Does abortion cause breast cancer?

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Does abortion cause breast cancer?
Infertility?
Preterm birth?
Depression?
Psychological damage?

Is abortion for sex selection okay?

Join us tonight as the New Life Center features the film “HUSH” –  from 6 – 9 pm in Mercy Hall, 127 Ramsey in Lansing.

This is not a story about the legality of abortion. This is a story about issues associated with abortion, women’s health, and the medical and scientific facts.

HUSH investigates whether women are being told the truth about abortion and its potential health risks. The abortion industry regularly denies evidence that there is a link between abortion and breast cancer, infertility, preterm birth, depression and other health problems. They fight state informed consent laws that require abortion facilities to inform women of these potential risks.

Q and A after the movie with Dr. Melissa Halvorson Smith, NLC Advisory Board member.

Join us tonight from 6 – 9 pm at the Church of the Resurrection Mercy Hall, 127 Ramsey Avenue in Lansing. See our facebook ad.

“The Beautiful Sends You on Mission”

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At the Convocation of Catholic Leaders in Orlando, Florida last weekend, Bishop Robert Barron, auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and well-known evangelizer for Word on Fire, urged us to grab the world by the shoulders and share the good news.

“There’s nothing more beautiful than the dying and rising of Jesus Christ,” he said, and the apostles in the New Testament communicate this with a “grab-you-by-the-shoulders” urgency.

It is precisely that hope in the Risen Christ that sends us on the mission of offering God’s hope and healing. It is what calls us to go out into the deep to men and women wounded by abortion and say, “Receive God’s mercy and healing and join us on an upcoming, life-changing retreat!”

Project Rachel Ministry – Healing the wounds of abortion

Registration is open for our next Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat for both men and women who have lost a child to abortion. Join us in a supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment to express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions. It is the beginning of a journey of restoration and renewal.

August 11 – 13, 2017 in Lansing. Register here. 

Listen to the story of Kathy’s transformative healing journey as she traveled through the doors of hope on our February retreat.

The cost of the weekend is $200, however financial aid is readily available. Contact Cecilia Tombelli, Director of Project Rachel for the Diocese of Lansing and Coordinator of the New Life Center, at ctombelli@resurrectionlansing.org or call our Rachel’s Vineyard helpline at 888-456-HOPE.


Want to know more about the effects of abortion on women’s health?
 See more about the movie, HUSH, on our event page on FB Click here.

 

HUSH – a movie about the effects of abortion –July 14, 2017 at 6 pm

 

The film “HUSH” investigates whether women are being told the truth about abortion and its potential health risks. The abortion industry regularly denies evidence that there is a link between abortion and breast cancer, infertility, preterm birth, depression and other health problems.  127 Rumsey Avenue, Lansing, Michigan at 6 pm in Mercy Hall.

Holy Family Chapel Mass to pray for healing after abortion

July 26 at 5 pm with celebrant, Fr. Mike Murray

1601 East Grand River, Lansing, MI

Site of the former WomanCare abortion Clinic

5 pm (note the change in time)

 

Healing the Whole Person Retreat

 

Healing the Whole Person-Lansing, MI (Registration Open)
Church of the Resurrection
September 14-16, 2017
1505 E. Michigan Avenue
Lansing, MI 48912

 

Early registration is available for the next few weeks for the Healing the Whole Person retreat at the Church of the Resurrection in Lansing. Fr. Steve Mattson, pastor at Resurrection says, “This is an answer to my prayers, and I can’t encourage people strongly enough to take the time to “Be Healed” over these three days.” Please share the information with those you know and love. I’ve preached a lot about the book and my retreat experience, and I invite you to listen to some of my homilies and read what I’ve written about Hope for Healing. For a listing of retreats around the country, click here.

God bless,

Cecilia Tombelli

Director of Project Rachel, Diocese of Lansing

Coordinator, New Life Center

ctombelli@resurrectionlansing.org

888-456-HOPE

Celebrate the 4th with the Joy of the Gospel

Happy Fourth of July to you and your family!

