chance to register for Pro-Life Wisconsin's annual golf outing
Saturday, June 26
8:30 a.m. registration
9 a.m. shotgun start
Reception and lunch to follow
Kettle Hills Golf Course
3375 Highway 167 West
Richfield, WI 53076
$50 per person
Includes 9 holes of golf (scramble format), shared cart, contests,
lunch and prizes.
To register, call Pro-Life Wisconsin at (877) 463-7945 or register
NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin advocates eugenics
Lisa Subeck, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin, had the
following letter to the editor in the June 18 edition of the Wisconsin State Journal (read it
A year and a half has
passed since Madison's only provider of abortion care between 19 and 22
weeks of pregnancy retired. Though a plan has been approved to offer
abortions at Madison Surgery Center, a gap in reproductive health care
remains because the center is not yet providing them.
What happens to a woman
diagnosed with cancer who must terminate her pregnancy to receive
lifesaving treatment? Or who learns a severe fetal anomaly will leave
her baby unable to survive outside the womb? Or to the 14-year-old
incest victim, too ashamed to tell anyone she's pregnant until she can
no longer hide it?
Women seeking abortions
late in the second trimester generally face desperate circumstances and
difficult choices. Without this service available here, they must
travel to Milwaukee or Chicago for the care they need.
No woman faced with
terminating her pregnancy under dire circumstances should have to
travel to receive care away from her family, doctors and support
system. This is the real story of the gap in abortion care in Madison.
This is nothing more than Hitler’s eugenics gone mainstream. Lest we
forget, Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger advocated for
eugenics against the disabled, Catholics and minorities.
Pro-Life Wisconsin opposes abortion in ALL
cases. The circumstances of a person’s conception or
physical or mental abilities do not determine one’s worth. In the case
of fetal abnormality, when abortion is used to do away with a
disability, it is discrimination of the most severe kind. These
children are not merely discriminated against for their disability;
they are killed because of it. Abortions in these cases raise
frightening prospects, for if it is right to kill a disabled person in
the womb, could it not then be permissible to kill a disabled infant? A
disabled adult? The answer is clearly “no” in those cases; why is there
any question when the victim is a child in the womb? Preborn children
diagnosed with disabilities deserve to be treated with the same respect
as people born with or without a disability. Every person, born or
unborn, has the same worth in God’s eyes.
Furthermore, Subeck's claim that "Madison's
abortion care between 19 and 22 weeks of pregnancy
retired" is not true. Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin admitted
in its Fall 2009 newsletter (click
here for the PDF) that abortionist Dennis Christiansen was not
retiring and would be performing abortions at least four days a month
in Milwaukee and Rockford, Ill. Sidewalk counselors at the Madison
Planned Parenthood, located on Orin Road, observed Christiansen
entering the abortuary this past week.
Wrap-up report on UW
abortionist Dutton leaving
Associated Press picked up Pro-Life Wisconsin's press release about
University of Wisconsin abortionist Caryn Dutton's departure. The
Associated Press article was printed in the June 15 editions of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin State Journal, Boston Herald and many smaller
newspapers across Wisconsin. The news was covered by Jill Stanek on her
radio stations. Click
here to read the Associated Press article.
The Harvard Crimsom, the
student newspaper at Harvard, confirmed that Dutton will be joining the
faculty at Harvard Medical School (click
here). This means Dutton will most likely be teaching medical
school residents at Harvard how to perform abortions.
Jill Stanek: Coming soon or already here --
taxpayer funded telemed abortion systems
Last week, Pro-Life Wisconsin revealed Planned Parenthood's
telemedicine system already in place for dispensing birth control
pills. Jill Stanek wrote about the issue on her blog and later revealed
that Planned Parenthood of the Greater Northwest has a similar setup in
place in Alaska (click
here to read).
From Jill Stanek's blog:
New York Times
reported on June 8:
So far only Planned
Parenthood clinics in IA use this [RU-486 telemed abortion]
method, but around the country, abortion providers have begun asking
how they might replicate the concept.
