Rockford Christians Defending Life And Truth

Rockford, Il – (ProLifeCorner.com) – 3-28-2014 – by Rockford Pro-Life Initiative – In the past week Christians from Rockford went as a group to the Planned Parenthood abortion mills in Aurora and Madison to pray for and defend mothers and babies from the culture of death and to be a sign of Christ’s love for every person.

On Friday March 28, three Christian gentlemen spoke to the RAVE Board in Rockford about the coming appearance of anti-Christian bigot and hate monger Bill Maher at the city owned Coronado theater. Continue reading

Are Pro-Life People Fighting the Battle But Ignoring the War?

ProLifeCorner.com-    by Larry Plachno- There are increasing concerns among researchers and moral leaders that many pro-life people are putting in a great deal of effort into fighting the battle against abortion but are losing the war against choice because they are ignoring it.

            Recent directions from higher up, including Pope Francis and Bishop Malloy of Rockford have suggested that we need to look and work beyond abortion. This does not mean that abortion is any less evil. But it does suggest that it is time for us to go beyond abortion and deal with the battle over choice replacing good and evil, which is the primary cause of abortion and most social problems. Continue reading

A Solution To Homosexual Attacks On St. Patrick

Rockford, Il – (ProLifeCorner.com) – 3-17-2014 – by Rockford Pro-Life Initiative – Homosexual groups have applied for permits to march in St. Patrick’s Day parades in New York and Boston for the express intention of flaunting homosexuality in the faces of people who are honoring a wonderful Saint and man of God, St. Patrick. Continue reading

Is Hatred The New Rockford Community Standard?

Rockford, Il – (ProLifeCorner.com) – 3-15-2014 – by Frank Munda – Is Bill Maher Our New “Community Standard?  Many of you have been following the decision by the city of Rockford to host the vicious anti-Christian hatemonger and bigot Bill Maher at the city owned Coronado theater.  Based on the fact that any performer at a city owned venue must by law meet community standards for decency many good Christians have asked the city to reconsider their decision to support the perversion and bigotry that Mr. Maher directs at Christians. Continue reading

Pro-Euthanasia Rhetoric Loaded With Euphemisms

Beaumont, Alberta,Canada- Mark Pickup-  Pro-euthanasia rhetoric loaded with euphemisms to disguise reality. I want to address the rhetoric used by people who promote euthanasia and assisted suicide. Those who control language control public discourse and set agendas that dictate behaviour that might not be acceptable in other contexts.

It is a confusing time. The culture in which we live is telling the incurably ill and severely disabled they have a right to assisted suicide while the healthy population deserves suicide prevention. Continue reading

Pilgrim Icon Our Lady of Czestochowa in Rockford

UPDATED 3-15-2014-

Rockford Il.-  ProLifeCorner.com- On April 7th-  Human Life International is sponsoring the Pilgrimage of the Black Madonna in North America.   A replica of the Icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa is traveling from Ocean to Ocean in Defense of Life.  This international campaign started on June 14, 2012, when a small band of Catholic and Orthodox faithful left Vladivostok on the Pacific coast of Russia with the Icon and travelled over 30,000 kilometers to Fatima, Portugal.  She arrived in North America on August 24, 2013, at St. Clements Island in Maryland.  She has journeyed throughout the Eastern United States and Canada.  She was at the March for Life in Washington, D.C.  and on Monday, April 7, 2014, Our Lady will arrive at Holy Family.  She will be our guest for one day.  We will begin the day with Holy Mass at 8:30 followed by Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament during the day.  Benediction will precede the 5:30 Mass.  At 7:00 we will have another evening Mass followed by a talk by Fr. Peter West who is escorting the Icon.  We will also have Fr. West for Mass at 8:30 Tuesday morning and then say farewell to the Black Madonna as they leave for Rock Island.  Continue reading

JESUS IS OUR LOVER OF THE SOUL


Beaumont, Alberta,Canada-   By Mark Pickup-  It was a quiet March evening. My wife, LaRee, was sitting in her favorite chair beside the fireplace that you see in the photo above. She was knitting while I was writing a post for this blog and listening to J.S.Bach’s “Saint Matthew Passion”. Something occurred to me. I said, “It was 30 years ago yesterday that I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.” LaRee paused, put her knitting down on her lap, looked over her reading glasses and said, “We won. We beat the MS.” It was of those revelations of life when the experiences of decades melt into a single moment: The room filled with thunderous silence  LaRee was right. We rose above the disease.

I gazed toward the fireplace and became lost in the flames. Our terrifying journey with MS did not drive us apart, it drew us closer. In the midst of the consuming fire of a terrible disease, we embraced each other tighter when the flames grew higher…. Continue reading

2014 March For Life The Memories Linger On

ProLifeCorner.com- Freeport Illinois- 3-9-2014- By Zak Zovko- Months roll by, and still these memories linger for a first time participant in this year’s DC March for Life.  

FREEPORT WAS REPRESENTED BY PILGRIMS TO DC’s 2014 MARCH FOR LIFE

PUTTING INVISIBLE IDEALS INTO ACTION IS JOYFUL, EVEN IN FREEZING TEMPERATURES
100s of thousands participate –If mainstream media discounted the numbers, hopefully they reported the life-affirming message which was proclaimed.

As winter lingers, for anyone who spent hours outside in the cold during the 2014 March for Life in Washington, D.C., the cold only revives our memories. Continue reading

I Love My Attorney

EDITOR NOTE:  A friend of the Pro Life Corner sent us the following, for all of us to enjoy.

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After living what I felt was a ‘decent’ life, my time on earth
came to the end.

The first thing I remember is sitting on a bench in the waiting
room of what I thought to be a court house.

The doors opened and I was instructed to come in and have a seat
by the defense table. Continue reading