I am celebrating our nation’s independence with over 3,500 people at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Orlando, Florida where an historic gathering of key leaders from dioceses and Catholic organizations across the country have gathered. The goal of the Convocation of Catholic Leaders is to begin strategic conversation about forming missionary disciples that animate the Church and engage the culture.

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Over 1,000 people joined a Eucharistic Procession Monday around a mile perimeter of the Hyatt Regency Orlando Convention Center.

The message we are focused on is one that Pope Francis shared with the world: A renewal of joy is essential to missionary discipleship. We’re also reminded of Saint Pope John Paul II’s message: “Duc in altum!” which means, head into the deep. (Luke 5:4)

“Going to the peripheries,” and “taking risks,” “the smell of the sheep,” and “getting one’s hands dirty.” We’re tired of the catch-phrases. But here, they seem to apply.

And missionary discipleship is not only about doing all of those things, but doing them with the joy of the Gospel.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Chairman of the USCCB Committee on Pro-Life Activities said at the opening ceremonies Saturday, “Discipleship and unity united for mission will only be effective with joy.”

He reminded us that the model in our family for going out on a mission to draw people to Christ is found in St. Luke. Mary, the Mother of God, visits Elizabeth. She is the first disciple and she is attentive to God’s Word.

Dolan quoted Jacques Maritain, a French Catholic philosopher, who said that, “Joy is the infallible sign of God’s presence.” And he said that St. Paul teaches us, “Joy is fruit of the Holy Spirit.” Also, he quoted St. Thomas Aquinas: “Joy flows from hope.”

The archbishop of New York also told the story of Malcolm Muggeridge, a British journalist, who asked Mother Teresa of Calcutta, “Mother, help me understand why you pick up beggars and lepers with such joy. How do I get this joy?” Mother Teresa replied, “Look at how joy is spelled.” J (esus) O(thers) Y(ourself).”

“Discipleship and unity united for mission will only be effective with joy!” said Cardinal Dolan. Let’s be joyful disciples together for Christ as we celebrate our nation’s independence!

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God bless you,

Cecilia Tombelli

Director of Project Rachel Diocese of Lansing

If this email was forwarded to you, join us by texting NEWLIFE to 84576. For updates on the Convocation of Catholic Leaders in Orlando, Florida, follow us on Twitter.

See #CatholicConvo.

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Fighting abortion with the True Presence

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There is a growing trend to fight the evil of abortion with the living presence of Christ, in the Eucharist. The True Presence is being used to wage the battle against the darkness of our culture, in particular, against the intrinsic evil of abortion.

An historic look at the True Presence and the closing of WomanCare Clinic

In June of 2014, three years ago, WomanCare abortion clinic still occupied the space at 1601 East Grand River, where the lives of 1,000 babies were snuffed out each year.

But with God’s help, the community witnessed the power of prayer and fasting.

After 2,500 hours of public prayer begun in 2012, including Eucharistic Processions with the monstrance, in which a consecrated host is displayed in a vessel under a canopy, the Diocese of Lansing took over that space. In October 1, 2014, the Church of the Resurrection parish offices and the New Life Center were established. Read the entire story of the takeover here.

Across the country, the Eucharistic Presence demarks the line of battle

In Warr Acres, Oklahoma, the Holy Innocents’ adoration chapel  is located only 20 feet from the north side of an abortion clinic there. It is the line of battle between the intrinsic good and the intrinsic evil of the day. Those who pray there are asking for reparation of sin and conversion of those who participate in abortion.

In Albuquerque, New Mexico a mission called Project Defending Life is maintaining a peaceful presence outside the late-term, abortion clinic there, which schedules abortions through 30 weeks.

Both in Warr Acres and Albuquerque, volunteers pray before the Eucharistic Presence for an end to abortion.

Call to action to begin to pray anew

Bishop Fulton Sheen encouraged spending time in prayer with Jesus, in the Most Holy Sacrament, during a holy hour: “We become like that which we gaze upon. Looking at the Eucharistic Lord for an hour transforms the heart in a mysterious way as the face of Moses was transformed after his companionship with God on the mountain.”

