential race is accurate. All the legal ballots need to be counted, and all the illegal ones invalidated. I support and encourage you to use the full authority that the Constitution gives to state legislators to resolve this matter and ensure a fair election. The whole nation is relying on you and your colleagues to do so, and we have your back. Thank you and God bless you!

Thank you for making these calls, and please take the time, furthermore, to view the hearings below that have been presented to various state legislatures and to read the two very compelling articles that follow, which show how suspicious, anomalous, and, in fact, illogical it is to conclude that Biden won this election:

Pennsylvania State Legislative HearingNovember 25, 2020
Arizona State Legislative Hearing November 30, 2020
Michigan State Senate Committee on Oversight December 1, 2020
Michigan House Oversight Committee December 2, 2020

Two articles that raise interesting questions:


ALL in the News – New Report Uncovers Deep-Rooted Racism at Planned Parenthood

Last Monday, American Life League and STOPP International released a new report uncovering the deep-rooted racism within Planned Parenthood. The report, Planned Parenthood’s Racism . . . In Their Own Words, identifies 19 separate Planned Parenthood affiliates that this year have admitted to current practices of racism and white supremacy within the organization. This new report was released to an expansive media list last week, and will be re-released this week. So far, it has appeared as a Live Action article and as a Life Issues Institute article

Yesterday, American Life League vice president, Hugh Brown, was interviewed by political commentator and former presidential candidate Alan Keyes. The full interview will appear on the show, “Let’s Talk America with Alan Keyes”. Clips of the show can be found on ALL’s Facebook page. 

Every Friday afternoon, the American Life League social media team, Dwain Currier and Katie Brown, host the Friday Live Show on Instagram Live. Last week, the duo discussed five ways to have a pro-life Thanksgiving, giving viewers tips on how to love your family and make time for others during the holidays. Replays of the show can be found on Facebook.

Twice a week, Judie Brown’s commentaries are distributed to an expansive media list. The list contains over 100 media outlets such as Fox NewsThe FederalistBreitbart, and The Daily Caller, among others. Judie’s Tuesday commentary, Cardinal Wilton Gregory’s Travesty, noted that soon-to-be Cardinal Wilton Gregory stated he would not deny pro-abortion Joe Biden Holy Communion. Each commentary is also featured as a part of Judie’s recurring column on Renew America.

Jim Sedlak’s Pro-Life Activism from Creation to Death is a weekly talk-radio program on the Radio Maria USA network. The show can be heard live every Friday at noon (Eastern Time) and is repeated on Saturdays (10 PM). 


Video of the Week – Had more priests and bishops spoken of the apostasy of Joe Biden, would the presidential election have swung differently?

Had more priests and bishops spoken of the apostasy of Joe Biden, would the presidential election have swung differently?  We may never know. However, there are a few voices in the wilderness to remind their parishioners that a Biden win is no victory. 


Action Item of the Week – This Tuesday is a Marian feast day

This Tuesday, December 8, is celebrated in the Catholic Church as the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. It specifically calls to mind when Mary, who was to become the Mother of God, was created in her mother’s body and was completely immaculate—free from the stain of original sin.

For today’s action item, we ask you to read, today, the following Homage to the Immaculate written by Pope Benedict XVI in 2008. Please read it again on Tuesday and as many times as you can over the next week. We pray it will bring you peace during these turbulent days.

ADDRESS OF HIS HOLINESS BENEDICT XVI

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Monday, 8 December 2008


Dear Brothers and Sisters,

About three months ago I had the joy of going on pilgrimage to Lourdes, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the historical apparitions of the Virgin Mary to St Bernadette. The celebration of this unique anniversary ends precisely today on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, because in showing herself to Bernadette for the last time in the Grotto of Massabielle, the “beautiful Lady”, as Bernadette called her, revealed her name, saying “I am the Immaculate Conception”. She said this in the local dialect and the little visionary related the phrase, to her unknown and incomprehensible, to her parish priest.

“Immaculate Conception”: we too repeat that mysterious name with feeling, here, at the foot of this monument in the heart of Rome; and countless brothers and sisters of ours are doing the same in thousands of other places in the world, at shrines and in chapels as well as in Christian homes. Today, wherever a Catholic community exists, Our Lady is venerated in it with this stupendous and marvellous name: the Immaculate Conception. Of course, the conviction that Mary’s conception was immaculate had already existed for centuries before the apparitions in Lourdes, but which came as a heavenly seal after my venerable Predecessor, Bl. Pius IX, defined the Dogma on 8 December 1854. On today’s feast, so dear to Christian people, this expression rises from hearts and is pronounced by lips as our heavenly Mother’s name. Just as a child raises his eyes to his mother’s face and on seeing her smile forgets every fear and every pain, so do we, turning our eyes to Mary, recognize in her “God’s smile”, the immaculate reflection of divine light; in her we find new hope even in the midst of the problems and tragedies of the world.

It is a tradition that the Pope joins with the homage of the City, bringing Mary a basket of roses. These flowers express our love and devotion: the love and devotion of the Pope, of the Church of Rome and of the inhabitants of this City, who feel they are spiritual children of the Virgin Mary. Roses, symbolically, can express everything beautiful and good that we have done during the year because at this traditional encounter we all desire to offer everything to our Mother, convinced that we could not have done anything without her protection and without the graces that daily she obtains for us from God. Yet, as the saying goes, there is no rose without a thorn, and on the stems of these magnificent white roses too there is no lack of thorns that represent for us difficulty and suffering, the troubles that have marked and still mark people’s lives and the life of our community. Joys are presented to our Mother but anxieties are also entrusted to her, since the faithful are confident that they will find comfort and support in her to go forward, so as not to be disheartened.

O Immaculate Virgin, at this moment I would especially like to entrust to you the “little ones” of our City: the children, first of all, and above all those who are seriously ill, children who are disabled and those who are suffering the consequences of oppressive family situations. Watch over them and grant that they may feel the warmth of God’s love in the affection and help of those who are beside them! To you, O Mary, I entrust the lonely elderly, the sick, immigrants who find it hard to adjust, families that find it difficult to make ends meet and people who cannot find employment or who have lost a job indispensable for their survival. Teach us, Mary, to show solidarity with those in difficulty, to fill the ever increasing social gaps. Help us to foster a more lively sense of the common good, of respect for public property, and spur us to view the city and more than ever our City of Rome as the patrimony of all, making each one of us do our part, to build a more just and supportive society with awareness and commitment.

O Immaculate Mother, who are a sign of certain hope and comfort to everyone, help us to let ourselves be attracted by your immaculate purity. Your beauty Tota Pulchra, as we sing today assures us that the victory of love is possible; indeed, that it is certain. It assures us that grace is stronger than sin, and that redemption from any form of slavery is therefore possible. Yes, O Mary, help us to believe with greater trust in good, to wager on giving freely, on service, on non-violence, on the power of the truth. Encourage us to be alert, not to give into the temptation of easy evasions, to face reality and its problems with courage and responsibility. This is what you did, a young woman called to stake everything on the Word of the Lord. May you be a loving mother for our young people, so that they may have the courage to be “watchmen of the dawn”, and give this virtue to all Christians so that they may be the heart of the world in this difficult period of history. Virgin Immaculate, Mother of God and our Mother, Salus Populi Romani, pray for us!


Pro-life Social Media – “The Last Children of Down Syndrome.”

Despite some states issuing restrictions on family gatherings, that didn’t stop these Instagram babies from celebrating their first Thanksgiving in style.

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