Thursday, October 31, 2019

Stupid questions from pro-abortion people

From time to time I get really stupid questions about my late term born alive abortion statistics. These abortions are all done after 20 weeks gestation.

The child is born after an abortion, is a alive, and then it dies. That's all we know.

These morons make a comment or ask a question, I respond, and then they come back with really dumb comments like "I'm not going to read your blog" or "I can read" or "there's no such thing as late term abortions".

These are not my numbers. I didn't make them up. They come from the Canadian Institute for Health Information. If you don't like them it's not my fault, you imbecile. CIHI gets them from hospital discharge records. If you don't like the numbers, then stop believing it's A-okay to keep killing these babies by abortion, any abortion. Before or after 20 weeks.

If you want to have a grown up conversation about these horrific killings of fully formed and often viable human beings left to die, I'm happy to do that. 

But if I see one more stupid comment you're blocked. And have a nice day and give your stupid brain a rest. It needs it.

Friday, October 25, 2019

Fr. Anthony Van Hee, S.J., 2019 Winner of CCRL’s Exner Award

Wonderful news about Fr. Tony. I can't think of anyone more deserving.

Fr. Anthony Van Hee, S.J., 2019 Winner of CCRL’s Exner Award
by CCRL | Oct 25, 2019 | EventsNews | 0 comments
Toronto, ON October 25, 2019 – The Catholic Civil Rights League (CCRL) is pleased to announce that it has chosen 84-year-old Jesuit priest Fr. Anthony Van Hee from Ottawa as winner of this year’s Archbishop Adam Exner Award for Catholic Excellence in Public Life.
In addition to 51 years as a Catholic priest, Fr. Tony has engaged in a regular prayerful protest to oppose abortion and in support of life, on Parliament Hill, which he commenced in September of 1989. He has kept his faithful vigil for over 30 years.
Fr. Tony was arrested on October 24, 2018 for silently protesting within 50 metres of the Morgentaler abortion clinic in Ottawa. Fr. Van Hee never spoke with anyone. He did not distribute anything. He made no mention of abortion or abortion related services. Fr. Tony simply wore a sandwich board. On the front was the sentence, “The Primacy of Free Speech Cornerstone of Western Civilization”; on the back, “Without Free Speech the State is a Corpse.”

Fr. Tony was charged with violating section 3(1)(e)(iii) of the Safe Access to Abortion Services Act which states:
3 (1) While in an access zone established under section 6 for a clinic or facility, no person shall,
(e) for the purpose of dissuading a person from accessing abortion services,
(iii) intimidate or attempt to intimidate the person, or
The CCRL is involved in a constitutional challenge to the controversial bubble zone law, under which Fr. Tony is charged.
The Exner award will be presented at the CCRL’s Annual Dinner on November 25 in Toronto at 6:30 pm at the Sala Caboto Ballroom at 40 Playfair Ave, west of Dufferin, south of Lawrence.
CCRL President Phil Horgan confirmed the League’s selection:
“We take this opportunity to recognize the persistent and prayerful witness of not only a Catholic priest, but an individual who has stood in silent opposition, no matter the weather or other impediments, to the cause of life.”
On receiving the Exner award, Fr. Tony said:
I have very little in common with Archbishop Adam Exner, but we were born 103 kms from each other. He was born in Killaly, Saskatchewan, in 1928, and I was born in Langenburg, Saskatchewan, in 1935. In the 2016 Census Killaly had a population of 77, Langenburg, a population of 1,165. However, I am honoured and humbled to receive the Archbishop Exner Award for Catholic Excellence in Public Life, and to be associated with the many much more worthy former recipients, such as, Doctors Catherine Ferrier, Robert Walley, Donald DeMarco, and Dr. and Mrs. Andrew and Joan Simone, Alex Schadenberg, Gwen Landolt, Fr. Alphonse de Valk, Michael O’Brien, Suzanne LaVallee, Jim Hughes, J. Fraser Field, and the late Frank Chauvin and Frederick W. Hill.
For Annual Dinner tickets, please email or call 416-466-8244 or 1-844-722-CCRL. Tickets are $125 each for individuals. We are offering a special rate of $1000 for a table of 10. We encourage organizations, or even groups of friends to save money and help the CCRL by organizing a table. With either option an RSVP is required by calling (416) 466-8244 or 1-844-722-CCRL or by emailing

