Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Medjugorje Visionary Ivanka Gives Her Testimony-September 2011 (English Translation)

Medjugorje Visionary Vicka Addressing Pilgrims-English Translation

Video:Lila Rose on O'Reilly Factor discusses sex-selection abortions (gendercide)

Video: The War on Baby Girls: Part 1 - Undercover in Texas

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Over 100 millions girls are missing today. These girls were victims of gendercide. The war on baby girls begins in the womb.

AUSTIN, May 29 -- Today, Live Action released a new undercover video showing a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Austin, TX encouraging a woman to obtain a late-term abortion because she was purportedly carrying a girl and wanted to have a boy. The video is first in a new series titled "Gendercide: Sex-Selection in America," exposing the practice of sex-selective abortion in the United States and how Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry facilitate the selective elimination of baby girls in the womb.

"I see that you're saying that you want to terminate if it's a girl, so are you just wanting to continue the pregnancy in the meantime?" a counselor named "Rebecca" offers the woman, who is purportedly still in her first trimester and cannot be certain about the gender. "The abortion covers you up until 23 weeks," explains Rebecca, "and usually at 5 months is usually (sic) when they detect, you know, whether or not it's a boy or a girl." Doctors agree that the later in term a doctor performs an abortion, the greater the risk of complications.

The Planned Parenthood staffer suggests that the woman get on Medicaid in order to pay for an ultrasound to determine the gender of her baby, even though she plans to use the knowledge for an elective abortion. She also tells the woman to "just continue and try again" for the desired gender after aborting a girl, and adds, "Good luck, and I hope that you do get your boy."

"The search-and-destroy targeting of baby girls through prenatal testing and abortion is a pandemic that is spreading across the globe," notes Lila Rose, founder and president of Live Action. "Research proves that sex-selective abortion has now come to America. The abortion industry, led by Planned Parenthood, is a willing participant."

Six studies in the past four years indicate that there are thousands of "missing girls" in the U.S., many from sex-selective abortion. The U.K., India, Australia, and other countries ban sex-selective abortion, but the U.S., save for three states, does not. On Wednesday, Congress will debate the Prenatal Non-Discrimination Act (PRENDA), which would ban sex-selective abortions nationally.

"Planned Parenthood and their ruthless abortion-first mentality is the real 'war on women'," says Rose. "Sex-selective abortion is gender discrimination with lethal consequences for little girls."

The complete, unedited video and transcript can be viewed at, a hub of research and information on sex-selective abortions.

Live Action is a youth led movement dedicated to building a culture of life and ending the human rights abuse of abortion. They use new media to educate the public about the humanity of the unborn and investigative journalism to expose threats against the vulnerable and defenseless.

For further information, please contact Dan Wilson or Jameson Cunningham with Shirley & Banister Public Affairs at (703) 739-5920 or (800) 536-5920 and email at More information at

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Twin Who Survived Abortion: Her Amazing Story

Claire Culwell knows what it’s like to be a survivor. At the age of 13, her mother learned she was pregnant and decided to have an abortion, though she didn’t know she was pregnant with twins. After she had an abortion of Claire’s brother, she returned to the abortion clinic after realizing she still had a growing and developing baby inside of her. Told she was too late to have a second abortion, she gave birth to Claire, who struggled on life support as she dealt with a myriad of medical issues following her birth.

Despite the obstacles she has had to overcome, Claire is actively sharing her story — urging people to choose life instead of abortion. “I found out I was affected by abortion about 3 years ago,” Culwell says. “This changed my life. I had walked into the Coalition For Life wondering what their organization provided and 5 months later I met my birth mother who told me my life is a miracle.” “My birth mother was 13 years old at the time she became pregnant with me. Her mother took her straight to an abortion clinic where she had a surgical abortion. After thinking she had “fixed the problem,” a few weeks later she realized her belly was still growing. Her mother took her back to the abortion clinic where she learned that she had been pregnant with twins,” Culwell recalls. “One was aborted; one survived.” Continuer reading HERE

