Sunday, January 29, 2012
The video is by hp2heaven. To learn more about Reverend Childress's mission, visit the L.E.A.R.N. website, blackgenocide.org.
"The most dangerous place for an African-American is in the womb."
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Friday, January 27, 2012
Thursday, January 26, 2012
The Daughters of Charity:
Annie Ryan of Birthchoice Health Clinics:
Susie Bowman from Santa Cruz:
Sharon Jeffrey from St. Joseph's Parish in Modesto, CA:
Joby Joseph, from UCLA:
Fr. Jeffrey Keyes, Pastor of St. Edward's in Newark, CA:
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Dr. Wong shares his very powerful story. Introduced by Walk co-founder Dolores Meehan. The video is by hp2heaven:
Here is a reproduction of a story in Sing Tao Daily, the best selling Chinese newspaper in the world about the Walk. You can read the full story here:
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
When Father Jack was on his journey many, many visitors came to pray for him in his hospital room, including Dolores and the Reverend Walter & Mrs. Lori Hoye, as well as other admirers from the Walk For Life.
We love you Fr. Jack, and we know you are fighting for the unborn in heaven just as you did on earth!
"...over 600, inlcuding all Ministries: Couples for Christ, CFC-Singles for Christ, CFC-Youth for Christ, CFC-Kids for Christ, CFC-Handmaids of the Lord and CFC-Servants of the Lord. Over 200 members came from Southern California on 3 buses, vans and cars with those who participated from our Northern California are over 400."
And our wonderful elders!
Couples for Christ has many ministries: "Couples for Christ and its Family Ministry is a movement committed to live in God's righteousness and holiness, evangalizing people through a life of love and service; we shall work for the renewal of families that will serve God and build generations of Christian leaders; and we shall pursue Total Christian Liberation through social justice, respect for life, and work with the poor." You can visit their website here.
Bless you, Father! and Thank you!
His Excellency with his flock at San Francisco's St. Mary's Cathedral:
Good shot showing the size of the Walk:
Monday, January 23, 2012
What it's all about...
A beautiful mother with her children.
Another beautiful mom, with her girls.
Lori Hoye and the Sisters of Life.
Our great young people.
Sunday, January 22, 2012
You can learn more about the Marche here, and see lots of pictures here.
"These are from Saturday, January 21st, 2012, in San Francisco, CA.
This is going to be a bit of a short report. I didn't take a lot of pictures of signs that were the same as last year. What I was primarily interested in was that the event got bumped from their usual location by a competing event - the West Coast Rally for Reproductive Justice who apparently got their permit application in earlier or something. This was just as well since the Walk for Life totally overflowed their location, and the new location in front of City Hall is much better. It's not only larger but also the walk was was right smack down the middle of Market Street instead of around the edge of the town.
First off, let's check out the West Coast Rally for Reproductive Justice:
I can't believe I get suckered by these people into showing up for these things. 80 people and a couple of tables with brochures. Let's see how the Walk for Life is going...
That's more like it."
Read the whole thing, and thanks for covering us, Protest Shooter! There is video at the site, too.
The great Reverend Walter Hoye. His face is a true indication of his soul. Pure kindness. He's on a plane right now to attend tomorrow's March for Life in Washington DC.
The great Fr. Frank Pavone, also on the way to Washington DC.
That's right--Mr. Jobs mother allowed him to be adopted--and he certainly changed the world.
These good folks from Sacramento are at the Walk every year.
Bless you, Father, for leading the people!
Here is Dr. Vansen Wong, who asked the crowd to "If you have taken the life of another human being, raise your hand." Dr. Wong's searing testimony of performing over a hundred abortions, and of his change of heart and mind, ended with the words "Abortion is intolerable, abortion is irrational and abortion has no place in civilized society."
Jacquie Stalnaker. Jacquie shared her heart-rending and terrifying story of being forced into an abortion at gunpoint, and what it did to her. Jacquie is flanked by Fr. Frank Pavone, and Gorgette Forney of Silent No More Awareness campaign. Jacquie is now a national coordinator for Silent No More.
Jacquie and Georgette, women who have shared similar experiences. Both now work to help other women in similar situations.
The great Reverend Clenard Childress send us on our way as only he can:
"You are the candle…you are the light…you are the salt of the earth. This is more than a pro-life movement. This is a holy spirit movement because the spirit addresses evil.”
More of Paul's work can be seen on the Flick Pro-Life Photography page.
God bless her! 2,600 people filled the Cathedral at 9:30AM yesterday, and about 10 bishops concelebrated. Photo credit: Jose Luis Aguirre, Catholic San Francisco. For more photos of the Mass, go here.
The stage was right in front of SF City Hall:
Before the rally:
Pro-Life young women and girls leading the Walk for Life West Coast:
A family at the end of the Walk:
What a great dad!
You can see more of Ray's work on the Pro-Life Photography Flickr page.