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  1. Braquo
    6 years ago

    Pray that God will bless and provide abundant grace to the next president in making America and the world a better place especially in the mother's womb. Pls go out and vote.

  2. Sheila
    6 years ago

    We have twin daughters age 9 (adopted) that have been brought up as Catholics. They have heard me talk about the issues of our candidates for President. Tonight one of the twins said Pray tonight that McCain wins. Out of the mouths of babies are of GOD, and we as adults can not see what Pro-LIFE means. Do not kill GODs children. What if Our Holly Mary mother of GOD had been Pro-Choice? We all are GODs children who are we to take GODs children. Vote Pro-Life, GODs choice. Vote for morals first.

  3. rafaelmarie
    6 years ago

    !!!Pro-life Presidential Election Prayer & Fast Day, 11/4/08!!!

    Please pray (especially the Holy Rosary and/or other prayers) and fast (preferably on bread & water, and/or other sacrifices) on the upcoming Presidential Election Day, Tuesday, November 4th 2008, with the intention that the most Pro-life Presidential Candidate be elected as the next President of the United States.

    Remember, the next President may be choosing the next Supreme Court Justices who in turn will decide if abortion (baby-killing) is legal.

    Do it not just for the unborn, but for your family also, so that our country will not be further chastised by God through war and other punishments because of abortion.

    Please make copies of this flyer and distribute.

    Thank you and God bless America.

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