Keene, New Hampshire Planned Parenthood Protest

The recently released undercover videos from The Center for Medical Progress have had good results. These are the videos that expose the crimes of Planned Parenthood employees and their business partners, who are trafficking in human organs for profit.

This Saturday, across our Republic, a National Day of Protest is being sponsored by a coalition of pro-life groups, including Human Life International and New Hampshire Right to Life. Peaceful and prayerful protests will take place in front of Planned Parenthood facilities nationwide.

A contingent representing Saint Benedict Center will join others at Planned Parenthood’s offices (8 Middle St., Keene) from 9 to 11 am THIS SATURDAY, August 22, 2015.  This is an opportunity to continue the pressure on Planned Parenthood and to pray for the lives of unborn babies who are in great jeopardy.

For other New Hampshire locations please see the New Hampshire Right to Live web site.

  • Eleonore

    There was a good representation from Saint Benedict Center today at the PP protest in Keene, NH. Four Catholics from other churches joined us, one falling on his knees when he saw the example of some of our faithful on theirs. One dear lady gave him a Rosary and a beautiful Rosary book to use so that he could follow the mysteries. We were beautifully led by Brother Andre Marie who supplied an explanation of each mystery and how that applied to the purpose for which we were praying (ending abortion and ending Planned Parenthood). A large contingent from a local Protestant church with matching t-shirts and signs was also there, as well as another group of Catholics praying the Rosary. It was a beautiful cool late summer day and well worth the time and effort to lift up our voices to pray for the end of the abomination of that organization’s grisly practices.

  • Joanie

    PS Check out Life Site News website. There are photos from around the country where hundreds and even thousands (in Aurora, IL) protested and prayed. Inspiring.

  • BREAKING: StemExpress CEO jokes about shipping ‘intact’ aborted babies in new video


  • Alyosha Karamazov
  • Hateful Troll

    Two paragraphs from the Jill Stanek piece:

    The trailer … includes a new small clip (at the 1:25 mark) of StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer joking about shipping intact fetal cadavers:

    “Oh, yeah, I mean if you had intact cases, which we’ve done a lot, that we sometimes ship those back to the lab in its entirety…. Tell the lab it’s coming. You know, open the box and go, ‘Oh, God,’ ha ha ha.”

    Sick person. Sick business.

  • GeneDe

    Perhaps we — as a nation — are beginning to wake up? But, if we are, there is still a monstrous hurdle to overcome: the news reporting mechanisms that “inform” its readers/listeners. Most — not all — reporting agencies use the term — of those who protest: anti-abortion, not pro-life. Then again, has anyone heard anything on, for instance, NPR, or, how about the Associated Press regarding the recent, organized protests?
    (Some are still “reporting” on Cecil the lion. And I don’t know about you folks, but for me, I want justice for the death of Cecil! And I’ll protest for that justice, too! I’m outraged that some hunter lured poor Cecil into the sight of his scope and blew that beautiful creature into the next lion kingdom! I’ve also heard that Cecil’s cousin was also taken out. Man, I can’t take two of my favorite lions meeting their end in such a manner! If the shot was well-placed, then they died quickly. Boy, that’s a good thing! I wonder if their body parts were sold to trophy hunters or used for “medical research,” if they were, then some good came from their deaths. Right?)
    But really, I have two reasons for the slaughter of the pre-born in this country: one, the “separation of church and state,” and along with that the exclusion of God out of the public sphere. And two, the loss of the sense of guilt of conscience when it comes to the commission of sin. Sure, there are many more reasons, but when there is an absence of good, evil can, and usually does, fill the void.