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Clinic Closed for the Day,
April 24, 2021
Red Rose Rescue National Pro-Life Conference
was held in St. Charles MO., on Dec. 12th
The whole event was Informative, Stimulating, and Inspiring!
The Windsor Room at the Embassy Suites Hotel, St. Charles, MO. was full of
participants at the Red Rose Rescue National Pro-life Conference, with chairs set apart for social distancing.
See here all of the speeches!!
Hear Professor Janet Smith, Joe Scheidler, Monica Migliorino Miller,
Fr. Fidelis Moscinski, Fr. Stephen Imbarrato, Will Goodman, Lauren Handy,
Mary Wagner, and Jonathan Darnel.
Just click HERE and you'll be there.
In Defense of Red Rose Rescue
A Response to Sidewalk Advocates for Life
Jan. 30th Red Rose Rescue
One Baby Spared Abortion!
Five Other Women Leave the Abortion Clinic
While One Man said “Baby is in the trash can”
See Great LifeSite News Video Below
Red Rose Rescuer Jonathan Darnell is arrested when defending
the unborn from abortion, Jan. 30, 2021 in Silver Spring, MD.
Photo credit: Jim Hale, LifeSite News
On Jan. 30th a Red Rose Rescue occurred at the Silver Spring Gynecology &
Family Planning services abortion center in Silver Spring, MD, the first to take
place during the Biden presidency.
Four rescuers entered the abortion center at 9:30 am and they were able to stay in the clinic for
four hours! Eight women arrived for their scheduled abortions. Six women left the facility before
the abortionist arrived, one of whom was an Hispanic women who chose life for her baby.
Rescuer Matthew Connolly was in the stair wall on the clinic’s first floor and gave this women
pro-life literature. The woman entered the waiting room where rescuer Lauren Handy also gave
her a pro-life brochure.
Clinic staff ushered the women into the back room but she emerged shortly and spoke to Lauren
who asked her: “Have you decided to keep your baby?” The women said “Yes, Yes—keep my
baby” and placed her hand on her abdomen! Clinic staff, exhibiting frustration with the woman,
escorted her out of the clinic.
Indeed, the clinic staff, distracted, angry and confused by the presence of the Red Rose Rescuers,
caused five women to simply opt to leave the clinic—four of them had the roses given to them
by the rescuers.
Police did not arrive at the clinic for a full two hours and even then they were hesitant to arrest
the rescuers in the waiting room, Father Fidelis Moscinski, Lauren Handy and Jonathan Darnell.
Indeed, they begged the rescuers to leave, told them if they left, no charges would be filed, and
gave them extra time to consider the offers to vacate the clinic.
The rescuers told the police they could not leave the clinic while there were two women in the
back room who still planned to abort their children—and sadly they did abort their babies as the
abortionist arrived during the rescue. The rescuers STAY WITH THE UNWANTED, IN
SOLIDARIITY WITH THE ABANDONED UNBORN. Finally, the officers could see that the
rescuers were committed to remain in the clinic and arrests commenced at 2:30pm—4 hours after
the rescue began. The rescuers were charged with misdemeanor counts of trespass, disorderly
conduct and conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct. No court date has yet been scheduled.
Sidewalk counselors were outside of the abortion center. A few others held pro-life signs and
others gathered to pray. A man who left the abortion facility told the pro-lifers on the sidewalk:
“That f***ing fetus is gone. They put it in the trash can and all that,” —seeming to approve of
such desecration. He later returned to the facility and left with the woman he’d dropped off
earlier in the day. PLEASE PRAY FOR THE MOTHERS WHO LEFT THE CLINIC!
"Rescue those being dragged to death, and those tottering to execution withhold not. If you say 'I know not this man!' does not He who tests hearts not perceive it?"
Proverbs 24: 11
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