About the Archbishop Exner Award

The CCRL established the Archbishop Exner Award in 2004 to honour Archbishop Adam Exner, OMI, Archbishop Emeritus of Vancouver, upon his retirement and to recognize outstanding achievement in advocacy, education, life issues, media and culture, and philanthropy.
Previous recipients include:
Dr. Catherine Ferrier, Catholic physician, Physicians’ Alliance against Euthanasia (2018)
Dr. Robert Walley, founder of MaterCare International (2017)
Alex Schadenberg, anti-euthanasia/assisted suicide activist (2016)
Dr. Donald DeMarco, scholar, writer, seminary professor, and pro-life activist (2015)
Gwen Landolt, long time national Vice-President of REAL Women of Canada, pro- life advocate, promoter of the family in national and international circles (2014)
Fr. Alphonse de Valk, CSB, pro-life activist, writer and editor (2013)
Michael D. O’Brien, artist and author, for creative work incorporating authentic Catholicism and Catholic teaching (2012)
Michael Coren, author and broadcaster, for his outspoken defense of Catholicism in media (2011)
Suzanne LaVallee of Quebec for leadership in education (2010)
The late Frank Chauvin of Windsor, Ontario, founder of Haiti’s first orphanage for girls and initiator of an application for review of the process by which Henry Morgentaler was awarded the Order of Canada (2009)
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew and Joan Simone of Toronto, co-founders of Canadian Food for Children, for services to philanthropy and international aid (2008)
Campaign Life Coalition President Jim Hughes of Toronto for service to the pro-life movement (2007)
J. Fraser Field of Vancouver, founder of Catholic Educators’ Resource Centre, for service to education (2006)
The late Regina business leader Frederick W. Hill for philanthropy and community service (2005)

About the CCRL
Catholic Civil Rights League (CCRL) ( assists in creating conditions within which Catholic teachings can be better understood, cooperates with other organizations in defending civil rights in Canada, and opposes defamation and discrimination against Catholics on the basis of their beliefs. The CCRL was founded in 1985 as an independent lay organization with a large nationwide membership base. The CCRL is a Canadian non-profit organization entirely supported by the generosity of its members.
To donate to the CCRL, please click here.
For further information:
Christian Domenic Elia, PhD
CCRL Executive Director

Monday, October 21, 2019

Child in the womb cries "My Body My Choice"

Dear Premier Doug Ford ( and Attorney General Doug Downey (,

Please watch this short video where Fr. Mark Goring speaks at the midpoint rally of the 40 days for Life rally in Ottawa yesterday.

Please notice that all the pro-life people are outside the abortion bubble zone while the "pro-choice" people are inside the abortion bubble zone.

Can you please explain to me why pro-life citizens are restricted in where they pray, while "pro-choice" citizens are not restricted where they pray...sorry, I mean where they protest?

After all, pro-life citizens pay taxes too. Shouldn't we all have the same rights as "pro-choice" citizens?

I look forward to hearing back from you soon.

Thank you.

Patricia Maloney 

Saturday, October 19, 2019

The dead and broken babies amongst the leaves

40 days for life continues in Ottawa today. Maureen, Barb and I joined other members of our Church, along with the Sisters of the Queenship of Mary, to pray at the abortion killing site in Ottawa.

ARPA put up their flag display at the Supreme Court of Canada, representing the 100,000 babies killed each year through abortion.

That's 100,000 human beings destroyed before birth every year.

We prayed the Rosary to our Blessed Mother to protect all pre-born children from this continued slaughter of the innocents. We also prayed the St. Michael Prayer. Seemed appropriate.

I couldn't help but notice the dead autumn leaves surrounding the little pink and blue flags. Kind of prophetic, don't you think?

Friday, October 18, 2019

Heroic Pro-Life Action

Fr. Tony was recently interviewed by Jim Havens, Director of Pro-Life and Host of Love Will End Abortion on the Station of the Cross Catholic Radio Network. The interview starts at about 31 minutes.

Fr. Tony talks about his pro-life ministry witnessing against the evil of abortion. How it started 30 years ago, why he does it, and how important prayer and witness is for this greatest evil of mankind, after the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

Friday, October 11, 2019

A word of advice for Catholics for the 2019 election

A word of advice from Fr. Mark Goring to Catholics.
"Dear Catholics don't be stupid. If you vote for a political leader who allows harm to be done to the most innocent person, you are complicit in the death of the innocent person. You have blood on your hands. You might spend all of eternity in Hell because you did not obey God's clear commandment--Thou shalt not kill."