We received the above clipping from one of our wonderful supporters. We thought it was a thoughtful and thought-provoking response to the approach of the Anniversary of Roe Vs. Wade on January 22nd. The Guiding Star Project would like to encourage others to take similar action in their communities. Below you will find a sample an obituary that can be submitted this year. We suggest placing it in your local Newspaper so it will be printed around the 22nd of January. Please check with your local paper as some only print obituaries on certain days of the week.
We at the Guiding Star Project are committed to “Lighting the Way to a Culture of Life” by creating holistic, comprehensive centers nationwide that provide support for natural means of family planning, fertility care, childbirth, breastfeeding, and family life. In addition to being a place for women in every stage of life, these centers are all designed to support and assist mothers who are facing unplanned or crisis pregnancies as well as those who are suffering from a loss or from post-abortion regrets. The Anniversary of Roe vs Wade serves as a stark reminder that we must continue to serve women and to speak to the value and gift of Femininity and Fertility. The 54,559,615 babies who have been lost to abortion since Roe vs Wade legalized Abortion on Demand deserve to be mourned and their short lives honored. There are many things you can do, but perhaps something as simple and meaningful as placing an “In Memoriam” in the newspaper or journal might be a way to both honor their lives and to touch the lives of others who may otherwise assume they are unaffected by the reality of abortion. At the very least, don’t these children deserve to be remembered?
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In honor of the 54,559,615 lives lost to Abortion on Demand when it was legalized on January 22, 1973, a Memorial March will take place in Washington DC on January 25, 2013. (mention any local events as well). The children whose lives have been lost to abortion are survived by their mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and cousins. They were lost before they were able to realize their potential. We mourn the loss of these babies who were to become our future fellow citizens. Some of them would have been our future doctors, lawyers, mothers, fathers, classmates, policemen, soldiers, nurses, mechanics, and friends. Friends of the deceased are encouraged to pray for the healing of those whose lives have been directly impacted by abortion and most especially for those who made the decision to end the lives of these babies. Sadly, no funeral arrangements can be made and these children will never have their right to a proper burial honored.