December 8, 2017

 ACTION ITEMS

Contact Governor John Kasich HERE and tell him to sign H.B. 493 including the Unborn Heartbeat Protection amendment without veto. 

Tell Zales to stop promoting same sex marriage HERE.

Donations needed for sidewalk counselors who are ministering to abortion minded women at Planned Parenthood and Preterm. Items needed are baby booties, hats, diapers ,blankets and toiletry items for the moms. These items may be dropped off at the Lake County Right to Life office, 8558 Mentor Ave., Mentor, OH (behind Mosacks). PLEASE CALL AHEAD (440-255-5257) before dropping them off and we will let you know when the next time the office will be open. The volunteer schedule is sporadic. Jacqui will be at the office 12-4pm December 15th and every Thursday after Christmas beginning Jan. 5.

 

 

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27th Annual National Night of Prayer  
December 8/9
9PM Thursday to 1 AM Friday
St Patrick Church Rectory
3602 Bridge Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio  44113
Rectory:  (216) 631-6872
Come when you can and stay as long as you wish.
for more information call Rita Santora at (216) 281-9791

 

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"Peace in the Womb"
Pro-Life Christmas Caroling Day

 

Join us as we take part in another national pro-life event.
WHERE: PRETERM, 12000 SHAKER BLVD.
WHEN: SAT. DEC. 17th at 10AM
Pro-Life Action League's "Peace in the Womb" Caroling Day brings the Christmas message of peace and joy to the darkness of the abortion clinic. 
Join pro-lifers like you at abortion facilities across the country as we sing our favorite carols reminding abortion-bound mothers that the salvation of the world came through an unplanned pregnancy!
Invite all your pro-life contacts to join you sharing the Christmas message of PEACE by singing carols at your local abortion facility.

 

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Save the Date!

LAKE COUNTY RIGHT TO LIFE'S ANNUAL 
WINTER LIFE EVENT
Sunday, January 15, 2017
2:00 pm
St. Mary of the Assumption's School Gym
8540 Mentor Avenue, Mentor, OH


This year's venue has changed! We will meet in the parking lot of St. Mary's school gym at 2:00 pm and walk on the sidewalks of Acacia St. to Mentor Avenue. From there we will proceed to the intersection of Mentor Avenue and Route 615, standing on the south side. There we will pray silently for the protection of all human life for 30 minutes, then return to the gym for our indoor program. Signs will be provided if you choose to carry one.  
This year's topic will be on EUTHANASIA presented by Barry Sheets. Ohio is a target for this movement of death and our guest speaker will address the issue and what we can do about it.
Coffee, hot chocolate and cookies will be provided. Please join us for this FREE event and bring a friend!

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Barry Sheets is the President and Senior Consultant for Principled Policy Consulting, a public policy lobbying and political consulting firm. His activities include directing the legislative efforts of a number of pro-life and pro-family organization in the state capital, helping to run state and national political campaigns, and advising on non-profit management and growth issues.
He is the Founder and Executive Director of the Institute for Principled Policy, a Biblical public policy think tank and lobbying non-profit. The Institute seeks to educate and encourage Biblically consistent policies and candidates for office at the local, state and national levels. 


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Get Ready for the National March for Life!

The Knights of Columbus Father Ragan Council 3269 RTL Bus Trip to Washington DC Jan. 27, 2017

The Knights of Columbus Father Ragan Council 3269, Avon, Ohio will
sponsor a Bus Trip for the 2017 Pro Life Rally and March in Washington DC
on January 27.  

The bus will depart from Ragan Hall on January 26, 2017, 8 PM. The Hall
is located at 1783 Moore Road, Avon (next to B.J.'s at the intersection of
Rt. 611 and I-90). The bus will arrive at approximately 5 AM at the
Basilica of Immaculate Conception in DC. At the Basilica you can tour it,
have breakfast at the cafeteria and there is a Mass at the Basilica (time
to be determined). At approximately 10:30 AM the bus will depart the
Basilica for the National Mall for the Rally at 11:45 AM and March to the
Supreme Court Building commencing at 1 PM. The bus will depart from DC no
later than 4 PM to arrive back at Ragan Hall in Avon by midnight Jan. 27.


