Holy Day of Prayer for the Unborn Child
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
11:00 am - 7:00 pm
St. Amelia Church
2999 Eggert Road
11:00 am - 6:30 pm
A Mass will be celebrated at 6:30 pm
For more information contact the parish at (716) 836-0011.
40 DAYS FOR LIFE PRAYER VIGIL
Schedule of weekly prayer participation for our two main local abortion mills.
"The formal 40 Days For Life Campaign is over, but the killing continues!"
Buffalo Womenservices , 2500 Main St. Buffalo, N.Y. 14214
Monday (no abortions)
o 9:30-10:30 Ken, Bill and Al
o No one we know is present
Wednesday (OBGYN appointments only)
o 9:30-10:30 Ken, Bill and Al
Thursday (abortion "services" day, and they usually are busy)
o 8:15-9:20 Sharon and Jane
o 9:20-10:40 Nancy, Sandy, Bob, Linda, Paulette, Pat
o 10:45-11:45 Diane and Megan
Friday (same as Thursday abortion "services")
o 8:00-9:00 Mike & Julie
o 8:20-9:30 Nancy & Terry
o 9:20-10:30 Ken, Al, Bill, Eva
o 1:00-2:00 Marge & Mike
Saturday (abortion "services")
o 8:00-9:45 Mary Sue, Sue, Bob and Lisa, and the WLOF 101.7 "Warriors of Love"
1st Saturday: Nancy, Pastor Mark, Mark, Shirley and members of Grace in Community Church
2nd Saturday: Kathy & Mark
3rd Saturday: Nancy, Mark, Mark & Shirley
4th Saturday: (no one)
5th Saturday: Kathy & Mark
"It would be great if we had afternoon people for post-abortion women. I have great literature for that, and one more good sign." (Nancy Walker)
Shalom Press, 2550 Sweet Home Rd in E. Amherst, N.Y. 14228
(Abortive "services" on Friday mornings, done by noon)
· 8:00 –9:00 Tim & Don
· 9:30 –10”30 Sharon & Ann
· 11:00- 12:00 Only on the last Friday, Sister Terisita & Connie
If you know of any other group of participants that pray faithfully in front of either of the abortion mills mentioned above, kindly send me a brief e-mail and I will post the location, days, and times of participation!
God bless all you do for life!
40 Days For Life-Buffalo
Bible Study Series: Every Monday
Come join us every Monday, held at the St. Gianna Molla Pregnancy Outreach Center, 76 Church Street, Buffalo, NY 14202. Every Monday 12:00 Mass (optional) at St. Joseph Cathedral - Bible Study from 12:15pm - 1:30pm New groups forming now all are welcome. Book of Revelation, lead by Sr. Eleanor Thielman, OSF.
For more information call 847-2205.
EVERY 1st Sunday of each month from 1:00 -2:00 pm
STAND FOR LIFE
St. Mary of the Angels Church, Olean
For more information contact the parish (716) 372-4841.
First Friday Rosary for Life
Location: St. Mary
6 North Street
When: Every first Friday of the Month (except during Lent)
Time: 7:00pm-Exposition, Adoration with Rosary for Life, Benediction and confession
Let us pray for the Sanctity of Human Life
Presiding: Rev. John Cullen
For more information contact (607) 545-8601.
Prayer in front of Planned Parenthood
(111 Seneca Street, Hornell, NY)
Mondays at 10:00am - 11:00am (except for major holidays)
Peaceful and prayerful protest against the evil of abortion
For more information contact Jen (607) 295-8206
Pro-Life Holy Hours before the Blessed Sacrament
Location 1: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church
27 Street and Independence Avenue
Niagara Falls, NY
When: First Thursday of the month
Time: 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm (Adoration continues until 3:00 Benediction)
Location 2: Divine Mercy
Niagara and 24th Streets
Niagara Falls, NY
When: Every Friday
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 noon Benediction
Sponsored by: Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph Parish, Niagara Falls, NY
For more information contact 284-6641.
Pro-Life Holy Hour
Location: Our Lady of Pompeii
158 Laverack Avenue
When: First Friday
Time: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
(The final hour 4-5pm is devoted to praying for an end to abortion with Benediction at 5pm)
For more information contact Michele (683-4955) or Sr. Joyce King @ 683-6522.
HARVEY'S SIGNS - PRO-LIFE SIGNS (4' X 8')
Dear Respect Life Coordinators and Friends of Life;
Picture pro-life signs (4'X8') talking about adoption and post-abortion healing and the humanity of the unborn and ... and ... and popping up on parish lawns throughout WNY throughout this summer and throughout the year--this year and for years to come! Proclaiming our Catholic identity as the messengers of Christ's Culture of Life!
The kick-off date was the 4th of July weekend (July 1-4), 2011. what a way to celebrate our country and its birth of freedom than to proclaim the right of the unborn to the 1st inalienable right--the right to life. LIFE needs to be considered a core American value again! Our sign project will help .... MORE
THESE ARE THE SIGNS:
Statement on 40 Days for Life
By: Bishop Richard J. Malone
The 40 Days for Life Campaign, an ecumenical pro-life effort, will begin this fall under the national direction of David Bereit. Local leaders have asked for diocesan endorsement of this activity. For clarity, I would like to share my response and state the diocesan position so as to avoid any ambiguity.
Our diocesan position is consistent with that of the USCCB; the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops does not endorse outside pro-life organizations. However, that does not mean that we are opposed to them. Indeed, many non-diocesan pro-life activities exist in this area and across the nation and I believe we are all trying to answer God's call to defend life.
I maintain that it is up to each individual to decide whether to participate in this particular activity or not. The decision making and responsibility of the people lie with the national and local leaders of the 40 Days for Life Campaign as a non-diocesan pro-life activity.
I affirm all pro-life efforts that attempt to reach the ultimate goal of eliminating abortion in order to build a culture of life using peaceful, prayerful and charitable approaches.
Furthermore, I admire all those devoted to protecting human life and encourage all to continue to support pro-life activities, especially uniting with the many events sponsored by our Diocese, including the St. Gianna Pregnancy Outreach Center actively helping women, children and families, supporting their decision to choose life. Together, through various pro-life efforts, we are all striving to put an end to abortion, especially here in our community.
Thank you to all who have dedicated themselves and their time to the cause of life. I am grateful for your pro-life support in our Diocese of Buffalo. Let us continue, in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, to be untiring in all our various attempts to defend life so that the right to life is enjoyed not just for some, but for all; born and unborn.
Sincerely in Christ,
Most Reverend Richard J. Malone
Bishop of Buffalo
Retreats are held continually throughout the United States and internationally. For more information and a complete listing of Rachel’s Vineyard retreats, visit: www.rachelsvineyard.org
The retreat and registration are strictly confidential. Rachel’s Vineyard is a healing and training resource that welcomes collaboration with other port abortion ministries. Retreats are held in both Catholic and Interdenominational settings.