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Defending Life in the Pikes Peak Region

MAY
31

Women’s Health NOT a Concern for Pro-Abortion Politicians

When I heard a particular argument employed by a state representative on the Colorado House floor one morning, I knew I had to use it for my testimony on a different bill later in the day.

You see, Rep. Dianne Primavera (D-33), in supporting a bill that would ostensibly enhance breast cancer screening, declared that women should not have to settle for half a diagnosis.

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MAY
29

United Methodists Change Course Towards Life?

The Detroit News has reported on a remarkable development in the United Methodist Church.

“America’s third largest religious body voted last week to quit the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC), a Washington-based interfaith abortion rights lobby that the United Methodist Church helped found in 1973. Methodists also voted to delete the church’s 40-year-old resolution affirming Roe v. Wade.”

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MAY
24

Shared Thoughts

This post is based on three quotes.

Fr Paul Wicker, Pastor of Holy Apostles Catholic Church, put me in touch with Cynthia P. Cerny, author of “Waiting for a Name.” Cynthia, due to her unique experiences, what she writes are the messages she receives from Jesus.  The second quote is from Saint John Paul II.  The author of the third quote is unknown.

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APR
30

Conception Marked by Flash of Light

Several news outlets have commented on a study published this week by Northwestern University researchers that reports a literal spark of light occurs at the moment of conception.

The flash of light is thought to be due to a release of zinc from the egg and can be seen in a video attached to an article available at LifeSiteNews.

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APR
28

Caucus is Mostly Over But Much More Is To Come

Now that the state caucus process has mostly run its course for this election season (except at the national level), it is time for the pro-life movement in Colorado to focus our political efforts on the elections (primary on June 28th, general on November 8th).

We encountered some success during the caucus process including the passage of all of the PPCFL resolutions and the election of a significant number of pro-life delegates to the county, state, and other assemblies.

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