On Wednesday, July 26, at 6:30 pm in the Holy Family Chapel at the New Life Center, Fr. Mike Murray will celebrate the Sacrifice of the Mass. If you would like to join us, please RSVP to ctombelli@resurrectionlansing.org. Be sure to RSVP by July 6th if you are interested in attending.

In addition, if you are willing to sign up for one hour of Eucharistic Adoration and prayer on Fridays at the Church of the Resurrection, 1505 East Michigan Avenue, please call the parish office at (517) 487-0439.

Finally, if you are able to join in public prayer for the Day 41 efforts for an end to abortion at the Frandor Planned Parenthood location, please go to this Facebook page for more information. The PP location, formerly only a referral center to other abortion clinics, now has an abortionist prescribing the RU 486 pill for chemical abortions.

God bless you,

Cecilia Tombelli

Director of Project Rachel, Diocese of Lansing

Coordinator, New Life Center

p.s. Join us and view the movie HUSH, which blows the lid off the major cover-up by the abortion industry on the damaging effects of abortion on women’s health. RSVP to the New Life Center at nlc@resurrectionlansing.org. Save the date: Friday, July 14, at 6 pm in Mercy Hall, 127 Rumsey Ave, Lansing, MI 48912. See more about the movie here.

Project Rachel, the Catholic Church’s ministry to those who have been involved in abortion, is a diocesan-based network of specially trained priests, religious, counselors, and laypersons who provide a team response of care for those suffering in the aftermath of abortion. In addition to referring for Sacramental Reconciliation, the ministry provides an integrated network of services, including pastoral counseling, support groups, retreats and referrals to licensed mental health professionals.

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‘Hush’: The movie that uncovers the lies of the abortion industry

The New Life Center is hosting this groundbreaking movie Friday, July 14, and we’d love for you to come! Admittance is free and so is the popcorn!

THE STORY

download“Hush” is the result of an unusual team looking honestly at a highly sensitive and controversial topic. To properly handle the subject matter has required more care than transporting nitroglycerin… but an explosion is inevitable.

Since the Supreme Court’s decision of Roe vs Wade legalized abortion in 1973, abortion has become one of the number one social, medical and moral issue dividing the country. “Pro-choice” Director Punam Kumar Gill, “pro-life” Exec. Producer Drew Martin and “neutral” Producer Joses Martin began conversations about the subject of the health effects of abortion on women, and believed that if they could overcome their differences and work together, the outcome would be powerful towards the breaking down of political boundaries. Together they decided to discover the truth for the sake of women’s health.

In “Pro-Life” circles, hearing about the negative effects of abortion is a common thing. Churches and Crisis Pregnancy Centers will tell you the truth about the psychological trauma, potential for physical damage, and even breast cancer, that abortion has been known to cause.

On the other hand, in “Pro-Choice” circles, and at abortion clinics, it is commonly told that the procedure is much safer than childbirth, that the psychological effects are the same as if you deliver the child, and the breast cancer connection is a closed case.

Come decide for yourself by viewing this groundbreaking movie.

JULY 14, 2017
HUSH – A liberating documentary about women’s health and the effects of abortion
Where: Mercy Hall, Church of the Resurrection 127 Ramsey, Lansing, MI 
What time: 6 pm
Get more information on our New Life Center Facebook page.

This week’s pro-life fundraiser:

Hannah’s House Shelter for Pregnant Women

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Olga’s Kitchen – Frandor Shopping Center

354 Frandor Avenue, Lansing, MI

(517) 332-2500

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Upcoming Event, Saturday, June 24, 2017

FaithFest’17 Family Festival of Faith sponsored by St Francis Retreat Center

Dewitt, Michigan. Buy your tickets online now!

Featuring national artists Jason Gray, Brandon Heath, Sanctus Real, Chris August, Modern Day Cure, Luke Cyrus Band, and our own Melanie Rea and Daniel Schmit.

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Remember men who lost children to abortion this Father’s Day

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We assume that Father’s Day is full of joy for everyone. However, like other holidays and special days, Father’s Day can be especially hard for those who are mourning the loss of a loved one, especially if that loss is connected to the loss of a child through abortion, miscarriage or accidental death. 

