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It was a "very special Sunday," the Rev. J.J. Mannschreck explained to his congregation during the traditional service streamed online from Flushing United Methodist Church in Flushing, Michigan.
The congregation shared prayer requests and celebrated what the pastor called "God's victories"—namely the church's community garden, which its youth were planning to ready for spring later that day.
Flushing's United Women of Faith threw a baby shower between services for Mannschreck's fourth and youngest son, Asher.
"Say their names" was the chant in front of the Washington, D.C., city hall as an interesting mix of progressive and conservative activists joined together to stand for 115 babies murdered—five of them, fully formed, apparently born alive.
According to veteran pro-life activist and lawyer, Larry Cirignano, director of The Children First Foundation, "We are against the death penalty for all people—born and preborn—and we look forward to redemption, not crucifixion," commenting on the unbelievable story of how 115 precious children came to be in the possession of an unlikely organization: a progressive pro-life group called Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising.
In a Washington, D.C., press conference, staff of PAAU explained how a chance encounter in front of the Washington Surgi Clinic, a well-known abortion mill where they were protesting, transformed what is generally known about the disposal of aborted children to a shocking reality. They came across a truck that had pulled up to load "waste" from the clinic.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday blasted what he called a "radical" leaked draft opinion suggesting the Supreme Court is poised to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade case that legalized abortion nationwide, warning that a "whole range of rights" are in jeopardy if it holds.
Speaking to reporters before boarding Air Force One, Biden said he hoped the draft wouldn't be finalized by justices, contending it reflects a "fundamental shift in American jurisprudence" that threatens "other basic rights" like privacy and marriage.
He added: "If this decision holds, it's really quite a radical decision."
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