Sanctity of Life

Communion and Catholic Pro-Abortion Politicians

Communion and Catholic Pro-Abortion Politicians

by Bob Marshall | Catholic Culture Evangelical Christian, Rev. Franklin Graham, son of the famed Rev. Billy Graham, in three “tweets” in two minutes captured the hopes and sentiments of many Catholics by urging N.Y. Cardinal Dolan to excommunicate “Catholic” N.Y. Governor Cuomo for bizarrely celebrating and signing a third trimester abortion law. Since the 1973 Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision Catholic bishops have been in a position to question “Catholic” politicians who openly vote for abortion and who still claim to be Catholics in good standing. Reverend Graham expressed his concern in his January 29, 2019 tweets, asking the Cardinal to take a moral stand that would have an impact on the worldwide church and also cited Albany’s Bishop Scarfengerger who called abortion torture. The popular understanding of “excommunication” can consist of denial of Communion which is not formal excommunication, “but does amount to virtual excommunication,” according to Rev. Thomas Rausch of Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles.1 Read More

In one year, late-term abortion killed 4 times more humans in NYC than homicides

In one year, late-term abortion killed 4 times more humans in NYC than homicides

The most recent abortion data from the Centers for Disease Control reveal that more than four times as many human beings were killed by late-term abortions (21 weeks or later) in New York City than by recorded homicides in 2015 — 1485 abortions to 352 homicides. At CNS News, Terence P. Jeffrey writes that despite this fact, the New York Timesrecently pushed the idea — as has most mainstream media, repeatedly — that later abortions like this are “rare.” Jeffrey writes at CNS News: In its story published Feb. 6, the Times said: “How common is it Very rare. The most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that about 1.3 percent of abortions performed in the United States in 2015 occurred in or after the 21st week of pregnancy.” Read More

This is Your Place in the Battle Against Abortion

This is Your Place in the Battle Against Abortion

Wesley Wildmon | The StandVice-President of Outreach When it comes to the moral climate of a nation, two forces should work in harmony to promote righteousness: the church and the government. In these times of moral relativity, it is important that we – the church of Jesus Christ – influence the government in every major issue of our culture, whether it is religious liberty, marriage, or freedom of speech. Even more importantly, we need to be doing all we can to influence the government to protect all lives from murder – regardless of age, ability, or geographic location. Abortion has been an evil running rampant in the United States for a long time, and the time has come for the church and the government to put an end to it. The Government’s Role – law, passion, and courage Read More

Will We Choose Life or Death?

Will We Choose Life or Death?

The April third Virginia March for Life was a fantastic event. An estimated 6,500+ Virginians came from all over the state, representing all ages and races. They recognized the right to life’s importance, and duly concerned with events from this last legislative session. People shared their testimonies about why we should care, why recognizing life matters. This is all very good. Read More

McAuliffe Says He Now Supports Virginia’s Controversial Late-Term Abortion Bill

McAuliffe Says He Now Supports Virginia’s Controversial Late-Term Abortion Bill

F Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, who is eyeing a 2020 run at the White House, says the highly controversial late-term abortion bill supported by a majority of Virginia Democrats is "common sense," even after he said he would "absolutely not" support it just one month ago, click image above or HERE Alex Lemieux | Republican Standard Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe (D) has now flip-flopped his position on a highly controversial late-term abortion bill that was sponsored by a majority of Democrats during this year’s General Assembly session. McAuliffe called the legislation a “common sense bill” after distancing himself from it just one month ago. Read More

UPDATE: April 6 Richmond’s ‘Day Of Mourning’ To Show Solidarity Against Gov. Northam’s ‘Infanticide’ Comments

UPDATE: April 6 Richmond’s ‘Day Of Mourning’ To Show Solidarity Against Gov. Northam’s ‘Infanticide’ Comments

We have been working on a project that is sure to be a game-changer. The Lord has put it in our hearts to train, equip, and mobilize believers around the world to fight for life. We will be launching and announcing this powerful toolbox on Saturday, April 6th in Richmond Virginia! Christians will be empowered to get off the sidelines and onto the frontlines of this fight for life. You don't want to miss this!   Greater Richmond Convention Center403 North 3rd Street Richmond, VA 23219 See DETAILSThe state of Virginia has consistently been in the headlines due to Governor Northam’s outrageous statements advocating for infanticide and his racist yearbook photos. Consequently, the Day Of Mourning is heading to Richmond, Virginia! We are calling for a National Day of Mourning and repentance. We are in desperate need for God to move upon the hearts of young and old in our nation. If our hearts do not break over the killing of these little image bearers of God in the womb, we are dead inside!Join us April 6th for a “Day of Mourning.”- WEAR BLACK- FAST & PRAY- REPENT FOR THE SIN OF ABORTION After 4,000 were present at the event in Albany, New York, just weeks ago, thousands are expected to be in attendance in Richmond, Virginia, to “stand in solidarity with the unborn and mourn over the sin of abortion.” Read More

Thousands Expected For ‘Virginia March For Life’ Wednesday In Richmond

Thousands Expected For ‘Virginia March For Life’ Wednesday In Richmond

Pro-life advocates will convene on Bank Street when the General Assembly gets back to business this week to "reject abortion extremism," and show their disgust of those who supported the highly controversial late-term abortion bill and Governor Ralph Northam's "infanticide" comments. Republican Standard Thousands of people are expected to march near the State Capitol on Wednesday for the Virginia March for Life. The march is being organized by a partnership between The Family Foundation, Virginia Catholic Conference, the Virginia Society for Human Life, and the national March for Life, CNA reports. Read More

April Pro-life Events in Richmond, Virginia

April Pro-life Events in Richmond, Virginia

Next week is a HUGE week for Pro-life Events. Urge your pastor to stand up for the VOICELESS and against the forces of wickedness.  We pray for Pulpits for Life!  This is what the Lord says—He who made you, who formed you in the womb. (Isaiah 44:2) Here is a list of Pro-life Events in Richmond, Virginia during the Month of April, and this list can change.  The Virginia Christian Alliance urges all    to see the movie UNPLANNED movie playing NOW.  Regal and other big screens are playing it.  Amazing the movie industry rated it R even though there is no foul language, no gratuitous sex, no violence, no naked bodies, no wild shootings or car chases racking up dead bodies and mangled vehicles would get a rating equal to movies like “Kill Bill,” “Pulp Fiction” and “Die Hard.” See news report Read More

Virginia March for Life, April 3rd

Virginia March for Life, April 3rd

Join us to stop pro-abortion extremism in Virginia!April 3, 2019 New York may have just legalized abortion up until birth, but unfortunately, our home state of Virginia is not far behind. State Delegate Kathy Tran recently introduced legislation that would, similar to the new law in New York, allow abortion up until birth. Read More

Life Remains Unprotected

Life Remains Unprotected

Below is an unpublished letter to the editor submitted to Richmond's Times-Dispatch on March 8. It is a response to communications received from both Virginia Senator's to support the Born Alive Surviviors Protection Act. Neither Senator Kaine nor Warner supported the measure. Read More