Monday, May 28, 2012

Article: Virgin Mary Intercede for Us-Very Special

The May 20 issue of the National Catholic Register has a very special article titled
Mary, Mother of Mercy, Intercede for Us
May is the month traditionally dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. We should look for special ways to honor her. One way is devotion to her under one of her titles. As she told St. Faustina Kowalska, recorded in Divine Mercy in My Soul: Diary of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, “I am not only Queen of Heaven, but also the Mother of Mercy.” Devotion to Mary as Mother of Mercy continues the great connection with the feast of Divine Mercy, which often falls in May during the Easter season (this year it was April 15). Robert Stackpole, director of the John Paul II Institute of Divine Mercy, explains four ways in which Mary is rightly called our Mother of Mercy. First of all, through her Immaculate Conception, she is God’s created masterpiece of his mercy in the world. According to Stackpole, “Everything about Mary was fashioned by Divine Mercy for the work of Divine Mercy. No other creature, therefore, so completely manifests God’s mercy as does Mary Immaculate.” Continue HERE

Friday, May 25, 2012

Picture: Irish Sporting Heroes coming out to call for a Yes Vote

Irish Sporting Heroes coming out to call for a Yes Vote on Thursday 31st May. (Click on image to enlarge)

Five Reasons to Vote YES in referendum on the European Stability treaty-2012

(1) If you want to help save the Euro Vote YES. A NO vote in Ireland will have serious implications for the value of the currency in your pocket. This is part of a process to save our currency-The Euro. It is essential that we vote YES.

(2) If we vote NO we will be unable to access funds from the EU in the likely event that we can’t borrow on the bond markets. If we vote YES we can access those funds if necessary. Remember we are running a huge BUDGET DEFICIT of 15 billion Euro. A No vote means that we will be cut off from EU funds and will result in horrific cuts ( up to 30%) in Pensions, Social Welfare, Salaries, Health and Education in 2014 as we will be short 15 billion Euro to fund them . The collapse in purchasing power would spill into retail and the general economy and lead to job losses in the HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS. I do not exaggerate. If 15 billion euro is taken out at the stroke of a pen its over for Ireland. The economy will collapse in a week when our current funding runs out in 2014. It is laughable to read where the leader of a retail union is urging his members to vote NO. A NO vote will cost his members thousands of jobs in 2014 as we will be unable to fund pensions, social welfare, public service salaries, health and education. Purchasing power in the economy will drop by one third overnight in 2014 unless we vote YES. The US Chamber of Commerce in Ireland has asked for a YES vote. It has emphasized that it is essential. I have no doubt that workers in multinational companies will vote YES to safeguard their jobs. They would be mad to do otherwise. Similarly ICOS which represents the agricultural co-ops has come out strongly in favour. They have been joined by the IFA and Tourist interests. The Small Firms Association is advocating a YES vote. They represent 200000 small businesses and 655000 jobs.

(3) Much has been made of the fact that we could vote NO and access funding from the IMF. This is not a solution in the event of a NO vote as the IMF would not be prepared to fully fund Ireland. In addition there would be currency complications in the event of a fall in the value of the Euro. The IMF requires a large EU contribution. This would not be available if we vote NO. Yet Sinn Fein and the ULA persist with this nonsense.

(4) This Treaty if adhered to will ensure fiscal discipline by Euro governments which has been sadly lacking in many cases. This is in Ireland’s interest.

