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Pro-Life Action Opportunities This Month

Posted by Matt Yonke (November 4, 2011 at 4:30 pm)

Personal PAC protestThe fight against abortion in America is going fast and furious right now, and the League has three opportunities this month for you to fight abortion in the Chicago area.

This is also a good time to mention the Pro-Life Calendar on the League’s homepage where we list pro-life events from across the country. Contact us with your event information and we’ll put it up for the whole pro-life community to see!

Truth Day, Personal PAC Protest, and Sidewalk Counseling Seminar

Now, for the League’s November events. First we’ll kick things off next Thursday, November 10 with a Face the Truth Day downtown Chicago. Meet outside the Wrigley Building, 410 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago (Map) for the first site at 9:30 a.m., then head up to the Art Institute, just a few blocks south (Map), for the second site at 11:30.

Then, the next Thursday, November 17, we’re protesting Personal PAC‘s annual fundraising luncheon where Catholic Illinois Governor Pat Quinn is giving a pro-choice award! You may have heard about our courageous bishops standing up to Quinn, now’s your chance to back them up.

The protest will be at the Chicago Hilton and Towers at 720 S. Michigan Avenue (Map) at 10:30 a.m. Come help show Personal PAC and Governor Quinn the true face of abortion!

Then, on Saturday, November 19, Ann Scheidler is hosting a Clinic Witness Training Seminar at St. Mary of the Angels Church, 1850 N. Hermitage Ave., Chicago (Map) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Ann’s decades of experience praying and sidewalk counseling outside abortion clinics will give you the tools you need to save lives from the horror of abortion. Call 773-777-2900 or e-mail Ann to register. The cost is $15 in advance or $20 at the door, which includes lunch and all seminar materials.

Make your November count for life with these great activism events!

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  1. Personal PAC, Quinn and Goodman Should Be Ashamed « Pro-Life Hotline says:

    […] Pro-Life Action League will protest Personal PAC’s high-dollar event at the Chicago Hilton for a couple of reasons. In addition […]

    November 8, 2011 at 5:04 pm
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    […] If you’re interested in learning more about sidewalk counseling and what you can do to help, visit our sidewalk counseling resources page. Or, if you’re in the Chicago area, you can come to the sidewalk counseling seminar hosted by the League’s Ann Scheidler this Saturday, November 19. Get all the details here. […]

    November 15, 2011 at 4:25 pm
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