Lenten Pro-Life Prayer

From Priests For Life…

Lenten Pro-life Prayer
(Click here for Spanish)

Father of all mercy,
We thank you for this season of grace and light.
We know that sin has blinded us.
Draw us ever closer to you, in prayer and penance.

Since you, O God, are light itself,
Give all your people a clearer understanding
Of what is sin, and what is virtue.

Grant in particular that we may see, as never before,
The profound dignity of every human life,
Including the vulnerable unborn children.

Give us grace to defend
Our brothers and sisters in the womb
By our prayers, our words,
And our self-sacrificing actions.

We pray through Christ our Lord. Amen.

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The End Of Abortion Movement

Please add the intentions of ending abortion, contraception, human embryonic stemcel research and euthanasia to your daily prayers, particularly the Rosary.

There is nothing more important that you can do on a daily basis than pray to end the  holocaust of abortion. Nothing.

The End of Abortion, the Rosary is the Key. Praying the Rosary to End abortion, contraception, and euthanasia. Go to http://www.theendofabortionmovement.com to sign up today.

Every human life at every stage of life has value because God loves every one of us from the time before we were in our mother’s womb – from the point of conception.  

“Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you.”  Jer 1:5

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Anthem For Life

To hear a good talk by John Martinoni on why we have value as human beings, click on the “Play” button below…

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Listen to the beat… Of the babies lost today… Powerful…

This video speaks for itself… Listen… Mourn… Act… 

“If you’re an age where you have ever used the internet as a teenager, you have survived the governmental approval of your murder.”

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Prayer to Spiritually Adopt an Unborn Child

Jesus, Mary, Joseph, I love you very much.  I beg you to spare the life of the unborn child that I have spiritually adopted who is in danger of abortion. Amen.

Archbishop Fulton Sheen

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PRAYER TO FREE 1000 SOULS FROM PURGATORY, Our Lord told St. Gertrude the Great that the following prayer would release 1,000 
Souls from Purgatory each time it is said. The prayer was later extended to include  living sinners as well. 

“ETERNAL FATHER, I OFFER THEE THE MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD OF THY DIVINE SON, JESUS, IN UNION WITH THE MASSES SAID THROUGHOUT THE WORLD TODAY, FOR ALL THE HOLY SOULS IN PURGATORY, for sinners everywhere, for sinners in the universal Church, those in my own home and within my family. Amen.”

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How Beautiful Is The Body Of Christ…

Sung by Twila Paris

Every Christian believes that Jesus Christ established and sustains a community of faith, hope and love for all believers. This community we call His Church. The Church that Christ founded is the Catholic Church which has a formal earthly structure established by Christ and which continues under His authority and protection.

In the Old Testament we see God’s continual involvement in the lives of the Israelites through appointed prophets. God delivered, instructed and admonished the Israelites. He made His motions in a visible, specific and formal way. He always did so through human hands, mouths, feet, minds and wills. God established a law and a means for executing it.

In concert with His redemptive act, Jesus did three things that established the framework of His Church. First, He chose humans to carry out His work. He appointed Peter to be the visible head of the Church. Jesus said to Peter, “You are Rock and on this rock I will build my Church.” (Matthew 16: 18) Jesus said “build,” as in to create a structure. Jesus built His structure on specifically chosen human beings Peter and the apostles.

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History Of The Canonical Books Of The Bible


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April 14, 2014 · 6:42 pm

What Every Married Couple Should Know about the Truth of Sex and the Lies of Contraception


This is a beautiful explanation – beautiful in its simplicity and beautiful in its truth…

Originally posted on Biltrix:

Fr Jason Smith

Fr Jason Smith

Words are not the only way we communicate, the body itself speaks a language.

A smile is, for example, one of the most obvious and effective means of non-verbal communication. It is so important Dale Carnegie notes that:

The expression worn on your face is far more important than the clothes worn on your back.

Eye contact is another powerful means of non-verbal communication. We use phrases that show this such as ‘He had that gleam in his eye’, ‘If looks could kill…’, ‘She gave an icy stare’, ‘He gave me the evil eye’, or my all time favorite, ‘He married her for her looks, but not the one’s she’s been giving him lately.’

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Unrestricted Abortion Rights In Colorado? Where Else WillThis Show Up?


Open letter to Coloradans of good will
Pray and act to stop SB 175!
To all people of goodwill in Colorado: I am writing to you today with a very important request. Weekends are busy for all of us, but I am asking you, as a believer in the sanctity of human life, to pray for 10 minutes and take one of the actions that I will mention at the conclusion of this letter. If you haven’t yet heard, there is a very troubling bill being debated in the Colorado State Senate next week. Senate Bill 175, touted as the “Reproductive Health Freedom Act,” passed on a party line vote in committee this past Thursday. I am grateful to every person who showed up to oppose the radical bill. This over-reaching piece of legislation would essentially shut down any attempt to pass life-affirming legislation in Colorado ever again. More than that, it enshrines the “right to abortion” into Colorado law. It’s being praised by anti-life organizations such as NARAL and ThinkProgress as “the first of its kind” in the country and “ambitious.”  It enshrines the culture of death into law and ignores science.

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Holy Hour – BishopFulton Sheen

“The Holy Hour is not a devotion; it is a sharing in the work of redemption. Our Blessed Lord used the words “hour” and “day” in two totally different connotations in the Gospel of John. “Day” belongs to God; the “hour” belongs to evil. Seven times in the Gospel of John, the word “hour” is used, and in each instance it refers to the demonic, and to the moments when Christ is no longer in the Father’s Hands, but in the hands of men. In the Garden, our Lord contrasted two “hours” – one was the evil hour “this is your hour” – with which Judas could turn out the lights of the world. In contrast, our Lord asked: “Could you not watch one hour with Me?”. In other words, he asked for an hour of reparation to combat the hour of evil; an hour of victimal union with the Cross to overcome the anti-love of sin. The only time Our Lord asked the Apostles for anything was the night he went into his agony. Then he did not ask all of them … perhaps because he knew he could not count on their fidelity. But at least he expected three to be faithful to him: Peter, James and John. As often in the history of the Church since that time, evil was awake, but the disciples were asleep. That is why there came out of His anguished and lonely Heart the sigh: “Could you not watch one hour with me?” Not for an hour of activity did He plead, but for an hour of companionship. ” Archbishop Fulton Sheen (Treasure in Clay)

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Indulgences – Dr. Scott Hahn

Why do Catholics believe in indulgences? What is an indulgence, anyway? How do we receive an indulgence? What do indulgences have to do with Purgatory? What is Temporal Punishment?

Listen to Dr. Scott Hahn and find out…

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Who Or What Do You Believe In?

“If you believe what you like in the gospels and reject what you don’t like, it is not the gospel you believe, but yourself.” – St. Austine

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Does The Catholic Church Honor Mary Too Much?

“Sometimes the Catholic Church is criticized, ‘She honors Mary too much,’ but the Catholic Church will never honor Mary as much as Jesus honored her, as muchas God the Father honored her by making her the Mother of His Eternal Son, as much as the Holy Spirit, who was responsible by His power for her conception.” – Cardinal Justin Rigali

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