(5) Sinn Fein and ULA have failed to provide a workable alternative. Polemics and scare mongering by the Left are no substitute for policy.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Swiss film premiere of the history of Medjugorje

A movie musical about the history of the apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Medjugorje in Bosnia-Herzegovina took place on the 26th February in Solothurn. The movie title is "Eine Frau - Botschaften der Königin des Friedens" ( "A woman - messages of the Queen of Peace"). The premiere was held in font of large numbers of Croats resident in Switzerland, Swiss natives and people from other nations. It brought together many leading Swiss people from church, cultural and political life, and representatives of the Croatian diplomatic service in Switzerland, led by Ambassador Jaksa Muljacic. Some Serbian Orthodox believers, Moslems, Hindus and other Christians attended the premiere. The project was supported by the umbrella organization of the 75 parishes in Solothurn. A majority participating in the project were Croatian actors, dancers and musicians living in Switzerland . The film premiered on Sunday, 26. February 2012, in Solothurn (St. Marienkirche, Weststadt) and on Sunday 11th March 2012, in Dulliken (Kirche St. Wendelin)

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Beautiful: Pro-Life Poem from baby to mother says "I'm sad you'll never get to see my face".

Mother what is this I hear you say, If I could talk I’d tell you it’s okay I may not be born yet but I have ears I’m only young but can sense your fears
I cannot see you yet but I do have eyes. Mother I hate to hear your lonely cries. I know you’re feeling afraid and sad, I know your plan makes you feel bad.

But don’t feel bad mother please don’t cry, I understand that you’ve been told a lie All in the name of your choice and right, my life is destined to lose its fight

I wish that I could make you see that life will work out fine with me They’ve told you that this is not the case, I’m sad you’ll never get to see my face

But in the end I’ll be okay , it’s you I worry about when I’m taken away You may feel pain in your body and soul, what has happened to you is bound to take its toll

Despite all this mother you now have a mission, to tell your story and make them listen To tell them how you’ll never forget, how you feel now and how you regret

I hope that in some way you can be strong, to say the words abortion is wrong To say you know because you were there , you saw first hand the lack of care

The lack of compassion , the lack of joy and how you found out that I was a boy I’m not saying this to make you feel bad, I’m okay now mother it’s for you I feel sad

I know that everyday you feel sorry, but you are forgiven so do not worry If you can warn mothers about what you’ve gone through, you may have the power to save a life too.
Aoife Pedreschi

Monday, May 14, 2012

Ireland:American Chamber of Commerce Ireland calls for YES vote in referendum

Why Vote Yes:

A Yes vote is another important step on the road to economic recovery.
A Yes vote, above all else provides Stability. Stability in terms of the nation's finances; on Ireland's ongoing role as a committed member of the Eurozone and in terms of our commitment to following a defined path to recovery. This stability is a prerequisite for global corporations making strategic investment decisions and will help protect Ireland's reputation as the preferred gateway to the European market for overseas investors.
Ireland is the gateway to Europe for over 600 US businesses. These companies have invested $190 billion here and provide valuable employment to 100,000 people.
It is vital that we maintain international confidence in Ireland's position at the heart of Europe and our market access to 500 million people.

Yes Vote on the Fiscal Compact Treaty will:

Voice Ireland's on-going commitment to Europe
Organise the Eurozone economy in a way that is 'pro-growth'
Tell investors that Ireland will remain a Gateway to Europe
Encourage fiscal responsibility for Eurozone governments
Yield further investor certainty with access to the €500b European Stability Mechanism
Ensure confidence in Ireland's ability to restore growth
Safeguard Ireland's economy against future economic downturns
Source: American Chamber of Commerce Ireland

Video:David Parkes Miracle Healing in Medjugorje .

Video:Our Lady of Fatima May 13

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Ireland: IFA Calls for YES Vote in Fiscal Treaty Referendum

This is the IFA Statement: 

YES for the Irish Economy and Growth 

Membership of the EU and a stable euro is critical for exports, jobs, inward investment and economic recovery, through:
 – Access tomarkets and exchange rate stability
 – critical for our export dependent sectors including the agri-food sector, with exports of €9b in 2011; – Low Interest Rates for investment and borrowing
– essential to achieve growth targets of Food Harvest 2020 ;
– Access to funding –
 to meet existing public expenditure requirements and to provide access to European Stability Mechanism (ESM), if necessary; and
 – Foreign Direct Investment in Ireland – supporting employment and national income.

