Earlier this week, B.H. Obummer, as you probably have heard, issued a sickening pro-abortion statement in celebration of the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade.
Then B.H. Obummer followed that up on Friday the 23rd with an executive order that ended the Mexico City policy, which in the past 25 years (except for the Slick Willie years) has saved the lives of hundreds of thousands, or maybe millions, of Third World babies by keeping U.S. taxpayer dollars out of the blood-stained clutches of abortion and pro-abortion groups.
This move by B.H. Obummer will encourage the coercion of many countries in the Third World to legalize aborting babies. Make no mistake, it is a disaster for the Third World.
Thank you, all you Catholics who voted for B.H. Obummer. Look what you've done. (This is sarcasm.)
So on Saturday the 24th, be sure to:
Join your local pro-lifers in sidewalk counseling and praying at your local abortion mill. (Never go by yourself, because that makes it easy for the deathscorts to file false charges against you.)
Next, tune in to Mother Angelica's EWTN by 10 a.m. to watch, and to pray along with, all the zillions of pro-lifers gathered in San Francisco at the fifth annual West Coast Walk for Life. For more info, see: http://www.walkforlifewc.com/
Then, go to the pro-life Mass at the Cathedral in downtown L.A. at 6 p.m. -- the annual Requiem Mass for the Unborn (click on this post's title). Pray for the babies and pray that more Catholics will become actively pro-life. After Mass, recruit new pro-lifers to join your pro-life group or to join you in founding a pro-life group.
By the way, glad to see that the Cathedral web site finally got the day of the Mass correct -- it's Saturday, NOT Sunday.