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Woman Tries to Crowdfund Her Abortion So She Can Party
 



Crowdfunding is a form of fundraising that involves getting a large number of people, many of them strangers, to financially back your project. 

Recently, a woman named Bailey tried to use GoFundMe.com, a popular crowdfunding website, to raise money for her intended abortion. Her fundraising page, started by her boyfriend named Lucifer (not joking), stated clearly the purpose of her campaign: 
Aside from having no desire to raise a child, she is economically unstable and can barely afford to support herself, which means having enough money to pay rent, smoke cigarettes, drink rockstar, support her friends in prison, and if she’s really busted her [a$$], maybe go to a show or two.”
Read more here.

Fortunately, Bailey's campaign has since been removed by GoFundMe.com, but it is unclear if she plans to go through with her abortion. 

This Weekend: National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children 


On September 10, 1988, the remains of approximately 1,200 aborted children were buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Milwaukee. The bodies of these babies were set out for trash pick-up on a loading dock, and they included hundreds of unborn children aborted at two, now closed, Milwaukee abortion clinics.

To mark the anniversary of the burial of these 1,200 aborted babies, the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children, a nationwide even, will take place on September 13th. In Wisconsin, memorial services will be held in Milwaukee and Dane at the graves of aborted babies. 

Click here for more information on how you can participate.  

We Need You!


 

Pro-Life Wisconsin has numerous upcoming activities that we need your participation in to help them be successful! We are currently looking for volunteers as well as participants in the following activities.

  • Memorial to the Unborn Services – attend one in your area. Learn more here.
  • Loving Life 5K fun run/walk – We need participants as well as volunteers! Sign up now to guarantee a t-shirt. To volunteer, please contact Emma at 262-796-1111 ext. 14 or email eskuglik@prolifewisconsin.org.
  • Annual Auction Dinner – It’s not too early to sign up!  Also, we are looking for volunteers to help with set up the day of the auction as well as table captains. We are looking at shared volunteer jobs so you won’t be at the table all evening. Contact Bonnie for further details. 262-796-1111 ext. 10 or email office@prolifewisconsin.org.

Accoring to Planned Parenthood, Infancticide in "The Giver" is Simply an Abortion




The new movie "The Giver" has been making waves among pro-lifers for its strong, life-affirming message. The story takes place in a dystopian society that regularly practices infanticide and euthanasia. While the practice is commonplace, it is hidden by happy sounding language that rebrands cold-blooded killing as being "released." 

When the main character finds out what being "released" really means, he is horrified and takes action to save the life of a baby doomed to be killed. 

After the movie's debut, abortion advocates raced to distance abortion from infanticide, claiming they are two different things. Yet, as Live Action News explains, abortion advocates have long equated abortion with infanticide. 
The babies killed by Karpen and Gosnell were already born when they snipped their spinal cords or twisted their heads off, and yet at the time they considered themselves to be completing unfinished abortions. The infanticide possibilities about which Planned Parenthood was questioned by US representatives also refer to babies who are already alive outside of and independently of their mothers. The fantasy world in which infanticide and abortion do not mutually coexist is just that: a fantasy.
Read more.

Pro-Life News

Affiliate Announcements


Vigil for Life - PLW Dane County has a perpetual presence on the sidewalks in front of Madison's Planned Parenthood. Each day that Planned Parenthood is open for business, at least two people will be scheduled to be present on the sidewalk. Mon. (9 a.m.-11 a.m.), Thurs. (1 p.m. - 6 p.m.), and Fri. (1 p.m.-3 p.m.). Tuesdays and Wednesdays are abortion days at the clinic, and a presence will be maintained during all business hours---9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on  Wednesdays. Individuals or groups are needed to sign up for one hour or more. Click here to view the online scheduling calendar or contact Elizabeth Weisshaar at info@vigilforlife.org.
 
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Courtesy Announcements


La Crosse Catholic Charities' Balladz 4 Babiez - Join La Crosse Catholic Charities on September 11 for a fun, 80s-themed sing along night with costume contests, karaoke, and more! For more information, contact Roberta Kostka at rkostka@cclse.org or by calling 715-832-6644.

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7th annual Appleton Eucharistic Procession for Life - We at St. Pius X believe in the sanctity of life.  Please, join us for a public display of our faith on September 13, 2014.  We will gather at St. Pius X on 500 W. Marquette St, Appleton, WI and start with a 7:30 am Rosary before the 8:00 am Mass.  At 9:00 am a procession will form and walk from St. Pius  to an abortion clinic just two miles from our church.  Along the way, we will stop 2 times for prayers to end the practice of abortion.  When the procession arrives at the abortion clinic, we will join for more prayers. 
 
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September 8, 2014

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