President Obama has been in the news repeatedly over the last week for his attacks on life. He has signed a bill that will fund embryonic stem cell research, to the delight of some medical researchers.
Obama’s Attacks On Life
The one I saw on the news the other day said he was excited, because this money would allow them to see whether embryonic stem cells would be able to cure diseases. This, despite the fact that we know adult stem cells cure diseases. Talk about lost causes…
Another major Obama initiative is to rescind the Provider Conscience Clause, a regulation signed by President Bush which gave federal protections to individuals and hospitals who refused to participate in abortions on moral grounds. Obama is taking comments on this decision before taking action-so be sure to make your voice heard. The official email address for sending comments is: email@example.com
Now that the weather is getting warm, it’s a great time for you to come out and protest if you haven’t been. Just a reminder that the monthly picket at Lutheran General Hospital is this Saturday from 1 to 2 pm. There’s plenty of free parking across the street.
And Saturday the 21st will be the monthly picket of Planned Parenthood in Aurora at 9am.
On Sunday, David Gibbs III, who was the attorney for Terri Schiavo’s parents, will be speaking at Quentin Road Bible Baptist Church in Lake Zurich at 6pm. For more information call 847-438-4494
On Sunday, March 29th the League’s Eric Scheidler will be receiving the Caritas Award from Project Love, a division of Illinois Citizens for Life Charitable Trust. The Caritas Award is given “to a person for outstanding service in defense of all human life.” The event is being held at the Naperville Country Club and tickets are $20. If you’re in the Naperville area and would like to celebrate with Eric as he receives this award, please call Mary at 630-852-5448 or Eileen at 630-963-8039.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of long-time pro-life activist Mary Hank, who passed away this week. She joins her husband, John Hank, who passed away last month. The wake is Wednesday evening from 3 to 9pm at Ryan-Parke Funeral Home in Park Ridge (map) and the funeral Mass will be Thursday at St. Paul of the Cross church (map).