How Post-Abortive Fathers May Begin the Journey of Healing

The book, Redeeming a Father’s Heart: Men Share Powerful Stories of Abortion Loss and Recovery Redeeming, narrates the stories of 10 courageous men with the common desire to present the truth of their abortion experience and the consequences of this life-changing decision. These stories are exciting and moving testimonies that journey deep into the heart of male post abortion pain ultimately revealing the miraculous power of God’s saving power.

(Read More and Learn How to Order)

The Diocese of Lansing Project Rachel Ministry at the New Life Center offers dads options, including our class “Healing a Father’s Heart: A Post-Abortion Bible Study for Men.” For women, we offer a study entitled “Forgiven and Set Free.” If you are in need of healing due to the pain of child loss through abortion, consider taking these first steps to a healing journey and move beyond the wound abortion creates.

  • Read more about Hope for Healing experienced through the Living Waters of Christ. Click here.
  • Email nlc@resurrectionlansing.org or call our Project Rachel helpline at 888-456-HOPE.
  • Consider registering for our next Rachel’s Vineyard Weekend, August 11 – 13, 2017.

Rachel’s Vineyard Weekend: A Journey of Hope and Healing

August 11-13, 2017 

Register now at this link. Financial aid is available. 

The Rachel’s Vineyard Weekend offers a unique sensory-based treatment which integrates emotional, psychological and spiritual dimensions.  For confidential help, referral to a priest, pastor, counselor or information on healing retreats and resources, contact the New Life Center at 888-456-HOPE or visit us on the web. 

At the New Life Center, we express a warm welcome to those men who have been involved in any way with abortion. We hope we can help post-abortive fathers to begin to make sense of their experience and assist them in their journey to healing.

Prayer for Fathers and Mothers in Need of Healing after Abortion

Gracious Father,

I thank you for the mercy you have shown in forgiving my sins and for the peace that comes from being reconciled with you and with your Church.

 

O God, you are faithful, and you never abandon those who hope in you. I know that my redemption from sin and death has been purchased at the cost of your Son’s blood. In return for this priceless gift, I resolve today to renew my trust in your unfailing mercy.

 

In times of doubt, when painful memories of past sins threaten to destroy the peace you have given, let the power of your Holy Spirit cast out all self-condemnation and give me greater confidence in your word of pardon.

 

Teach me to encourage others so they, too, may seek your tender compassion and come to know your peace, which nothing can take away.

 

I pray this in the name of Jesus, your Son, in whom you have restored me to life. Amen.

God bless you,

Cecilia Tombelli

Director of Project Rachel, Diocese of Lansing

Coordinator, New Life Center

newlifecenterlansing.org

 

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How Christina was rescued from abortion

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One woman’s amazing rescue from abortion

Abortion is legal, but is it safe and healthy?

Free speech and access to information. Those are two rights most Americans value and want to protect.

However, we have seen a growing trend to silence facts and opinions that offend the gatekeepers of the status quo, including those who are pro-choice.

Movie director Punam Kumar Gill has put together a film that tackles the most controversial issue of our time: abortion. She investigates the untold, long-term health effects of this elective, medical procedure. The connection between abortion and breast cancer, abortion and premature birth, and abortion and psychological damage, are revealed in a way that will have a lasting effect on government and health care worldwide.

HUSH looks at the subject of abortion- from neither a pro-life or a pro-choice standpoint- but systematically reviews the claims of health issues around abortion from a pro-woman and pro-information standpoint.

It has to be seen to be believed. Check out this 2:27 trailer.

The New Life Center would like to invite the community to watch the film in its entirety to discuss abortion effects on women so as to break open the silence and increase access to information that many women and men, including those who work in the health industry, may not know.

We want to hear from you!

What day and time works best for you to watch HUSH and discuss the medical and scientific facts surrounding the effects of abortion on women’s health?

Friday, July 14, 2017 at 6 pm

Monday, July 17, 2017 at 7 pm

Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 6 pm

Email the New Life Center at newlifecenterlansing.org to give us your vote!

