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Friday, April 30, 2010

"Rescue those being led to the slaughter..." (Proverbs 24:11)

Press release from: The Order of Mercy at Gethsemane


In affiliation with the Order of Mercy at Gethsemane (OMG), two rescuers sought to prevent the mass murder that obtains almost daily at the Planned Parenthood extermination camp on Bleecker Street in New York City. The rescue took place on December 12 last year, the feast of our Lady of Guadalupe.

Illegally - since the State has no right to protect crimes against humanity - the Guadalupe rescuers were arrested, and an FBI investigation was able to learn their identities. They were released on their own
recognizance, but on April 27 in a press release lauding Planned Parenthood, the Justice Department saw them convicted of violating the illegal and criminal federal statute known as the FACE act.
The rescuers are subject to six months imprisonment and fines. Their sentencing is scheduled for June 10, whence, if imprisoned as anticipated, they will begin to absorb some small measure of the injustice inflicted on the unborn.
Two women, also affiliated with the order, are in jail for the same reasons in Canada, one of them due to two rescues that took place during Holy Week this year. Last year there were three rescues at the Bleecker St. extermination camp. While these four are in jail, no child will die without a born ally willing to stand with them. The Order of Mercy accordingly commends them, and those with whom they stand, to your daily prayers.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I will pray for these rescuers. May I also ask for your prayers for myself. I am a pro-life attorney who has recently had a grievance filed against me by a doctor who operates two local abortion mills. He is claiming that I defamed him by telling the truth about what he does. Hopefully, he doesn't have a leg to stand on, but it's a bit unnerving in the interim. Thank in advance for the prayers.

Anonymous said...

My husband and I will add you to our daily Mass and rosary intentions. My favorite scripture passage applies here: "All things work together for good to those who love the Lord and serve according to his purpose."