“This could ruin your relationship”

A save in the last week of April in San Diego

Dear Pro-life friends, Because certain people are trying to block the efforts of sidewalk counselors to save mothers and babies from the horrors of abortion, we are keeping the dates, times, and locations of where we are counseling confidential. Report from the fourth week of April, 2017 One of the counselors approached a car as it parked near the entrance to the … [Read more...]

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Christmas caroling saves nine babies

Pro-lifers sang "Silent Night" and "Away in a Manger" in front of abortion clinics

This month in more than 60 cities throughout the United States, faithful carolers answered the Pro-Life Action League’s call to bring the light of Christmas to the darkest places in our land: our nation’s abortion facilities. From Boston to St. Louis to San Bernardino, pro-lifers sang carols like “Silent Night” and “Away in a Manger” to remind abortion clients that the birth of … [Read more...]

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Criminal charges filed against Fr. Linton

Episcopal priest was arrested Oct. 7 outside San Bernardino Planned Parenthood; he faces up to 90 days in jail and a $400 fine

The following comes from a November 29 Christian Newswire news release: Last month, Father James Linton was arrested outside the San Bernardino Planned Parenthood for offering to pray with women entering the abortion facility. Police held him for six hours and cited him for interfering with and obstructing access to a business. On November 2, the San Bernardino County … [Read more...]

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Anglican priest arrested at San Bernardino Planned Parenthood

Fr. James Linton faces jail, fine for standing on public easement offering incoming mothers and fathers alternatives to abortion

  A California Catholic Daily exclusive by Mary Rose: On October 7, Fr. James Linton was arrested outside the San Bernardino Planned Parenthood and held by police for six hours. Police cited him for obstructing access to a business and he was released on his written promise to appear in court. If convicted, Fr. Linton could be sentenced to up to 90 days in jail … [Read more...]

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Maintenance worker helps with a turn-around at the abortion clinic

A father asks the sidewalk counselor who will pay for his soon-to-be-aborted unborn child's college tuition

The following comes from a July 28 email from Helpers of God's Precious Infants: Dear Pro-life friends, Wednesday July 27. Knowing that there might be some second trimester abortions on Thursday that require the patient to come in the day before, two counselors arrived Wednesday morning to counsel. While the abortionist was not there, the nurses were there to do the … [Read more...]

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What it’s really like to be a sidewalk counselor

A California Catholic Daily exclusive

Last Wednesday, the usual small crowd gathered outside Planned Parenthood. It is abortion day; every week about twelve unborn children die here, as far as I can tell. While some plan only to pray, I am armed with materials about abortion procedures, resources, adoption, things a woman might need to make an informed decision. As cars drive in, I step forward offering … [Read more...]

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News from the trenches: a busy morning at the abortion clinic

3 turn-arounds at Family Planning Associates on Saturday, prayers still needed

The following comes from a May 21 email from Helpers of Gods Precious Infants San Diego: Early in the morning a Spanish speaking couple drove into the lot.  There were two car seats in the back, but the children were not with them.  One of the counselors approached the man driving after he rolled down the window.  The counselor asked him if he spoke English.  He shook his … [Read more...]

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