I don't necessarily believe it's true that RU-486 telemed abortions are
confined to IA at this point. Adding fuel to my fire is the article
below that Pro-Life WI has dug up, posted by The Business Journal of Milwaukee on
Takeaways: The telemedicine system has been in place at WI Planned
Parenthoods and paid for with tax dollars for 2 years, the same length
of time PP of the Heartland has been committing telemed abortions.
Wide scale PP collusion on telemed abortions for quite awhile is not
only possible but probable. I expect many more PPs around the country
have been girding for them with government grants, funding telemed
systems under the guise of needing them to dispense birth control pills.
Furthermore, Teri Huyck, the new CEO of PP of WI, is definitely one not
to be trusted if she says WI PPs haven't started committing telemed
abortions. Huyck was instrumental in the Aurora
FDA panel endorses ellaOne, new abortifacient pill
The article below discusses how the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
[FDA] recommended approval of a new abortifacient drug, named ellaOne.
Demonstrating that the FDA panel is not an independent panel of
"experts," UW-Madison Law School professor Alta Charo, who sits on the
the Alan Guttmacher Institute and Planned Parenthood Federation of
America, is currently a "senior advisor in the Office of Commissioner
to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration." To read why Pro-Life
Wisconsin is opposed to emergency contraception, click
Associated Press, Washington Post, June 18:
U.S. government health experts voted Thursday to endorse a new type of
morning-after contraceptive pill that works longer than existing
products, concluding that it is safe and effective.
The unanimous recommendation from the Food and Drug Administration's
panel of reproductive health experts moves the pill ellaOne, which is
approved in Europe, one step closer to the U.S. markets. The FDA is not
required to follow the panel's advice, although it often does.
EllaOne [is marketed for use] for up to five
days after sex. Plan B, the most widely used emergency contraceptive
pill, is effective only if women take it within three days of having
EllaOne has drawn criticism from anti-abortion groups, which say the
drug is closer to an abortion pill than emergency contraception.
here to read more.
Counselor Training: Saturday July 31, 9 a.m.
to noon; St. Bridget Parish, 600 Clifford Ave., Loves Park, Ill.
Sidewalk counseling is exactly what the name implies — standing on the
sidewalk outside an abortion clinic, counseling women and couples on
their way inside. It is a last attempt to turn their hearts away from
abortion and offer real help. Veteran sidewalk counselor JT Eschbach
from the Pro-Life Action League will be conducting this free seminar
that is open to people of all ages who are interested in knowing how to
be an effective witness for Christ and life at an abortion clinic. This
free training is also very helpful for anyone interested in learning
how to talk to people about abortion and help guide them to real help.
To attend this free seminar email Kevin at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (815) 494-0333. Sponsored by
The Rockford Pro-Life Initiative and Pro-Life Wisconsin Rock County.
Ozaukee County invites all to join the parade! Come join us in
Cedarburg on Sunday, July 4 for an 11 a.m. start! Proudly carry our
banner, casually toss a few pounds of candy or just walk along with us
and support PLW! Cheering "fans" all along the mile-long route help to
make this an event worthwhile! Contact Charmaine at
email@example.com or (262) 387-0587.
Mark Kimble, a Dane County
affiliate member, is doing an Appalachian Hike For Life this
summer. Mark has testified on pro-life issues at the Capitol and has
prayed in front of abortuaries in Madison for years. Pro-Life Wisconsin
is among the groups whom Mark will be donating the proceeds from his
Hike For Life to. Click here
for more information.
Pro-Life Wisconsin Dane
County maintains a regular prayer presence outside the Planned
Parenthood abortuary in Madison. Call Peter at (608) 256-0585 about
prayer dates and times.
Chippewa Valley prays and gives public witness against abortion
and contraception outside the Eau Claire Planned Parenthood (1231
Menomonie St.) every Thursday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and the first
Saturday of the month at 11 a.m.
Milwaukee County gathers regularly on Saturday mornings at the
Affiliated abortion center in Milwaukee, between 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
SIDEWALK COUNSELORS ARE NEEDED! If you can come pray or counsel women
entering the abortuary, please contact Peggy Hamill, (262) 796-1111, or
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Outagamie County invites you to love your preborn neighbor as
yourself, by going out to the places where abortions are sold and
committed. Please plan to come and sidewalk counsel (beside the
driveway), pray and witness with signs. Abortions are scheduled from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday at Planned Parenthood Appleton
North on 3800 N. Gillett St.
