A very good video - a little surprising from the BBC.
A very good video - a little surprising from the BBC.
Quick video and some pictures. Almost 50 people were there to protest abortion, and support peace in the womb. A conservative estimate; about 1,400 vehicles went past the one hour vigil.
"Every human being is called to solidarity in a world battling between life and death"- Ignacio Ellacuria, Jesuit martyr in El Salvador
Nine photos -
"Health Care Happens Here" - the great lie.
Here is the information -
Here's the message from the Bronx and Manhattan -
40 Days for Life-NYC begins today! Please join us!
We at EMC invite you, starting today, September 25th, through November 3rd, to attend our Fall New York City 40 Days for Life campaigns, at Dr. Emily's abortion mill in the South Bronx or at Planned Parenthood-NYC on Bleeker St. and Mott St in Manhattan.
EMC FrontLine's outreach to women in pregnancy begins its 29th year of operation this October 2nd.
In that time we have been privileged to save over 42,000 girls and women from abortion. That's over 42,000 babies saved!
Our life-saving outreach, extends across the City of New York, in Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn, and across the country, too.
Our times of vigil at Dr. Emily's, at 560 Southern Blvd., at 149th St?
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 7:30AM till 11:15AM. Wednesday and Saturday from 7:30AM till Noon.
For Planned Parenthood vigil hours please email or call.
Our need is for prayer, and public witness but please do not bring signs.
Remember, that we cannot do this without YOU!
It is to convert mothers, fathers and pedestrians to Life outside the worst abortion mill in the Bronx, where the abortion rate is over 48%, and to reach a heavy flow of "clients" at the primary Planned Parenthood in NYC (there have four sites).
And Sunday's Rally in Greenburgh, outside the Planned Parenthood abortion chamber, mentioned in the notes below:
A Blessing on the effort, offered by Fr. Herman of the Orthodox community:
1. Approach your pastor about promoting the campaign in your church via bulletin and/or pulpit announcements.2. Be a shift captain at the Planned Parenthood vigil.3. Make phone calls to volunteers.
Change is due to the weather. Note that campaign begins Ash Wednesday, February 13th.
Outside of Planned Parenthood in Greenburgh 2-4 PM.
Here are details for the campaign -
40 Days for Life is a peaceful, highly-focused, non-denominational, pro-life initiative that focuses on 40 days of prayer and fasting, peaceful vigil at abortion facilities, and grassroots educational outreach. The Spring 2013 Campaign begins February 13 and continues through March 24. The local campaign will feature a peaceful 40-day prayer vigil in the public right-of-way outside Planned Parenthood at 175 Tarrytown Road in Greenburgh.
All prayer vigil participants are asked to sign a statement of peace, pledging to conduct themselves in a Christ-like manner at all times. For more information or to sign up for the vigil, please visit: www.40daysforlife.com/whiteplains or contact Gerald Yeung at (914) 837-7008. There will be a KICKOFF RALLY on Saturday, February 9, from 2:00pm to 4pm at the Planned Parenthood.
Close to 60 people were at the Rally in Greenburgh/White Plains. The 7:30AM to 7:30PM vigils begin this Wednesday.to sign up for one or more hours, go here 40 Days for Life - White Plains and follow the simple instructions.
Pictures tell the story.
Fr. Rojas of of St. Jospeh's Parish in Yonkers
The remarkably successful pro-life activist program. Go to the 40 Days for Life website for documentation on the success of this program, begun in 2007, with over a half a million participants in 440 cities. Documented lives saved - 5,928, and counting!
40 Days for Life in Rockland County, in 2011
And now, with a kickoff Rally set for Saturday, September 22nd at the Greenburgh Planned Parenthood - here's the info - the site is easily accessible
Saturday, September 22 from 2:30pm to 4pm. The location is the DOT
triangle 2 blocks east of the Planned Parenthood at 175 Tarrytown Road,
White Plains (get directions from Google or Bing, not Mapquest which is
incorrect). Parking is along the right side of Prospect Avenue (one-way), up the
hill on Greenvale Circle, or across the street in the Greenburgh Town
Court parking lot.
