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Feb 07th
Home Sections MiscellaNEWS February Is Not Only for EDSA Revolutions for Also It Is ProLife Month
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Friday, 22 February 2008 00:58


F ebruary is ProLife month. Here are some suggestions that ordinary people can do this month -- or any time of the year -- to promote a Culture of Life.

1. Expose the lie that contraception can lead to fewer abortions. The exact opposite is true. There is information on that issue in the ProLife Philippines website,  Human Life International, Population Research Institute, and many others. Download and pass this information around via e-mail, text messages, instant messaging, and if you can afford to, print them out as flyers and handouts.

2. Vote and speak out against the authors and supporters of the anti-life bills in the Senate and in Congress. These include Rep. Lagman, Rep. Remulla and Sen. Biazon (not sure if Biazon will run again though). Write to your local and national legislators and oppose the various "reproductive health" ordinances which are promoting the contraceptive mentality that eventually leads to abortion.

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Readers may also browse the ProLife (and combative Anti-abortion) articles in this website, as listed below, or by simply typing in “Abortion” in the site’s Search Button, so as to look at the entries in our database:


The Philippine Government Pays for the Killing of Fetuses and Abortion Is an Issue for 2010 Election


President Bush Proclaims "All Life Deserves To Be Protected"


President Arroyo’s Sadness Over Aborted Fetus Highlights Filipino “Holocaust”


Vatican Blesses the “Worldwide Moratorium on Abortion” Initiative


Advent and Abortion: A Christmas Message for George W. Bush and the American People


Ya, God Bless America! (from Jesse Jose’s column, "A Cup of Kapeng Barako,"


The Monumental Modern-day Filipino Holocaust


Catholic Bishops in the Philippines Condemn Local Abortion Ordinances


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Last Updated on Monday, 08 February 2010 11:51

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