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  1. THE PRO-LIFE ACTION NETWORK ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF PRAYER CHAIN a Canada-wide prayer event in favour of unborn rights. September 29th to October 5th. Prayer activists are needed to pledge their prayers for the following intentions: * For the conversion of the hearts of abortionists and their accomplices so that they may come to value unborn children. * For the conversion of the hearts of political and religious leaders who disregard unborn rights. * That women, unborn children and the people around them be spared from abortion. Prayer activists are asked to pray for these intentions each day during the Prayer Chain week. If you are interested in participating in this campaign, please email Suzanne Fortin at [email protected] with the subject line "Prayer Chain". The success of the campaign will depend on the number of people who take part. This prayer campaign is open to all people of good will, regardless of their personal faith. No special prayers are required. God Bless, Suzanne Fortin Pro-Life Action Network of Canada http://www.geocities.com/goss98/plan/plan.html
  2. OTTAWA, September 4, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Over 900 cities and towns across North America were involved in Life Chain last year, and on October 5, 2003, pro-lifers will have another opportunity to build a powerful local prayer-chain witness for God to anoint and use to save the lives of their local boys and girls. "Will unborn children in your city have Life Chain protection?," organizers ask. Only 53 life defenders standing 100 feet apart can build a mile-long Life Chain. Imagine 530 pro-lifers building a Chain 10 miles long! Some cities will host their Life Chain on Sunday, Oct 26. For more information on LifeChain in Canada contact Campaign Life Coalition at: [email protected]
  3. This is a reminder that the right to life is the most basic right and we should all vote pro-life. Pro-Life Group Qualifying Ontario Election Candidates TORONTO, September 3, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) - With the Ontario Election called, Campaign Life Coalition (CLC) Ontario has been busy qualifying candidates on their stand on pro-life issues. CLC Ontario President Mary-Ellen Douglas told LifeSite today that candidate responses to pro-life questionnaires have been coming in steadily for some weeks already. Douglas encouraged Ontario residents to remember that the right to life is the most important issue in any election since it is the most basic right and needed by the most dependent and helpless members of our society - the unborn. "Vote only for pro-life candidates," said Douglas. She noted that none of the main three provincial political parties were pro-life and the only pro-life Party is the Family Coalition Party, which was not yet won a seat in the legislature. CLC's election strategy is to encourage voters to vote for the candidate in their riding who is pro-life, regardless of party affiliation. Check back with LifeSite and The Interim newspaper for updates as to the responses from candidates
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