Come and join together with your fellow vigil volunteers to kick off this historic event! Also pick up signs and receive valuable information about the 40-day vigil.
And then for 40 days, starting on Wednesday, Sept. 26th and through November 4th - here's the Press Release. Note that the local coordinator is Gerald Yeung, and he can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-837-7008.
40 Days for Life Campaign coming to White Plains for the first time
White Plains, NY – “The nation’s most innovative, peaceful pro-life prayer outreach is coming to White Plains,” said Gerald Yeung, who is coordinating the area’s 40 Days for Life campaign. “We are eager to join together with people of faith and conscience from cities from coast to coast – and beyond – to pray for an end to abortion.”
40 Days for Life begins September 26 and continues through November 4. “Abortion takes a tremendous toll in our city,” said Yeung, “but many people aren’t even aware of it. We will share the facts with as many people as possible during the 40-day campaign,” Yeung said.
The campaign will feature a peaceful 40-day prayer vigil in the public right-of-way outside Planned Parenthood – White Plains Center at 175 Tarrytown Road. All prayer vigil participants are asked to sign a statement of peace, pledging to conduct themselves in a Christ-like manner at all times.
40 Days for Life is a peaceful, highly-focused, non-denominational, pro-life initiative that focuses on 40 days of prayer and fasting, peaceful vigil at abortion facilities, and grassroots educational outreach. The 40-day time frame is drawn from examples throughout Biblical history.
“40 Days for Life has consistently generated proven life-saving results,” said Shawn Carney, 40 Days for Life’s national campaign director. “During ten nationally coordinated campaigns, 440 communities have taken part. The efforts of half a million people of faith have made a tremendous difference.”
Carney said numerous cities reported a significant drop in abortions. “Some 23 abortion facilities have closed following 40 Days for Life efforts,” he said. “New volunteers got active in local pro-life efforts. Churches across denominations worked together to work for an end to abortion in their cities. Many post-abortive women began programs to heal from the pain caused by previous abortion experiences. And more than 5,900 babies -- and their mothers -- have been spared from the tragedy of abortion.”
“We’ve seen what 40 Days for Life has accomplished elsewhere,” said Yeung. “We can’t wait to begin here in White Plains.”
For assistance or for more information, please contact Gerald Yeung at email@example.com or (914) 837-7008.
Information here -
40 Days for Life-NYC Kick Off 2/17/12
New Life Outreach International Church
2757 Morris Avenue
Bronx, NY 10468
An excerpt from the daily 40 Days for Life email:
... Last week I showed you pictures of the 40 Days
for Life vigil in Reno, Nevada -- where the
abortionist uses a sprinkler system to soak the
people praying outside his fence.
Despite this aggressive hostility, we just received an
incredible report from that location.
A woman driving out of the abortion center's parking
lot stopped to ask one of the local volunteer for her
phone number. Shortly after, the volunteer received
a text message.
This text sums up what 40 Days for Life is about --
and the impact a local vigil can have.
Here is the exact text message:
I just wanted to send you guys a text to let you
know that what you do out there does make a
When I went to that abortion clinic last week to
drop off my money to terminate my pregnancy, I saw
people standing out there with signs. I didn’t
expect to see that and part of me felt ashamed.
I drove through the gates anyway and went inside,
gave them my money and made an appointment for
As I was driving away I couldn’t help but think
that maybe there was another way. All this week I
thought and prayed about it and I realized in my
heart what the right thing to do was.
I can’t help but think, that had you guys not been
there that day to remind me that I had another
choice, that maybe one more baby would have died
Don’t stop what you’re doing. It matters. It did
to me. From the blonde lady in the white SUV who
picked up her money instead of aborting her baby
And that's just ONE of the ...
... 3,000 lives God has saved -- that we know of ...