Nov 19, 2007

Wichita Diocese parishes officially pray outside an abortion business. Can't the Archdiocese of Los Angeles do that, too?

Wow, look at what commenter Mary Margaret says below! The Diocese of Wichita officially assigns several parishes each and every First Saturday to come together and pray outside the high-volume, late-term-babies-abortion chamber of George Tiller in Wichita. And the pastors lead the prayers!

Your Eminence, Your Excellencies and Reverend Pastors and Clergy of our Archdiocese of Los Angeles, please pray about it and then implement this same plan right here in your midst -- abortion-bloodstained Southern California.

If you want to activate and re-energize your parish life, and unify the parishioners, have them start saving babies' lives together!

If Wichita can do it, L.A. can, too. Don't you agree? Who could possibly have any objections?
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Mary Margaret said...

Well, quintero, since you would like to know, the Diocese of Wichita has a first Saturday rosary in front of Dr Tiller's abortion clinic scheduled through Dec 2008. Parishes are assigned dates, and there is always at least one pastor present to lead the rosary (and I think all of the pastors of the assigned parishes are generally present).


I have no idea of how to post a link, but copy and paste the following URL, then scroll down to the First Saturday Rosary Schedule at Tiller's Abortion Clinic. Click on that link to see the schedule. I think this is something that any diocese that is home to an abortion clinic should be doing.


http://www.cdowk.org/diocesan_respect_life

3 Comments:

Anonymous Mary Margaret said...

Thanks, quintero, I always like to see my Diocese given their props (trying to speak LA dialect). :-)

Don't know what happened to my post about the other KS Bishops, but please try to direct others to what Kansas Catholic Bishops and laity are doing--it's not just Bishop Jackels. (If I failed to post properly, please let me know!) Just so you all know, we also have 30-odd young men in formation for the priesthood.

10:03 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Mary Margaret,

I've just now answered your post about all the great bishops in Kansas and from Kansas. Thank you for writing!

In my comment to your other post, I mentioned that Kansas is the home state of the Servant of God Father Emil Kapaun, the heroic and beloved Army chaplain who died as a prisoner of the Reds in the Korean War after refusing to abandon the G.I.s he served in such a Christ-like way.

There is a K of C Father Emil Kapaun Council out here in Playa del Rey, I found out on the Net.

What super news about all the more than 30 seminarians you have! We need to keep each one in prayer.

Father Kapaun, please pray for these and for all seminarians!

10:38 PM  
Blogger Joe of St. Thérèse said...

It'd be nice to see that type of program here in LA, but the earliest it will be implemented is 2011 (hopefully earlier)

2:48 AM  

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