Agriculture is the only major sector with a common EU policy, the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), centrally funded from the EU budget.
The CAP benefits both producers and consumers:
– Supporting the provision of high quality, sustainably-produced food at reasonable prices and maintenance of the rural environment; and
– Supporting economic activity in all parts of the country, with 300,000 jobs in agriculture and the food industry.
 Negotiations on the future size and structure of the CAP post-2013 are on-going. It is important that Ireland has maximum influence and goodwill in the negotiations.

Why Farmers and their Families should vote YES to the Fiscal Treaty.


Questions and Answers on The Fiscal Treaty. What is new about the Fiscal Treaty? 

• The Fiscal Treaty puts existing EU legislation on the rules covering Member States’ debts and deficits into national legislation. What are the technical debt and deficit rules in the Fiscal Treaty?

1. Balanced budgets should be the norm, with a limit of 0.5% on “structural” deficits.
2. A limit of 3% on budget deficits in years of economic downturn or exceptional external event.
3. A 60% Debt: GDP ratio (or taking steps to approach this at a rate of 1/20th of the gap per year).

• Note: These rules have already been agreed by Ireland and other Euro member states, through the Stability and Growth Pact and the more recent ‘Six Pack’ of economic reform measures (2011).

What happens if Ireland does not ratify the Fiscal Treaty? 
• Unlike previous EU referendums, Ireland does not have a veto. Failure by Ireland to ratify the Treaty will not prevent it coming into force.
 • The Treaty will come into force at the beginning of 2013 once 12 or more Member States have signed up to it.
 • A country outside the Treaty will not have access to the new permanent bailout fund, the European Stability Mechanism (ESM). What is the potential impact of Ireland being excluded from the ESM?
 • Ireland’s general government deficit in 2011 was €16b. The budget adjustment for 2012 (cuts in public expenditure and increases in taxation) was €3.8b.
• Ireland is currently dependent on ‘bailout’ funding from the EU/ECB/IMF to support this deficit and to continue to fund its public expenditure requirements (e.g. health and education). This programme of support runs until the end of 2013.
 • If Ireland did not have access to the ESM, this would severely weaken the Government’s ability to borrow funds in future at affordable interest rates.
• If the Government was unable to borrow funds, the budget deficit may have to be eliminated immediately through cuts in public expenditure and increases in taxation.
• In this way, rejecting the Treaty could lead to even more austerity and job losses. (Source: Irish Farmers Association)

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Abortion: Vice President Joe Biden's Hypocrisy

Joe Biden engages in verbal gymnastics in an effort to justify the unjustifiable: Interviewer-When does life begin?
BIDEN: I’d say, Look I know when it begins for me. It’s a personally and private issue. For me as a Roman Catholic, I’m prepared to accept the teachings of my church. But let me tell you, there are an awful lot of people of great confessional faiths — Protestants, Jews, Muslims, and others — who have a different view. They believe in God as strongly as I do, intensely as religious as I am religious. They believe in their faith and they believe in human life. And they have differing views as to when life — I’m prepared as a matter of faith to accept that life begins at the moment of conception. But that is my judgment. For me to impose that judgment on everyone else who is equally and maybe even more devout than I am, seems to me isn’t appropriate in a pluralistic society. … BROKAW: But if you believe that life begins at conception, and you’ve also voted for abortion rights — BIDEN: No, what I’ve voted against was curtailing the right, criminalizing abortion. I voted against telling everyone else in the country that they had to accept my religiously based view that it’s a moment of conception. …. How am I going to out and tell you or anyone else that you must insist upon my view that is based on a matter of faith?
So Joe Biden accepts that life begins at conception but strenuously supports laws that kill the unborn on the spurious grounds that he does not want to impose his views on others. Any Catholic politician who casts a vote which supports the legalization of abortion, or protects laws allowing abortion, or votes for a widening of access to abortion, commits a mortal sin. Such a politician incurs a sentence of automatic excommunication, under canons 751 and 1364, because of heresy.