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To learn more about the New Life Center, our Project Rachel Ministry and Rachel’s Vineyard post-abortion care weekends and free, on-site classes for post-abortion recovery, visit newlifecenterlansing.org. Call 888-456-HOPE for 24-hour access to our Project Rachel helpline.

How Kathy was Freed from a Deep Dark Secret

This is Kathy’s Story. She carried for 42 years a deep, dark secret packing down the shame, despair and guilt of a teenage abortion. All hope for her future had been extinguished, Kathy thought, after her mother took her through the doors of an abortion clinic.

This sense of hopelessness is portrayed in a scene from Italian poet Dante Alighieri’s Inferno, when he passes through the gate of Hell, which bears an inscription ending with the famous phrase “Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch’intrate”, translated as “Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.”

Listen to the story of Kathy’s transformative healing journey as she traveled through the doors of hope on a three-day intensive Rachel’s Vineyard Weekend.

Do you know someone who has abandoned all hope? Offer them the information they need to register for the next post-abortion recovery weekend in a safe, confidential, caring environment without condemnation or judgment.

Rachel’s Vineyard Weekend: A Journey of Hope and Healing

August 11-13, 2017 

Register here: https://resurrectionlansing.wufoo.com/forms/w29pqd7145wjb1/

It’s normal to grieve a pregnancy loss, including the loss of a child by abortion. It can form a hole in one’s heart, a hole so deep that sometimes it seems nothing can fill the emptiness.

The Rachel’s Vineyard Weekend offers a unique sensory-based treatment which integrates emotional, psychological and spiritual dimensions. Under the umbrella of the Diocese of Lansing, we have formed our own local team of women and men who have suffered the same loss.  For confidential help, referral to a priest, pastor, counselor or information on healing retreats and resources, contact:

Cecilia Tombelli

Director of Project Rachel, Diocese of Lansing

517- 993-0291 (Lansing) 

888 – 456-HOPE (USA Helpline)

newlifecenterlansing.org 

ctombelli@resurrectionlansing.org

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Eternal Father,
Source of all mercy and love,
out of love for us you sent your Son,
and willed that blood and water
flow from his side to cleanse us of sin
and restore lost innocence.

Hear the cry of each woman who mourns the loss of her child to abortion.Forgive her sin, restore her to your grace, and still the terror of her heart with a peace beyond all understanding. Through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of all tenderness and our Mother, strengthen her faith in you. Give her the consolation to believe that her child is now living in the Lord. We ask this through Christ our Lord, who conquered sin and death, and who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

Text by Msgr. James Moroney.

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Thank you for your support of this ministry.

God bless,

Cecilia Tombelli

Director of Project Rachel, Diocese of Lansing

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Project Rachel, the Catholic Church’s ministry to those who have been involved in abortion, is a diocesan-based network of specially trained priests, religious, counselors, and laypersons who provide a team response of care for those suffering in the aftermath of abortion. In addition to referring for Sacramental Reconciliation, the ministry provides an integrated network of services, including pastoral counseling, support groups, retreats and referrals to licensed mental health professionals.

Please pray for and help find this missing Lansing Catholic High School teacher

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Meridian Township Police need your help finding a missing Lansing Catholic High School teacher. Meridian Township Police are trying to locate Ross Baldwin. He is believed to be in the Lansing area driving the vehicle pictured below (Chevrolet Malibu). Ross may be suicidal and the community is attempting to locate him so that the communituy can get him some help. If you know where he is please call (517)853.4800 or 911.

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Wednesdays: Public Witness to End Abortion in Lansing

Planned Parenthood – Lansing Health Center

300 N Clippert St, Lansing, MI 48912 (Map & Directions)

Prayer Vigil: Every Wednesday from Wednesday from 9 AM – 6 PM until the end of the year.  This Day 41 activity in the spirit of 40DFL will take the place of the normal 40DFL Spring and Fall campaigns in 2017.

Organizer Chris Veneklase says, “We have found that being consistently present on each day abortions are performed is both impactful and fruitful.  Many lives saved at the former free standing abortion clinics took place outside of our 40DFL campaigns when multiple people were present in prayer on days when abortions were performed.”

Contact Chris Veneklase: signup4prayer@gmail.com or Soraya Nowland: lsorayan@yahoo.com to sign up for hours or for more information.

