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Following our letter writing campaign in
support of legislation for young immigrants brought to the U-S when they were
very young, we are now taking part in another “pro-life” letter-writing
Schnurr is urging your support of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection
legislation would ban late-term abortions after 20 weeks on the basis that the
fetus is capable of feeling pain during abortion at that point of pregnancy.
The bill passed the House of Representatives in October of 2017 and is
currently pending in the Senate Judiciary Committee under bill number
join this campaign to write our Senators, urging them to support this
common-sense legislation that in many polls 60% of Americans also support.
writes: “The Church stands with the unborn, their mothers and the majority of
Americans in our abhorrence of late-term abortions. The Pain-Capable Unborn
Child Protection Act is a wonderful opportunity to protect the lives of unborn
children who, according to medical evidence, can feel and respond to pain. It
also protects their mothers who could become victims of risky procedures
associated with abortions performed after 20 weeks. I ask all Catholics to join
me in support of this legislation by contacting your legislators to pass this
You can get templates for letters to your U-S
Senators here, Sen. Sherrod Brown; Sen. Rob Portman. You can also find it
in one of the “all-parish” emails that you receive each week.
RETURN YOUR LETTERS TO THE PARISH OFFICE so we can mail them…or feel free to
mail them yourselves to: Sen. Sherrod Brown, 425 Walnut St. # 2310, Cinti, Ohio
45202; Sen. Rob Portman, 312 Walnut St. #3425, Cinti, Ohio 45202.
Our Lady of the Visitation is promoting the campaign launched by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati to help immigrants known as "Dreamers". Please read the letter attached.
Prayer has divine power and Visitation has a Prayer Wall on the parish website for anyone to post prayer requests.
Expectant Parent Blessingfollowing 10:30AM Mass
Forty Weeks an Ignatian Path to Christ7:30PM, Welcome Center
The Light Is on for YouReconciliation 7-9PM, Church
Breakfast with Jesus7AM in the Welcome Center
Junior High Youthin the Library at 3:10PM
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