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Stop the Roe Act -call your local legislators !

09-Jun-2020




                               Let Your Voice Be Heard – Again

                                         Lord, who is my neighbor?  “Say No to ROE”- say it loud !

 

The state legislature is hoping to expand abortion until birth.

Call your legislators who are not taking the Governors recommendation, and are                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

expanding abortion through birth itself which is called infanticide.


 This is a picture of  some patriot souls who weekly walk the “Jericho March” around the State House until a Roe decision is made. On December 5th, red roses were left for the legislators to see at a peace rally at the statehouse . Too many people are  not being heard by a legislature that does not listen to the people. Call your representative for house and senate and tell them you do not approve this measure which costs lives and removes family rights of parents of young girls.                                                                                                                                                        MCFL Christmas Caroling in front of Planned Parenthood, 1055 Commonwealth Ave., Boston

Saturday, December 19, 10 am to noon

Bring the light of God’s love to the darkness of the abortion clinic.  Babies have been saved by this     effort!

 

JERICHO MARCH around the Massachusetts Statehouse, 24 Beacon St., Boston, for a fair and     peaceful outcome to our elections and the veto of the Roe Act Amendment to the State Budget Bill.

Sunday, December 20, 12 noon to 2 PM, and EVERY Sunday until there is a definitive outcome to our elections.

      As Jesus tells us we are all responsible for our brothers: Lord, who is my neighbor?