Mar 14, 2006

For parents' initiative materials in Spanish...

To get your hands on materials en Espanol for the vital Parents' Right to Know pro-life initiative petition drive now going on, please call 866-828-8355.

I can't believe yours truly left out that number in my post the other day. Thanks to Barriogirl for jogging my memory!

Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, ruega por nosotros! Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us!


Blogger barriogirl said...

...a hora y en la hora de nuestra muerte, Amen. We cannot forget the Latinos in this battle for parental rights. As we know, the Clinton Administration registered scores of Latinos during his re-election bid. Earlier this year, the Latino Coalition release their annual survey of Latino attitudes. The most startling fact, to the authors, is the strong support amongst Latinos for a pro life viewpoint and for support of parental notification. The story, which ran in the March issue of La Cruz de California, was a reaffirmation of what we already know. One reason Planned Parenthood was successful in their fight against Prop 73 was they confused the Latinos into voting against Prop 73. We can't let his happen again! We need to make sure Latinos are fully informed on what this proposition is about and vote correctly.

Make sure your parish is gathering signatures. Call today, 866.828.8355 for your petitions. For those pastors who are timid, tell them the Tidings ran a story on the Calfornia Catholic Conference's support of the signature gathering process in the dioceses of California. The Los Angeles Archdiocese was mentioned as a supporter of this most important petition. Remember to get your petitions today and urge your pastor to lead his flock!

7:33 AM  
Blogger Kenneth Fisher, Founder & CRCOA said...


This Saturday, March 18th, at 6:30 PM the Concerned Roman Catholics of America will have a Board of Directors meeting, and all who want to contribute to this meeting are encouraged to attend.

PURPOSE: To plan our upcoming prayerful demonstration on April 1st at the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Religious Education Congress. Subjects that will be discussed are: Flyers both English and Spanish, Signs, Press representation, Standard of conduct, Financing,
aand whatever else that is constructive that other attendees wish to bring to our attention.

WHERE: The Inka Anaheim Restaurant at 400 S. Euclid Ave., Anaheim, CA. This fine Catholic owned and operated Peruvian style cuisine restaurant is located just south of Olympic Blvd. on the east side of the street.

The phone number is: (714) 772-2263.

These fine Catholic people allow us to use their restaurant free of charge, so come early or leave late, and enjoy a fine moderately priced cuisine to show our appreciation for this accommodation of our needs.

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman
Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

12:10 AM  
Blogger Kenneth Fisher, Founder & CRCOA said...

April 1st is April Fools Day, and it is the day that “Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.” will be picketing the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Religious Education Congress (I prefer to call it the “Anti-Catholic Religious Education Congress!”.

We will be conducting our prayerful protest demonstration in front of the two main Exhibit Hall entrances from 9:00 AM until roughly 6:00 PM.

We are now in the process of preparing poster signs for this, and very much would appreciate suggestions as to what the themes of these posters should be.

We will have information in both English and Spanish for passing out to those in attendance!

Please email me at: or call me at: 714-491-2284 with any ideas on this you may have.

Remember there are just 12 days left until the annual invasion of the hetereodox, the Archdiocese of Lost Angels Religious Anti-Catholic Education Congress at the Anaheim Convention Center.

Will you be there to prayerfully demonstrate against this attack on our Faith?

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman
Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

7:15 PM  

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