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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Pro-Life Organizations Demonstrate Opposition to Hillary Clinton on Saturday, July 23 in Philadelphia




from Mike McMonagle, President
Pro-Life Coalition of Pennsylvania


This Event, at the Beginning of the Democrat National Convention, Explains 
Why it is Immoral for Catholics and other Christians to Support Hillary Clinton

A coalition of local and national pro-life organizations is conducting a Mercy Witness For Life and against Hillary Clinton at 10:00 AM on Saturday, July 23, 2016 at 3801 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104, which is the site of Kermit Gosnell's closed abortion facility.

An attached/enclosed flyer provides the details for this event. Another attachment/enclosure contains signs that summarize the message of this event.

Mike McMonagle, the President of the Pro-Life Coalition of Pa., explains why it is immoral for Catholics and other Christians to vote for Hillary Clinton.

"Hillary Clinton has publicly stated that a child has no legal rights until he or she is born. She also supports forcing Catholic and other religious institutions to pay for abortions by opposing the 2016 Conscience Protection Act.

"Thus, a vote for Hillary Clinton enables the killing of children before birth, which is prohibited by Catholic teaching."

McMonagle concluded, "Furthermore, continued membership in the Democrat Party by Catholics and other Christians has become morally unacceptable because of this Party's persistent and fervent support for abortion."

        
   





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