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Queen's Alive: End of Fall Term

This post was written for Queen's Alive by Queen's Alive. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

Queen's Alive has had a very exciting and active fall semester!  Yesterday marked our final event for the semester, watching "October Baby" together as a club.  Here's a little update on our club's activities from the past couple months:

  • The Defund Abortion Mini-Rally went very well on October 13th.  Queen's Alive was well represented, as well as the Kingston pro-life community at large.
  • Silent Day reached over 1000 students at Queen's on October 16th.  We passed out sheets explaining our silence in solidarity with those that have been silenced through abortion.  Here's a photo from the day:

  •  We hosted bake sales at St. Paul the Apostle Church and at St. Mary's Cathedral during the last two weekends in October.  We raised almost $600 between the two weekends!  Thank you so much to everyone who baked, bought and donated.  Your support is very much needed and appreciated!
  • We had an apologetics session for those wanting to learn more about how to effectively defend the pro-life position on November 12th.
  • Our postering/pamphleting campaign went well from November 14-16th.  We put up this poster all over campus and handed out over 1000 pamphlets with the same message.  We had some interesting conversations with other students about personhood!
  • Finally, we watched "October Baby" together last night, as previously mentioned.
Thank you to everyone for a great semester!  Have a merry Christmas and a happy New Year, and we'll see you in January!

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