Friday, July 29, 2011

Youth Organize Clinic Outreach in San Diego

This morning I had the honor of joining a group of college-age young people outside of Doctor Kung's abortion clinic in San Diego.  It was wonderful to see 17 year old twins, Jarah and Jerial Burke, organize a group of students to sidewalk counsel and hold signs outside of the abortion clinic so early in the morning.  Signs displaying the beautiful development of life were visible to the cars as they passed the clinic this morning.

A group of five students from John Paul the Great Catholic University, students from Rancho Cucamonga, and others from all over southern California participated in their first Prolife activism event.  Below is the testimony from Nick Van Lieshout:

"Today I had the opportunity to participate in a Pro-Life event organized through my school's Pro-Life club and sponsored by Live Action San Diego. Along with fellow students from my school, John Paul the Great Catholic University, we joined members of the Live Action team outside a clinic in Vista, holding signs, handing out literature, and sidewalk chalking to promote the sanctity of life. The weather was nice and the group we went with was fun and energetic. As both a college student and a member of the Pro-Life Club, it's great to be able to join up with other individuals from around the area and share in our common goal. While our efforts may not have been on the scale of the Walk for Life in San Francisco, it still has an impact. All it takes is one sign, one voice to make someone change their mind. I look forward to future events and encourage anyone interested to join us next time!"
Standing In Defence of the Voiceless,


Nulono said...

Rancho Cucamonga is a hilarious name for a city.

PeterKenneth24 said...

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