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Prayer vigil outside Planned Barrenhood Saturday October 10 – UPDATED September 29, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Admin, contraception, Dallas Diocese, error, General Catholic, horror, scandals, secularism, Society, Spiritual Warfare, Tradition, Virtue.
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I was going to lead a Rosary rally on October 10 at some still undetermined location, but I’ve since learned that there will be a prayer vigil outside the Planned Barrenhood mill in south Dallas on the same day. Rather than compete with each other, I thought it would make sense to just pray outside the mill.  The prayer vigil/protest will take place on Saturday October 10 from 9a – 11a at the surgical abortuary on West Virginia drive (map).  This is part of a nationwide series of protests against Planned Murderhood on that date.

Since I’m sure the Rosary will be prayed at the protest, this accomplishes the Rosary rally’s goal.  I hope to see many of you out there, about 200 showed up at the last protest in August, but the weather should be cooler, so there is even more reason to go!

I plan to have more announcements as the date nears.  TFP sent me a very nice banner that will certainly tie in the upcoming anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima with this effort so dear to Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart.  I think I might also start using it in the men’s vigils.  The next men’s vigil will be Wednesday October 8.

I pray I see you there.

UPDATE:  A local pro-life leader wanted me to share an important bit of information with you.  Planned Barrenhood, always seeking to maximize profits, has changed its mode of operation in the wake of HB2.  Since they are now required to operate their abortuaries along the same standards as other ambulatory surgery centers, meaning much higher standards of cleanliness, more staff, and much more expense, than existed in pre-HB2 mills in this state, they are only running their abortion mega-center in Dallas three days a week (and sometimes less).  They are using their non-surgical abortion locations in the DFW area to perform many tasks formerly performed at the mill itself – required counseling, “doctor” consultation, sonogram, etc – at these various other, non-abortion facilities.  The patients only go to the abortuary for their actual abortion, everything else has been done in advance.  This of course allows them to minimize costs at the abortion center while also insuring those who show up for their abortion have already gone through the whole process and are likely to follow through with the murder of their child.

What this means is that it would be very helpful for pro-lifers to step up their presence outside their other facilities in the DFW area. There are many, many of these locations, as this link shows.  There are 9 total Planned Murderhood non-abortion offices in the metroplex.  The abortuary is only open Thurs-Sat.  This also allows Planned Butcherhood to shuttle the declining number of abortionists around to their various abattoirs on different days of the week.

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1. Catholic - September 29, 2015

In case anyone is interested — I attend Mass often at Holy Spirit in Duncanville. In their bulletin they periodically advertise that a prayer group meets at the south Dallas PP on Sat. morning. Guess people could contact the parish for info.

2. Bishop Olmstead releases 23 page exhortation to men | A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics - October 2, 2015

[…] vigil outside ‘The Men’s Club,’ and the other is on Saturday, October 10, in the Rosary Rally outside Planned Butcherhood. There is also a Life Chain being held this Sunday Oct. 4 at Mater Dei Parish from 2-3:30 pm. So […]


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