Monthly Archives: April 2009

Rescission Proposal – Retain the conscience clause

From: “Lois Cunningham Date: April 9, 2009 12:50:39 AM PDT To: <> Subject: Rescission Proposal – Retain the conscience clause   Health and Human Services US Government To Whom It May Concern: I am writing you on behalf of The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform regarding the Rescission Proposal.  We strongly urge you to retain the conscience clause of the December 19, 2008 federal regulation. It is imperative that health care professionals never be forced to chose between violating their consciences and risking the loss of their jobs. Most of us went into the medical, nursing, and allied health professions to protect and care for

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CBR Continues To Educate the Fighting Irish

Dear Pro-Life Friends, Here are some of the stories coming out of South Bend as a result of CBR making abortion impossible to ignore or trivialize on the ground and in the skies at the Notre Dame campus.  Please pass this news on to your pro-life friends and encourage them to help out by making a donation to CBR. Don

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Pray For the Notre Dame Students And Their Babies

Dear Friends, Here is a nineteen-year-old girl who is a Notre Dame student.  She has just seen our plane over her campus.  She calls us “haters” in one of the angriest, most hate-filled messages we have ever received.  She says she doesn’t need our “terrorist propaganda” because she “attended Catholic school all her life.”  Then she condemns us with the “f” word.  Of course she doesn’t leave her email address.  I think she needs to see our photos more than she realizes.  I think she needs the love of Christ more than she realizes.  Please remember her, and thousands of her

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“Don’t Ruin Commencement at Notre-Dame”

From: chemprof Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 3:31 PM To: Gregg Cunningham Subject: Obama Speech Dear CBR: I recently received your mailing outlining your response plans for Obama’s speaking at Notre Dame’s Commencement Exercises next month. Your letter mentions a student whose grandmothers will be attending the ceremony.  I was wondering, what if someone’s grandparent has a heart condition, sees your graphic photos, and suffers emotional shock that triggers a heart attack?  What if the grandparent dies?  How will you feel then? What about the young children that could be present?  How will their parents deal with their children’s emotional

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The Church on Slavery And the Church on Abortion

After a meeting last month with two pastors from a local church,an analogy that came to my mind that I want to share with you. The counseling pastor (who never smiled and was clearly unhappy to be meeting with us) told us we had no idea what they were doing as a church in response to abortion. In my recollection, he only relayed three things he and/or the church is doing: he mentioned he had recently attended a fundraising banquet for a local pregnancy help center, he also discussed the counseling they offer to women who have aborted in the

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how much longer will we remain silent?

I will use my life to save theirs…