See what it's like to oppose abortion at Penn State University.
Prayerful smiles vs. uncontrolled rage. See the video.
About 75 motivated pro-lifers, young and old, assembled nearby. The rosary was recited aloud in reparation for the sin of abortion. Hymns were sung. And TFP bagpipers played Amazing Grace in memory of the countless innocent lives lost to the culture of death. A variety of homemade “Defund Planned Parenthood” signs were most visible. The prayers and the music unnerved some of the pro-aborts.
This past Friday, in spite of travel warnings and transport cancellations in reaction to Winter Storm Jonas, some 50,000 pro-lifers descended on Washington, D.C. for the annual March for Life, the largest annual pro-life demonstration in the nation.
Wow. Catholics gathered at over 14,108 different locations on October 10 to pray the Rosary in public and beg God to save America. Watch the video.
Planned Parenthood facility under construction is facing real difficulties: none of the local cement companies will agree to pour the foundations for the abortuary.
Introducing pro-abortion HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to Georgetown’s graduating class of 2012, the Dean of the Georgetown Public Policy Institute (GPPI) said: “She works every day to improve access to health care for our nation’s children…”
A resolute contingent of pro-lifers, including TFP Student Action volunteers, gathered in front of Planned Parenthood’s office downtown Hanover, Penn., on February 14 to oppose the culture of death. Their prayerful protest was part of a nationwide Vigil for Victims of underage sex trafficking.