The bus line that we are using is Lakefront Lines.  
The cost for this trip is $80 per adult and $25 per high school or
college student. It is requested that reservations be made by December 23
with 50% deposit and balance paid on January 26. Checks should be made to
"K of C Council 3269." Deposits and reservations can be mailed to:  K of C
Council 3269  Attn: John Pabin  P.O. Box 224   Avon, Ohio 44011-0224 


Should you have any questions or would like to make a reservation please respond to me by
phone or e-mail:John Pabin K of C Council 3269 440-725-7369/john.pabin@gmail.com 

 

ST. JUSTIN MARTYR & IMMACULATE CONCEPTION "MARCH FOR LIFE 2017"

We have reserved a bus....now we need to fill it! On Thursday, Jan. 26 we will depart to Washington D.C. and arrive in time for Mass at the Basilica, visit our congressional offices, meet at the Mall for speakers, then, peacefully begin the march. We return to our bus at the Aviation Museum at 5Pm. Cost is $25.00. For details about where we meet for departure and any other questions, please call: Pat Frazier 440-946-8154(H) or 440-487-9606(C).

 

DC March for Life Bus Trip
Thurs., January 26th - Fri., January 27  

Ohio Catholic Federal Credit Union (OCFCU) is sponsoring a bus to this year's March for Life in Washington, D.C. The chartered bus will depart from St. Monica's Parish in Garfield Heights at 10:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 26, 2017. The bus will arrive in Washington, D.C. in time for the 7:00 a.m. Mass for Life at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Time will be allotted to tour the 70+ Chapels located within the National Basilica, and a cafeteria is located on-site for breakfast. The group will then travel to the Washington Monument for the kickoff to the March for Life. After the March, the group will board the bus and head back to St. Monica's, arriving at approximately 11:00 p.m. 

The cost is just $25 and includes snacks for the bus trip as well as a commemorative March for Life stocking cap. 
Contact Mike Wisnor, Catholic Outreach and Philanthropy Manager for OCFCU, at mwisnor@ohiocatholicfcu.com or (440) 213-7165 with any questions or to register for the trip.

 

SAVE THE DATE:EASTERN CATHOLICS MARCH FOR LIFE

Thursday, January 26-Saturday, January 28, 2017. Details forthcoming. Contact Susan Gallagher at 419-626-0375 or sag44870@yahoo.com. Please join us in Washington, DC!

 

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LAKE COUNTY RIGHT TO LIFE FUNDRAISER OUR TOWN AND ALL AROUND

books are $28.00. They can be used immediately, and do not expire until Dec. 1st, 2017

SELLERS LIST

MENTOR – Lake County Right To Life Office 8558 Mentor Ave., behind Mosack's 440 255-5257

MENTOR- Mosack's Religious Gifts & Supplies 440 974-2221

WILLOUGHBY- Rich & Sandy Smith 440 585-3123

WILLOUGHBY- Jeff & Diane Hollis 440 946-3305

CONCORD- Mark & Chris Reed 440 488-2675

WILLOUGHBY HILLS- Deb & Stan Malovrh 440 552- 7274

EASTLAKE- St Justin Martyr 440 946-1177

MADISON- Joe & Dawn Slike 440 428-9023

PERRY- Bob & Jacqui Fetsko 440 428-4987

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"It's A Matter of Life... by Denver Sallee

"Comfort seems to be a drug: an addiction that is so powerful it can silence and blind a generation who otherwise seems to care about injustice. It is easy to feed the hungry, get water for the thirsty or clothe the naked. There is no resistance to these acts of justice. The enemy is not fighting tooth and nail to oppose and destroy this work as he is with the abolition of abortion. When we realize what abortion actually is, we must choose to be silent and comfortable, or step out of that comfort into a battle that will stretch and test us".  Bryan Kemper  (Keynote Speaker at the upcoming St. Helen Knights of Columbus February 2017 Pro-Life Dinner)       

 

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