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ARIZONA: Abortion Pill Rescue Network

Some of you will have heard of Heartbeat International, an organization that helps small clinics for women. Fantastic. They are also handling the nationwide network of doctors which can prescribe the REVERSAL process of the abortion pill. This DYI abortion … Read More

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APR [Abortion Pill Reversal] 1,000 babies saved since 2012

APR [Abortion Pill Reversal] is a life-saving effort that has already contributed to nearly 1,000 babies being saved since 2012. Mifeprex or RU-486 – women change their minds! There is a network of doctors who will prescribe this reversal protocol.  … Read More

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IMPORTANT from @HeartbeatIntl – abortion pill reversal method rescues babies without bad effects, physicians network

This is VERY important. The pro-life organization Heartbeat International has announced that they are now able to help women rapidly access a method to reverse – without bad effects – an in-process chemical abortion. Imagine a woman who has taken … Read More

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UPDATE on ACTION ITEM! Pray for important pro-life SCOTUS case! Arguments on 20 March.

UPDATE 20 March: Link to the transcript of the oral arguments for the good guys.  HERE ___ Originally Published on: Mar 19, 2018 Can the government force Christian pro-life centers to advertise taxpayer-funded abortions?  California says they can. That’s the essential question … Read More

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NYC Days 4-5 and My View For Awhile: ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK!

One of the things I enjoy in NYC is a good bowl of borscht. It pleases in every way, especially in the color. One of my errands was to La Lame to check on possible fabrics for the Pontifical sent … Read More

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