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In an open letter to President Barack Obama on the occasion of his inauguration, Father Frank Pavone, president and founder of Priests for Life, told the president he was suffering from the same "blind spot" as other abortion advocates who bemoan the killing of innocent children in Newtown, but do nothing to stop the slaughter of the defenseless unborn.
During President Barack Obama's inaugural address yesterday, he laid out a progressive agenda that will focus on climate change, gun laws, equal rights for women and homosexuals and immigration.
On the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, organizers are expecting the largest crowd ever for the annual March for Life, which could eclipse the numbers expected to converge on Washington DC for the presidential inauguration.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer Despite widespread media claims that close to two million people attended the inauguration ceremony of President Barack Obama, experts say the real number is closer to 800,000.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer Young people watching Black Entertainment Television (BET) in the city of Chicago on the day of President-elect Barack Obama’s inauguration are likely to hear an unexpected message – Abortion is the enemy of hope.
Commentary By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer It must have been one of those “God-incidences.” Yesterday’s invocation by openly homosexual Episcopal bishop Gene V. Robinson on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, which began with “O God of our many understandings,” wasn’t heard by too many people. A malfunctioning microphone and HBO's decision not to include the prayer in their coverage resulted in Robinson's message being largely unheard.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer After angering gay rights supporters with the choice of pastor Rick Warren to deliver the invocation at the inauguration, President-elect Barack Obama will try to appease his critics by inviting openly gay Episcopal bishop Gene V. Robinson to pray at this weekend’s kickoff events for the inauguration.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer A bipartisan coalition of Attorneys General representing all 50 states and the U.S. Virgin Islands has taken legal action to defend the constitutionality of prayer during the upcoming presidential inauguration.
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