Feb. 6 rally will mark one-year
anniversary of Madison
decision to allow late-term abortions
The Madison Surgery Center
has not yet started to perform abortions, and we thank God every day for the
additional time we are being given to fight this horrible plan.
calendars for Saturday, February 6… Pro-Life Wisconsin and Vigil for Life of Madison
are hosting a pro-life rally and march. We encourage everyone to attend!
When: Saturday, Feb. 6, at 12 p.m.
Where: UW-Madison campus, Library Mall,
700 block of State St.
Join New York pro-life activist Chris Slattery and
pro-lifers from all around Wisconsin in
saying, “No abortions at the Madison
Signs: If you are able, we encourage you
to bring pro-life signs, either pre-made or handmade. If you have extras, we
invite you to share.
Parking: There is a public parking ramp
located at 415 N. Lake St.,
about a block from Library Mall.
BE OUR FINAL CHANCE TO STOP THE MADISON
FROM KILLING PREBORN BABIES!
On Sunday, Jan. 17, the Wisconsin State Journal printed an
article about Pro-Life Wisconsin’s fight
against late-term abortions at the Madison
Surgery Center. Click here to read the article. The Wisconsin State Journal also profiled
people who pray outside the Madison
Among those profiles are PLW board member Greg Wagner and his wife Ann (click here.)
Luau for Life
Join Pro-Life Wisconsin for a
Hawaiian-themed reception and shake off the winter blues!
Host: Pro-Life Wisconsin
Education Task Force
Location: Palms Bistro, 221 N. Broadway St., Milwaukee.
When: Thursday, Feb. 4, 6 p.m.
to 8:30 p.m.
Meet other professional pro-life people, learn about Pro-Life Wisconsin and
enjoy island-themed appetizers and drinks!
Appetizers and a drink are included for $30 ($35 if you pay at the door.)
Mail in the registration form (click here for registration form) to
Pro-Life Wisconsin by Jan. 29 or
call (262) 796-1111.
Proceeds support Pro-Life Wisconsin's educational work with pro-life TV ads,
billboards, college newspaper inserts, raising awareness about Planned
Parenthood and so much more.
*Street parking is free; public parking ramp on Chicago St. between Broadway St. and Water St.
Questions? Contact Virginia Zignego at Pro-Life Wisconsin at email@example.com
or call (262) 796-1111.
United Way and Planned Parenthood
Way of Greater Milwaukee recently announced that it surpassed its 2009 fundraising
goal, raising a total of more than $45 million. To read the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article
about United Way,
click here: http://www.jsonline.com/news/milwaukee/79010682.html.
Pro-Life Wisconsin feels it is
necessary to remind people that United
Way provides grants to Planned Parenthood,
encourages private and business donations to Planned Parenthood and promotes
Planned Parenthood as a place for people to volunteer. Planned Parenthood is
the state’s leading provider of abortions, both chemical and surgical.
How is United Way linked to Planned Parenthood
below are linked to corresponding Web sites.
United Way of Greater Milwaukee lists PPWI as a “community health partner”.
The Brown County United
Way directs people to PPWI
for emergency contraception, birth control, health exams, etc.
United Way of Greater Milwaukee lists PPWI on their 2009 pledge form.
United Way of Walworth County approved PPWI for a grant in
United Way of Dane County refers volunteers to PPWI and has a glowing write-up of PPWI on their Web site.
United Way of Wisconsin is promoted as an organizational member on PPWI’s Web site.
United Way collaborated
with the City of Appleton to provide a $5,000 grant to Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin to
furnish Hispanic/Latina women with IUDs.
Volunteers needed; PLW is on Facebook
are needed for an upcoming project this spring and summer in Milwaukee. Contact Virginia Zignego at Pro-Life
Wisconsin at Virginia@prolifewisconsin.org
for more information or call (262) 796-1111. The aim of this project is to raise
money to further our pro-life media efforts in the Milwaukee area. Last summer’s volunteers
donated more than 500 hours, which resulted in Pro-Life Wisconsin purchasing
pro-life billboard space in Milwaukee.
Pro-Life Wisconsin is on
Facebook… to become a fan of the group, go to Facebook.com/ProLifeWisconsin.
Top scientist finally admits
abortion-breast cancer link
From World News Daily, by Jill Stanek [emphasis
In February 2003, Dr.
Louise Brinton, the National Cancer Institute's chief of the Environmental
Epidemiology Branch, Division of Cancer
Epidemiology and Genetics, served as chairperson at an NCI workshop in
Bethesda, Md., to assess whether abortion was implicated as a breast cancer
In the opinion of
"over 100 of the world's leading experts," said the subsequent NCI
report, including Dr. Brinton, the answer was no.
But six years later something happened. Dr. Brinton either
flipped her lid, flipped ideologies, restudied the evidence and decided to recant,
or couldn't sleep at night – and she began righting her wrong.
In April 2009, Brinton co-authored a research paper
published in the prestigious journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and
Prevention, which concluded that the risk of a particularly deadly form of
breast cancer that attacks women under 40 raises 40 percent if a woman
has had an abortion.
Pro-aborts are understandably mum about Brinton's
concession. Confirmation of the ABC link would eviscerate public acceptance
and participation in abortion. Exposure of a long-term cover-up would
eviscerate the savings accounts of abortionists and the abortion industry
following lawsuit losses of a magnitude as great as or greater than the
class-action lawsuits against tobacco companies.
Click here to read more.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Haiti. For
those who wish to assist Haiti
in the recovery effort, below is a list of organizations, compiled by Human
Life International, which support the Catholic Church's views on social
justice, life issues, and marriage and family issues.
