Tuesday, August 18, 2015

PP Protests: more locations, new information

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Organizers have added two more locations to the Aug 22 Planned Parenthood Protests.  Kudos to the wonderful people who have organized these protests!  Hope you can make it.  Anne
Fitchburg, Noon - 2:00pm391 Main Street and 
Springfield, 9:00 am - noon at 3550 Main Street
Boston,10am - noon at 1055 Commonwealth Avenue 
Speakers:  Representative Jim Lyons and his wife, Bernadette, Reverend Michael McNamara, C. J. Doyle of Catholic Action League,  Bill Cotter and Operation Rescue, Rita Russo and 40 Days for Life/Boston

Worcester, 9am - 11 am, 475 Pleasant Street
WHO: Concerned citizens of Worcester
WHAT: Press conference, prayer vigil and protest signs calling attention to Planned Parenthood's baby parts trafficking
WHERE: Planned Parenthood, 470 Pleasant St., Worcester MA
WHEN: August 22, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to11:00 a.m.

Speakers at the event include: Lee Crowley, Vigil Coordinator for 40 Days for Life Worcester; Rod Murphy, Director of Problem Pregnancy, a crisis pregnancy center offering women an alternative to abortion for over 30 years; Anne Fox, President of Massachusetts Citizens for Life; and Catherine Anthony Adair, former Planned Parenthood clinic worked whose life was changed after seeing the aftermath of a second trimester abortion. Most Rev. Robert J. McManus, Roman Catholic bishop of Worcester will recite the rosary and Divine Mercy chaplet during the   10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. hour.
Sandra sent two additional details:

Parking in and around the Worcester Planned Parenthood location is limited to the neighborhood streets.  Before parking, please read the street signs to ensure you are not parked illegally or in designated resident parking only areas. Do not park in the lot of the Medical building at 475 Pleasant St. Your car could be towed. Given that a large crowd is expected, it is strongly recommended that if  you can car pool to the event, you do so.

Signs  will not be distributed. Participants are encouraged to make and bring their own signs and banners. 

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