Dear Friends in San Antonio who respect the sanctity of life,
Did you know that yesterday, January 22nd, the day commemorating the 42nd anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade high court decision, the U.S. Congress voted to permanently ban all federal funds for abortion? This decision is setting up a collision course with the present pro-abortion administration on Obama Care. According to U.S. Congressman Chris Smith (N.J.) yesterday, the most stalwart, committed pro-life members of Congress are coming back to get the job done with a federal fetal pain/20 week abortion ban that we Texans can proudly proclaim we led the country in passing when the HB2 omnibus bill was signed into state law in 2013.
To memorialize the anniversary of Roe V. Wade, as president of Texas Leadership Coalition, I gave a speech at a press conference on January 15th in front of the Planned Parenthood mega-abortion center under construction on 2140 Babcock to remind the public that abortion is not medical care and pregnancy is not a disease. For the full transcript, click here: SPPSA PRESS CONFERENCE
Last call – Please join us and show your pro-life colors at the pro-life rallies on Saturday in Austin and Milam Park in San Antonio on Sunday. Numbers count. WEAR BLUE! There will be protestors holding a pro-Roe rally on the north steps of the Capitol from 1:30-3:30. They will be wearing orange.
Join us in fighting the Planned Parenthood abortion behemoth racing forward to complete their abortion mega-center in San Antonio which will make our city the abortion capital of South Texas!
Who will stop this? If not us, who will?
The Stop Planned Parenthood San Antonio Coalition is comprised of local pro-life organizations which include the Allied Women’s Center, San Antonio Coalition for Life, the San Antonio Right to Life, Life Choices and other crisis pregnancy centers, Texas Leadership Coalition, San Antonio Family Association, St. Joan of Arc Brigade, Love of Truth Ministries, and many other excellent pro-life organizations in San Antonio who are uniting to combat the expansion of abortion in our city. Please help us raise our voices against the abortion providers in our city.
Visit the Stop Planned Parenthood tables at the Austin and San Antonio rallies this weekend. Details below:
Saturday, January 24th, 2015 – Texas Rally for Life in Austin
Round Trip Bus Trip Schedule to Austin Sponsored by San Antonio Coalition for Life
8:00 AM – Mass at St. Paul’s Catholic Church, 350 Sutton Dr. San Antonio
9:15 AM – Gather and prayerfully process to Planned Parenthood (104 Babcock, 78201)
10:30 AM – Gather at adjacent SACFL office (154 Babcock, 78201) to board SACFL charter bus for Austin (bring sack lunch to eat on the bus). Tickets are $10 (contact Kellie to reserve your spot 210-737-2235 or email@example.com). Reserve your seat and pay as you board the bus. T-Shirts will also be for sale for $10. Checks or cash welcome!
12:30 PM – Meet at 18th and N. Congress Ave and Ministry Fair
1:00 PM – Gather at 18th and N. Congress Ave for the March to the Capitol
1:30 PM – Begin march to the Capitol
2:00-3:00 PM – Rally on South steps of the Capitol (plenty of amazing speakers)
@ 6 PM Return to San Antonio
Sunday, January 25th, 2015 – San Antonio Right to Life Rally
Mass and Procession sponsored by St. Joan of Arc Brigade
11 AM – Mass at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 623 E. Commerce Street San Antonio
12:30 PM – Prayer Procession to Milam Park Rally starts in front of St. Joseph’s Church led by Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Knights of Columbus Color Guard. For more information, contact Darlene Jimenez, 210-771-5757
San Antonio Right to Life Rally, Milam Park, 501 W. Commerce 78207
Sponsored by San Antonio Right to Life
1:30 PM Pre-Rally Musical Interlude
2:00 – 3:00 PM
Welcome and Recognition of Pro-Life Leaders
Presentation of Colors: Knights of Columbus
Pledge of Allegiance: Children
“God Bless America”: Sophia Lopez and Leslie Lopez who were saved from abortion
Introduction of Master of Ceremonies
Opening Remarks: Al Notzon
Recognition of past Pro Life Leaders: Tere Haring
Keynote speaker: Carol Everett, former abortion, Founder of Heidi Group
Musical Interlude: Sophia and Leslie Lopez
Address and Closing Remarks: Father Larry Christian, Vicar General Archdiocese of San Antonio
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