ProLifeBook: New social networking site

This story Via Jill Stanek
Creator and lead web developer Todd Bullis explained in a press release:
This tool will allow pro-life people and groups to communicate real time the activities they are involved in and promote collaboration amongst groups like never before. This is the first social networking site of its kind that is designed specifically for pro-life activism. We wanted to create a way for pro-life activities and networking to be shared world wide without censorship that often occurs to pro-life groups that try to use other conventional social networking sites.
Sign Up Here

Friday, May 4, 2012

Report:Anti-Christian discrimination a serious problem right across Europe

The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has acknowledged that anti-Christian discrimination has become a serious problem right across Europe, and has called for public debate about it.
The Organisation passed a resolution that “the right of Christians to participate fully in public life be ensured.”
It added that “in view of discrimination and intolerance against Christians, legislation in the member States, including labour law, equality law, laws on freedom of expression and assembly, and laws related to religious communities and right of conscientious objection [should] be assessed.”
The OSCE resolution was highlighted in the latest annual report of the Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe (OIDCE).
The Observatory, which monitors intolerance of Christianity in the countries of Europe, reported that discrimination against Christians right across the continent is becoming a significant problem.
But it expressed satisfaction that a number of politicians and international organisations such as the OSCE are starting to acknowledge the injustice.

In a sample of “most striking” cases last year, it noted how the Norwegian killer Anders Breivik was “instantaneously” but wrongly labelled a “Christian fundamentalist” by the world’s media.
“Anti-Christian prejudices needed a Christian equivalent to Muslim terrorism,” said Dr. Gudrun Kugler, one of the report’s authors.
As a result, a “thoughtlessly” and too-hastily attributed label “was gratefully received by the world’s media.”
The OIDCE report highlighted over 200 cases where Christians in Europe encountered either outright hate crimes or legal restrictions, including arrests and lawsuits, targeting their freedom of expression, belief and conscience.

Catholic adoption agencies in the UK, for example, have had to close down because they insisted that they could not in conscience give children for adoption to homosexual pairs.
Earlier this year a committee of Lords and MPs in the UK noted that the Equality Act passed by Labour under Tony Blair set up a “pecking order of competing equalities.” In every case the religious rights of Christians come last.

Speaking on Vatican Radio, Martin Kugler, the head of the Observatory, pointed to increasing limitations on the legal right of Christians to speak out on issues of concern.
“Medical staff in a hospital should be able to refuse collaboration in certain acts which they consider unethical, like abortion, euthanasia, sterilisations,” he said.
“This human right, which is called conscientious objection, is not really granted in some of the EU member states.”
As a result, some medical professions, are being “step by step closed up for Christians if they really take their faith seriously.” Also affected are midwives, doctors, nurses and pharmacists.
For Kugler, “raising awareness” is the first step in countering anti-Christian religious discrimination.
The OIDCE report was welcomed by Bishop András Veres of Hungary on behalf of the commission of the EU’s Catholic bishops.It confirmed, he said, “how some values and fundamental rights proper to Europe, such as freedom of religion and the legal recognition of our Churches, are far from being an established reality in some nations of the continent.” (

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Apparition to Mirjana on 2 May 2012 at Medjugorje

Message to Mirjana on May 2, 2012

"Dear children! With motherly love I implore you to give me your hands, permit me to lead you. I, as a mother, desire to save you from restlessness, despair and eternal exile. My Son, by His death on the Cross, showed how much He loves you; He sacrificed Himself for your sake and the sake of your sins. Do not keep rejecting His sacrifice and do not keep renewing His sufferings with your sins. Do not keep shutting the doors of Heaven to yourselves. My children, do not waste time. Nothing is more important than unity in my Son. I will help you because the Heavenly Father is sending me so that, together, we can show the way of grace and salvation to all those who do not know Him. Do not be hard hearted. Have confidence in me and adore my Son. My children, you can not be without the shepherds. May they be in your prayers every day. Thank you."