Wednesday, November 28, 2012

We Have Moved!

Please check out the location of the new Walk For Life West Coast Media Blog.

We are now part of the new Walk for Life West Coast website. Visit us at:

Don't worry! All your posts, videos, photos, and comments have been imported to the new page.

And make sure you join us at the San Francisco Civic Center Plaza January 26, 2013 for the 9th Annual Walk for Life West Coast.. The full event scheule is here:

Friday, March 9, 2012

"The pro-life movement has become a youth movement"

Nice post by Drewe Weymouth, of UC Davis, on the Ruth Institute blog:

"My generation is not so easily deceived. We see the blatant lies and we are hungry to reveal the truth to others. Each time the pro-life message is stated, the mask of the pro-choice message is unveiled. This is our mission. If we can expose enough people to the truth about abortion then we have full confidence that people will begin to see the beauty of life. The tides have already begun to turn as more people are starting to identify themselves as pro-life, and this is in large part due to the efforts of our youth."

Read the whole thing.

Nice Video by the Diocese of San Bernardino!

Once again, the great Bishop Rutilio del Riego led his flock at the Walk for Life West Coast!

Monday, February 6, 2012

My favorie 2012 Video: Sound Wave at the Walk for Life West Coast!

So far, my 2012 favorite!

One of the really cool things at the 2012 Walk for Life West Coast was the sound wave the walkers created as they marched down Market Street. This video, by students who came from Thomas Aquinas College, gives a hint of what that was like. You could hear it about a mile away! They also got the real San Francisco experience--looking forever for parking!

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Fr. Francisco Nahoe, OFM Conv.'s Walk for Life West Coast Homily

On Saturday, January 21, Fr. Francisco Nahoe, joined by Fr. Matthew McNeely and Fr. Michael Stinson, of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, celebrated a special Tridentine High Mass at the Shrine of St. Francis of Assisi in San Francisco. From Fr. Francisco's homily:

"Whether or not you participated in the West Coast Walk for Life today, but especially if you did, you are doubtless aware that not everyone in America shares the conviction of Catholics that a human zygote or a human embryo or a human fetus is a human being. Consequently, not everyone recognizes that abortion is, in fact, violence against human life. Nonetheless, it is one thing to affirm this truth in the context of church preaching and quite another thing to announce it in the face of vitriolic and often irrational opposition on the streets.

In order to proclaim the truth fearlessly, with the faith and conviction, for example, of the centurion in tonight's Gospel, we must be deeply rooted in the One who, stretching forth His hand upon us, as once He reached out to the leper, wills that our lives be cleansed and transformed. To be rooted in Him, is, in this sense, to accept sanctuary in Christ, which is a comprehensive state characterized most prominently by total commitment to truth and goodness...."

Read the whole homily, which includes a lovely reflection on the place accorded to silence in the Traditional mass.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Full EWTN Coverage of Walk for Life West Coast!

Check it out. Bless them!

L.A. "Tidings" Covers Thomas Aquinas Students at Walk for Life West Coast

"Neither rain nor distance nor hard floors nor more-aggressive-than-in-the-past protestors could deter more than 200 Thomas Aquinas College students — more than half the student body — from joining more than 50,000 others in the eighth annual Walk for Life West Coast held Jan. 21 in San Francisco."

Read the whole thing.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Reverend Childress at Walk for Life West Coast

Our beloved Reverend Clenard Childress preaches it! God bless the man! He sends us on our way at the Walk for Life West Coast:

The video is by hp2heaven. To learn more about Reverend Childress's mission, visit the L.E.A.R.N. website,

"The most dangerous place for an African-American is in the womb."