Walworth County prays at Planned Parenthood in Delavan, 312 S.
7th St., on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Call Phil for more
information, (262) 742-3299.
Waukesha County will join other pro-lifers for monthly prayer
in front of the Planned Parenthood in Waukesha, 426 W. Main St. Prayer
gatherings will be held the fourth Saturday of every month at 10 a.m.
Pro-Life Wisconsin Juneau
County gathers for prayer witness every Monday from 4 p.m. to 5
p.m. at Family Planning Health Services, 522 State Road 82 # F, in
Mauston. Please call Richard Irwin, (608) 565-6706, for more
information. They meet every second Tuesday of the month at the Hatch
Public Library in Mauston at 7 p.m. in the Community Room.
Pro-Life Wisconsin Kenosha
will have a Saturday prayer vigil at 11 a.m. in
front of Planned Parenthood in Kenosha, located at Roosevelt Rd. and
36th Ave. Contact Karie Kinzler at email@example.com or (262)
656-0301 for further details.
Please join Pro-Life
Wisconsin Racine for a prayer vigil every Wednesday from 11 a.m.
until noon at the Racine Planned Parenthood, 832 Main St. All are
welcome to join with your presence or your prayers.
Rock County Chapter of
Pro-Life Wisconsin encourages people to come to the Rockford
abortion mill to pray, witness and counsel. Called “NIWC,” the Northern
Illinois Women’s Center, is located at 10th St and Broadway, Rockford,
Ill. Mothers seeking abortion enter between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10
a.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays. The Rosary begins at 9:30 a.m. followed
by the Divine Mercy Chaplet. For more information please call Mary Jane
Stephan (815) 624-2270 or (815) 670-1166. PLW Rock County is also on Facebook!
How do we help build a
culture of life in America? Marisa Beffel will give a talk at
St. John the Evangelist (8500 W. Coldspring Rd., Greenfield) on
Tuesday, June 22 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Refreshments provided. Sponsored
by the parish's Respect Life committee. Marisa's talk will cover how
modern technology, medical practice and democratic laws should promote
and protect the dignity, life and rights of everyone. Click
here to view flier.
Fr. Thomas Euteneuer,
Human Life International, will give a
presentation titled "An Evening with an Exorcist" on Sunday, June 27 at
6:30 p.m. at Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Green Bay. Father
will discuss the link between abortion and demonic possession. All are
welcome. Call (920) 435-7548 with questions.
Pro-life stations of the
cross and picnic with Fr. Rick Heilman
and the missionary image of Our Lady of Guadalupe: Sunday, July 18 at 5
p.m. at the Orin Rd. Planned Parenthood in Madison. Pro-life family
picnic to follow across the street at Our Lady of Victory property.
Bring dish to pass if able, not required. Table settings and drinks
will be provided. Bring your own lawn chairs. Call Jeanne at (608)
516-8632 any questions. Headcount helpful, not required, for picnic.
Holy Hour for the Unborn:
Parish, 8500 W. Cold Spring Rd., Greenfield,
Wis. We come together every fourth Wednesday of the month from 7 p.m.
to 8 p.m. to pray for the end of abortion. The church has 24 hours of
Adoration seven days a week. Contact Kathy Knaack with questions,
Eyewitness for Life:
By attending a one-hour Seeing is Believing event
you will get to tour our new facility and learn how Eyewitness for Life
utilizes the miracle of ultrasound technology to rescue the women we
serve, and the children they are carrying, from the tragedy of abortion
- thereby saving two lives at a time. The upcoming event will be held
on June 26. Our program begins at 10 a.m. Eyewitness for Life is
located at 9008 W. Burleigh St., Milwaukee. Call (414) 462-5483 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
St. Mary's Oratory Holy
Name Society prays the Rosary once a month on Saturday at 10:45
a.m. at Family Planning Health Services. 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.