Tag Archive: march for life

Feb 03

Sign the petition to support the Sanctity of Human Life Act

Rebecca Kiessling Cardinal Timothy Dolan

Dear Defender of Life, We can sit and wait for things to happen, we can complain when they don’t happen the way we want them to, or we can prepare and direct things to try and occur the way that they should. I was in Washington D.C. last week to speak to Florida Congressmen on …

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Jan 23

Is Your Church Petitioning for Personhood Today?

Petitioning for Personhood Florida's ProLife Constitutional Amendment to End Abortion

The 14th Amendment reads in part, “nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law” but doesn’t define who a person is. In the majority decision from the Supreme Court case Roe v Wade, Justice Blackmun wrote, “(If the) suggestion of personhood [of the preborn] is established, the [abortion rights] case, of course, collapses, for the fetus’ right to life is then guaranteed specifically by the [14th] Amendment.” The Personhood Amendment will define all humans as persons from

Dec 08

Sanctity of Human Life Sunday Petitioning Conference Call

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January 22 marks the anniversary of Roe v Wade. ProLifers throughout the state will remember the over 50,000,000 preborn children murdered by abortion in the US since that dreadful decision. Prolifers will participate in March for Life events and Prayer Vigils and pastors will preach Sanctity of Human Life sermons. Personhood Florida is planning a big push to gather personhood petitions in churches and at prolife events across Florida in January. During the conference call, we’ll present the plan and provide training on how you can help promote the personhood amendment in your church, city, and/or region.

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