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Teen Mom is a show originally aired on MTV. This show portrays teen mom's lives, struggles, and successes. It is an educational documentary that has proven it can lower the rate of teen pregnancy.
Prevention is the key and this show can prove to young teens around the world that using protection is the way to go! Not only is this documentary educational, but the viewers have learned to love the cast.
We have all become fond of every single cast member and would love to continue to support them through their life journeys.
In August 2012, 160 Ateneo faculty members abused their position and misused the name of the Ateneo de Manila University, a Jesuit-run university with a Catholic mandate, to express their personal stand and agenda in favor of the Reproductive Health Bill.
The administrators of the Ateneo have not done anything to answer these dissenters nor to defend Catholic teaching on the matter.
This petition is to precisely ask the Jesuit Fathers for accountability.
When the Pilgrims first settled in what is now the United States, they did so to escape the British governments control over their religious liberty. Our forefathers maintained that we are born with unalienable rights that come from God, our Creator, and not the government as witnessed in the First Amendment.
President Obama and the HHS are trying to force religious organizations to go against their religious beliefs and provide services they believe are immoral and sinful. They have given people of faith one year to compromise their ethics and morals or be in violation of the law.
Irish Statesman Edmund Burke said "There is but one law for all, namely, that law which governs all law, the law of our Creator, the law of humanity, justice, equity — the law of nature, and of nations." He further states, "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
I am asking for men and women of faith, men and women of conscience, men and women that still believe in our Constitutional Rights, to stand together. Whether you believe in contraception or not is not at issue. Rather, it is whether you believe that the Government has the right to choose what you do regardless of your beliefs.
It is said that there are over 60 million Catholics in the USA. I am setting a goal of only ten percent of them to stand up and be counted. That's 6 million signatures.
I hope that all Christians and people of all faiths recognize the HHS mandate and it's weak attempt at a compromise as an assault to our religious freedom and stand with Catholics as fellow Americans in outrage. If this is allowed to continue, it is only the beginning of the loss of our freedom to our government.
PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION AND BE HEARD!
In closing, St. Teresa of Avila said, "Christ has no body but yours, No hands, no feet on earth but yours,
Yours are the eyes with which he looks Compassion on this world, Yours are the feet with which he walks to do good, Yours are the hands, with which he lesses all the world. Yours are the hands, yours are the feet,
Yours are the eyes, you are his body. Christ has no body now but yours, No hands, no feet on earth but yours, Yours are the eyes with which he looks Compassion on this world. Christ has no body now on earth but yours."
We are murdering our own offspring. "Abortion is the murder of an innocent child. It has to be condemned by society." - Ven. Pope John Paul II, 2/14/82 Nigeria. "(Abortion) is pure, pure murder." - Blessed Mother Teresa in video to David T. Little, now President of the World St. Thomas More Society.
The USA is the most influential nation on earth. Unless we end this demonic barbarity, and soon, the USA will destroy itself as it has cursed itself by coercing its citizens to pay for abortion through income tax. 50,000,000 and more innocent preborn children have been murdered since 1973. Go to www.worldthomasmore.org for full facts and information.
NHS Hillingdon plan to make changes to the availability of the EHC (morning after pill) for young people. As it stands, any young person under the age of 20 is able obtain the EHC (morning after pill) over the counter in pharmacies, at no cost.
The change proposed by NHS Hillingdon is to cut funding for the availability of the EHC (morning after pill), resulting in a reduction in the age group who can currently access the pill for free. The new proposal states that now any young person who is 18 or under will have access to the pill for no cost.
In summary, students aged 19 and 20 will have to pay full cost, around £25, for the EHC morning after pill).
This decision will stand to affect many of the young adults surrounding the Uxbridge area who may wish to collect the EHC (morning after pill) from the local pharmacies.
Brunel University’s on campus pharmacy has provided the current under 20’s service to its students. The statistics show that over 60% of the clients using the service are aged between 18 and 20. This displays a need to abolish this new decision.
The decision to reduce the age range for the service will create a setback for clients who may find it difficult to buy the EHC (morning after pill) over the counter (which currently stands at £25.00) or attend family planning clinics. This can result in higher risk of pregnancy.
As the host country of the G8 Summit on June 25/26, 2010 in Huntsville Ontario, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his governing Conservative Party of Canada have chosen to champion an initiative to improve maternal and child health in developing countries.
However, this admirable initiative has become deeply mired in the Conservatives’ anti-choice ideology. The government announced on April 26 that they will not fund safe abortion services “under any circumstances” in developing countries. Although they were forced to back down from their earlier position that family planning and contraception would also be excluded from the initiative, there is still no firm commitment to fund family planning – only a vague promise to “consider” it, and to “not close doors against any options, including contraception.”
Please sign the following petition to call upon Parliament to include funding for safe abortion and family planning/contraception in Canada’s G8 maternal/child health initiative.
Incluez le financement du planning familial et d’avortements sans risques dans l’Initiative canadienne du G8 pour la santé des mères et des enfants:
À titre de pays-hôte du Sommet du G8, les 25 et 26 juin 2010 à Huntsville (Ontario), le premier ministre Stephen Harper et son Parti conservateur du Canada au pouvoir ont choisi de faire du Canada le champion d’une initiative visant à améliorer la santé des mères et des enfants dans les pays en voie de développement.
Toutefois, cette initiative admirable se retrouve profondément enlisée dans l’idéologie anti-choix des Conservateurs. Le gouvernement a annoncé le 26 avril qu’il ne financerait « sous aucune considération » la prestation de services d’avortement sans risques dans les pays en voie de développement. Même s’ils ont été forcés de faire marche arrière en regard de leur position préalable visant à exclure également de l’Initiative le planning familial et la contraception, il n’existe pas encore d’engagement ferme du Canada de financer le planning familial – seulement une vague promesse de « l’envisager » et de « ne fermer la porte à aucune option, y compris la contraception ».
Veuillez signer la pétition suivante qui réclame du Parlement le financement d’avortements sans risques, du planning familial et de la contraception dans l’Initiative canadienne du G8 pour la santé des mères et des enfants.
Issues related to reproductive choices disproportionately affect the lives of people in historically marginalized communities, such as women, people of color, and the economically disadvantaged.
As a Catholic, Jesuit institution, Georgetown University claims to advocate on behalf of these communities and commit itself to the principles of social justice and a free exchange of ideas. By limiting dialogue, access to information, and resources concerning sexual health, Georgetown fails to live up to its professed mission and endangers the lives of students on campus.
The Rosarium of the Blessed Virgin Mary Life Centre (or "The Rosarium" for short) is a non-profit corporation, incorporated without share capital under the laws of Ontario, Canada.
It was founded by two Catholic laymen (John Pacheco and Tony Liuzzo) and a Canadian priest in the Autumn of 2003. Our mission is to usher in a respect for human life in Canada by exposing the harmful effects of contraception on Canadian culture and providing an avenue for education, repentence, and healing.
The name Rosarium is dedicated to the Holy Father's Apostolic Letter, Rosarium Virginis Mariae, on the Most Holy Rosary. We claim the Rosary, and in particular the additional "Mysteries of Light" introduced by the Holy Father, as our prime spiritual weapon in this particular battle against the culture of death.
We officially launched our movement on December 8, 2003, the feast day of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin. Our movement is under the patronage of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, in honour of the Blessed Mother.