US-based groups to support (and location). Click to
ID, OH); A
Simple House (DC, MO); Paul
Stefan Home of Our Lady of Guadalupe (VA); Alexandra's
House (MO); Franciscan Daughters of Mary (KY); Franciscan
Friars of the Renewal (US).
of Columbus and many local chapters of St. Vincent de Paul are doing excellent
work, so look them up!
International groups to support. Click to follow
Sisters of Charity; Missionaries of Charity; Sisters
of Life; Little Sisters of the Poor
Aid to the Church in Need;
Mary Mother of God Mission Society (Russia); Missionaries of the Poor; Franciscan
For more information, click here.
Affiliate remembrances of Roe v. Wade
Outagamie/Winnebago County will gather for prayer at the Planned Parenthood in Appleton, located at 3800 N. Gillette St.,
from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Jan. 22.
Pro-Life Wisconsin Juneau County will gather for 37 minutes (one
minute for each year of legalized abortion) on Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. at the
Juneau County Courthouse, located at 101 State St. in Mauston.
Pro-Life Wisconsin Dane County will gather for a prayer vigil on
Jan. 22 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Madison Surgery
Pro-Life Wisconsin Rock County will be praying and witnessing at
the abortion mill in Rockford,
Ill., on Jan. 22 from 7:30 a.m.
to 10 a.m. A holy hour of prayer will follow at St. Peter’s Adoration Chapel
in South Beloit, Ill. For more information call Charlene
Tolme at (608) 362-3406.
Pro-Life Wisconsin Kenosha will have a prayer vigil on Saturday, Jan. 23 at 11 a.m., at Planned Parenthood in Kenosha, located at Roosevelt Rd. and
All are welcome to join us whenever possible. Contact Karie Kinzler firstname.lastname@example.org (262) 656-0301 for
will be a prayer vigil at Family
Planning Health Services in Wausau,
located at 719 N. 3rd Ave.,
on Jan. 21 at 2 p.m.
additional events, please contact Pro-Life Wisconsin at (877) 463-7945 or
Milwaukee Archdiocesan Respect Life Mass will be held at St. John Vianney Parish (1755 N. Calhoun Rd.,
Brookfield) on Jan. 22. Rosary
for Life at 6:30 p.m., followed by Mass at 7 p.m. Make sure you stop by the
PLW information table!
Milwaukee Deacons for Life will be hosting the first annual
Archdiocesan-wide Holy Hour for Life on the vigil of the national day of
penance and prayer. On Jan. 21, in more than 115 parishes throughout the
Archdiocese, Holy Hours for Life will be held simultaneously from 7 p.m. to 8
p.m. View the list of participating churches at http://www.archmil.org/Archdiocese-Events/Day-Penance-Prayer-for-Life.htm.
Respect Life Masses with Bishop Ricken:
Tuesday, Jan. 19 at St. Pius X Parish in Appleton
and Friday, Jan. 22 at Ss. Peter and Paul Parish in Green Bay. Mass times are 7 p.m. at both
A rEVOLution (of Love): A chastity panel discussion for teens based
on the Theology of the Body will be held at Christ the King
Parish in McFarland on Sunday, Jan. 24 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 pm. Sponsored
by the Diocese of Madison, Pro-Life Wisconsin's Director of Legislation Matt
Sande and his wife Rebecca will join a panel that includes Dr. Michael Kloess
of Our Lady of Hope Clinic, Leah Stader, a nurse involved in fertility care,
and Fr. Eric Sternberg, a priest of the Diocese ordained in 2005. Panel
members will also answer real life questions from teens. All high school
students and parents are invited to attend. Refreshments will be
served. For more information contact Andy Galvin at (608) 821-4517 or
Sarabeth Bowe at (608) 838-9797.
Days for Life Wausau starts Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17 and goes through
Palm Sunday. All are invited to participate. Go to 40daysforlife.com/Wausau,
where you may sign up or receive further information. 40 Days for Life
has been very successful with life-saving results.
Days for Life Milwaukee kicks off at noon on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17, and
goes through Palm Sunday. 40 Days for Life will be observed in Milwaukee from 7 a.m.
till 7 p.m. All are invited to go to www.40daysforlife.com/milwaukee
and sign up for time slots. 40 Days for Life has been an outreach
that has affected change... positive change with life-saving results. Join
others in saving babies!
In Wausau, there will be a prayer vigil on Thursdays at 2
p.m. at Family Planning Health Services. For more information, contact
Janet Nichols at (715) 848-2174. FPHS now closes on Friday at 1 p.m. Thank
The St. Mary's Oratory Holy Name Society will pray the Rosary once a
month on Saturday at 10:45 a.m. at Family Planning Health Services. Please
call Ron Putzer at (715) 842-5368 to confirm date.
Cenacles of Life meets every Saturday morning at
6:45 a.m. to pray two Rosaries for pro-life intentions before the 7:30 a.m.
Mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Pine Bluff, west of Madison.
The Servants of Our
Lady of Guadalupe has a prayer vigil every Monday at 4:30 p.m.
in Wisconsin Rapids
on 8th St.
by the Shopko mall to pray for the closing of the Planned Parenthood. If
you have any questions contact Will Goodman at (608) 698-7443.
The Servants of Our Lady of Guadalupe has a
prayer vigil every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in Stevens Point in front of the strip mall
next to Family Video to pray for the closing of Family Planning Health
Services. If you have any questions contact Jen Dunnett at (715) 340-2779.
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