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Saint Paul Students for Life: Friday 30 March 2012: Final visit to Bank Street abortuary until September

This post was written for Saint Paul Students for Life by fradriansharp. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

This coming Friday (30 March 2012) will be the final day for this semester (and until September) that we go to pray at the abortion mill on Bank Street.

Please join us this Friday: we meet at 1pm outside the main entrance of the Deschatelets Residence, beside Saint Paul University, to carpool.  We return at approx. 2.30pm.  All are welcome.

Read the comments at the Saint Paul Students for Life website.

Saint Paul Students for Life: Special prayers for life this Friday, 23 March 2012

This post was written for Saint Paul Students for Life by fradriansharp. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

This coming Friday, 23 March 2012, our usual schedule for the visit for prayers at the abortion mill will be altered slightly.

Following the regular 12.05pm Mass in the De Mazenod Chapel at Saint Paul University, there will be a special Moleben for the sanctity of life, a prayer of supplication for the end to abortion.  Moleben is a special Ukrainian prayer service.  This will take place at 1pm in the Saints Joachim and Anna Oratory at Saint Paul University, which is not far from, and on the same floor as, the De Mazenod Chapel.

Then, immediately afterwards we will be heading downtown to pray for an end to abortion outside the abortion mill on Bank Street.  Please consider joining us for these very important events as we work toward a culture of life.  All are welcome.

Read the comments at the Saint Paul Students for Life website.

Saint Paul Students for Life: Upcoming event at uOttawa

This post was written for Saint Paul Students for Life by fradriansharp. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

The uOttawa Medical Students for Life have an upcoming event.  Next week they will welcome Denise Mountenay, Founder and President of Canada Silent No More, a registered non-profit society offering hope and healing to people affected by abortion and preganancy loss. She is a national best selling author, and an international speaker, having given presentations around the world including at the UN.   Some details:

Abortion: Two Patients-One Wounded, One Killed

Presenter: Denise Mountenay, Founder and President of “Canada Silent No More”, best-selling author and international speaker.

Where: University of Ottawa (Health Science Campus), Roger Guindan Hall (RGN), 451 Smyth Road

2 DAYS only:

Monday February 27th @ 7 p.m. in Room 2029
Tuesday February 28th @ 1 p.m. in Room 2023 (Amphitheatre B)
(Lunch will be provided)

Journey with Denise Mountenay as she shares her experience of pregnancy loss and abortion. Hear why women chose abortion, and how it can affect them for Life. Denise Mountenay has been sharing her experience of teen pregnancy, legal abortion and the aftermath in schools, conferences, prisons radio, Television and internationally. The CBC- The National aired a documentary on her work and mission.

She also attends meetings at the United Nations in New York and Geneva and has a powerful testimony.  She wants people to know the whole truth about abortion and how it is damaging women physically and psychologically.

Please note that, in order to accomodate numbers, Denise will give the same presentation on both days, so you have two opportunities to hear her message.

Click on the event flyer over to the right. (Noting that there is the additional time as listed above which isn’t contained on the flyer).

Spread the word!  All welcome.

Read the comments at the Saint Paul Students for Life website.

Saint Paul Students for Life: Post-abortion healing

This post was written for Saint Paul Students for Life by fradriansharp. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

PROJECT RACHEL: Post-abortion healing and reconciliation.

Hurting as a result of an abortion? Healing is possible. Project Rachel is a sensitive, private and confidential experience; lets you speak with someone who understands and cares; invites all whose lives have been affected by abortion to a journey of healing and reconciliation with God, their church community and themselves; is for women or men who have been hurt by an abortion. Info: (416-629-8264); (info@stmarysrefuge.org). All calls/emails are private and confidential. Next retreat date: May 4-6, 2012.

Read the comments at the Saint Paul Students for Life website.