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Saint Paul Students for Life: Upcoming event in Ottawa

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

Birthright of Ottawa volunteers are putting “fun” into fundraising to support their work with mothers and babies. A Karaoke will be held Saturday, September 22nd from 8pm to midnight at St Basil’s church hall, 940 Rex Avenue, near Maitland at the Queensway. Exciting prizes, cash bar, light refreshments. Persons under 19 must be accompanied by
an adult.
For information and advance tickets please call Birthright
613-231-5683 or Elaine 613-864-6778. Price per ticket $12, children tickets are $8 and under 10′s are free.

For more information, see: http://www.birthright-ottawa.org/

 

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

Saint Paul Students for Life: International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

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

The following information is about an upcoming event hosted by Carleton Lifeline at Carleton University (Ottawa):

March 21 is the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. To commemorate this occasion, Carleton Lifeline will be screening the acclaimed documentary Maafa21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America free of charge at Carleton University. The event will be held from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. in Tory Building room 447.

“Maafa” is a Swahili word that means “a terrible tragedy.” It is used to refer to centuries of murder, enslavement, and misery inflicted on Africans and African diaspora throughout the world. Maafa21 shows that this horror did not end with the abolition of slavery in Europe and North America, but continued under the auspices of the international eugenics movement. Drawing on a broad range of historical sources, this film reveals how the once hidden and frequently forgotten drive for racial purity in the United States and elsewhere changed the course of modern history and shaped the issues and institutions we still wrestle with today. Is the Maafa over? Watch this film and then decide!

“We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.” – Margaret Sanger, eugenicist and founder of the American Birth Control League

View the trailer and learn more about Maafa21 here:
http://www.maafa21.com/

There is a Facebook event you can use to invite your friends here:
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: Events this week

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

On Friday join us for the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet outside the abortion mill on Bank Street.  We leave from the front of the Deschatelets Residence (beside St Paul University) at 1pm.

On Saturday (25 February) is the monthly Pro-life Mass at 10.00am.  The venue this month is St. Elizabeth Church, 1303 Leaside Avenue.  Mass is followed by a reception hosted by the Queenship of Mary Sisters.

Please join us!

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