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Stop Planned Parenthood’s attempt to teach peer-to-peer sex education at Saline High School 

  • Committee meeting with public comment
    May 30 at 6pm,  Liberty School Media Center

Contact Joanna and Dominic Directly @ Dominic Bruno bigdbruno@gmail.com

Joanna Bruno joanna.bruno1@gmail.com. Read this Google doc for more information.

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The preservation of Truth, Beauty and Goodness

More than a hundred people gathered in Lansing Friday at the Church of the Resurrection, to hear Anthony Esolen, writer, social commentator, translator of classical poetry, and professor of English Renaissance and classical literature, give a warning about the dangers of too much technology. “We have conceded the whole territory of the imagination,” Esolen advised, saying that for centuries stories, poetry and music, rather than laptops, cell phones and iPads, were more quintessential for preserving the culture.

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“The realm of the story is eminently natural and human,” Esolen said, and recommended books and poetry by authors such as G.K. Chesterton, Dickens and Robert Frost over “the poisons of popular best-selling young adult fiction.” He addressed the graduating class of 2017 at Hillsdale College Saturday at the 165th Commencement exercises. Esolen was in the news recently for his resignation from Providence College, leaving a tenured position there for a faculty position at Thomas More College in New Hampshire. Read more here. See more photos of the event on our Facebook page.

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Saturday, hundreds gathered at the State Capitol in Lansing to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Marian apparitions at Fatima, Portugal, praying for heavenly intercession for the preservation of life, family and our country.

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The appearance of Our Lady of Fatima to St. Lucia, Blessed Francisco and Blessed Jacinta — shepherd children in rural Portugal — led to perhaps the most popular devotion to Our Lady in modern times and has captivated Catholics for a century.

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Message of Mercy – Fr. Chris Alar, MIC

Today, May 16, 2017 at 7 pm

St. Joseph Catholic Church

109 Linden Street

St. Johns, MI

Contact Linda Kurncz at (517) 242-4850 or visit http://www.thedivinemercy.org/events

A regular guest on EWTN, Fr. Alar speaks on the message of God’s mercy in the 21st century. Formerly an industrial engineer who earned a business MBA, Fr. Chris, the Director of the Association of Marian Helpers, studied Philosophy and earned his Masters of Divinity from Holy Apostles Seminary in Cromwell, CT. He is the author of Divine Mercy 101 and hosts an online series at DivineMercyMatters.org.

Focus on Life Annual Soup and Sandwich Buffet

May 18, 2017

Doors Open at 6 pm

Dinner and Program at 6:30

St. Michael Church

354 Edwards Street

Grand Ledge

Contact: LeAnn Kirrman (517) 881-7416 or email glrtl@yahoo.com.

FEARLESS Documentary

Sunday, May 21 – 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Christ the King Church – Parish Center Gym, 2600 Via Sacra Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48105  View Map

FEARLESS is a new documentary on the role of healings and miracles in evangelization. Featuring Dr. Ralph Martin, Dr. Mary Healy, and Fr. Mathias Thelen, it follows Fr. Thelen and others who demonstrate that everyone can evangelize in the power of the Holy Spirit. Preview FEARLESS at FearlessDocumentary.net.

6:30pm – Doors open

7:00pm – FEARLESS showing begins

8:15pm – Q & A featuring Dr. Mary Healy

8:45pm – Short break with refreshments

9:00pm – Prayer ministry: Receive prayer and learn how to be led by the Holy Spirit in praying with others

Tickets: $10/person or $30/family. Tickets are available online, but will also be available at the door.

Questions? Christy Whiting: UpperRoom@ctkcc.net or 734-929-0982.

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To contact the New Life Center, 1601 East Grand River, for information on Project Rachel Ministry, three-day intensive post-abortion recovery weekend retreats, or for more information about our no-cost “Forgiven and Set Free” classes on-site, email:

nlc@resurrectionlansing.org

or call our Project Rachel Helpline at:

888-456-HOPE.

We offer tours every Thursday, from noon until 1 pm. Drop in to learn more about how you can get involved!

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