Dear Ms. Therese et al to who it may concern -
I have heard just now the opening argument case briefs for Dobbs vs. Jackson w.h.o.
I find the announcement of the court opening its’ ears to the public “All persons having business before the honorables, the supreme court of the united states, are admonished to draw near and give their attention for the court is now sitting.”
I know the word admonish for them is to behave themselves while court is in session when this truthfully requires that these individuals themselves be formed to the Will of God and His Blessed Laws and Decrees instead of what it is that they think they are interpreting that being the U.S. constitution.
Because this process is still grievously flawed from the beginning, even with the founding fathers, we are forced still to sit back and watch or better yet kneel and pray intensely for God to intervene that we ask of Him through Mother Mary – Please be it your Will that this brokenness be repaired in our land in accordance with your Will. Amen.
Regarding Mr. Scott Stewart, He gives acceptable reasoning and argument concerning why the case of Casey and the case of Roe need to be overruled because of not only the damage and fallout, but also because the basis for those such findings are not defensible by today’s rulings and considerations the court has done. “Casey and Roe are very much broken.”
Regarding Ms. Julie Rikelman and Ms. Elizabeth Prelogar they simply argue once again that being a woman implies that “Abortion is a right” as usual. I think they are trying to equate this as equal to ‘right to privacy’, ‘right to vote’, or ‘right to equal opportunity’. Sadly, again this still does not help or address the ‘Right to be unborn’ or ‘A right to Life’ in accordance with God’s blessed Law and Decrees starting with the Ten Commandments. These were given to us because their hearts and ours are still disordered and sinful.
Please remember you are also invited to pray your Holy Rosary with your Lectio to remember Heaven with Lord Jesus through Blessed Mother Mary in Union with Saint Joseph your Spiritual Father as a non-Catholic to gain more favor with Lord Jesus by honoring Mother Mary this way.
In peace forever of Jesus Christ Our Lord through Our Blessed Mother Mary, Mother of All Christians.
-Matthew James K.
In and through the Mass and Our Blessed Mother Mary - Star Ashes to Star Ashes, Star Dust to Star Dust, from Star Ashes we came as Clay Men of the Earth, and to Star Ashes from Clay we must physically return. Oh, grant us our true Christian Resurrected Bodies and let not your beloved decay, Oh God we Pray, as Thee and Most Loving Mother Mary – Accept our repentance, conversion, and eternal commitment to thy sanctifying grace restored within us.
In the Mass is His own self-perpetuating love and origin of all proves further the argument that God Exists, and all hearing the Good News (the Healing, the Gospel, and the Word of God) should not reject the argument for Salvation, but instead accept him whole-heartedly without the influence of humankind, artificial, or Sin (the world, the flesh, and the devil).
The Mass Never Ends, It Must Be Lived – So Lets Us Go Forth to Love and Serve The Lord!
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2021 2:58 PM
Subject: Pray for Dobbs v.s. Jackson's Women's Health Organization court case
Some Catholics will get this twice. Sorry! But it's super important!
Dear prayer warriors for LIFE,
Here are some more opportunities to pray about the upcoming Mississippi court case:
Join Christians across the country coming together to pray for the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization case. This is the case that could overturn Roe v. Wade--the Supreme Court decision that made abortion legal in all 50 states. We can pray for a just outcome that protects millions of preborn babies and their mothers.
Join Christians in prayer
For Catholics, there are 3 specific, in-person opportunities for this in Eucharistic Adoration:
1) St. John the Baptist in Milwaukie is having EA from 7 to 8 pm on Nov 30th. The church which is located at 10965 SE 25th, Milwaukie 97222
2) Holy Rosary Catholic Church: 375 NE Clackamas St. Portland. Tuesday, Nov. 30th from 7 pm until Wed, Dec 1st, 5:30 am. Take an hour or two anywhere in that range. Sign up online under "Events".
3) St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church 2727 NE 54th, 97213 On Fri, Dec. 3rd starting at 9 a.m. until Saturday, Dec 4th, 7 a.m.
Anyone who is not Catholic is certainly welcome to come and pray in a Catholic Church. However, please contact me so I can explain about what Eucharistic Adoration is. 503 997-1884.
Thanks everyone! Let's help make abortion illegal in our time, God willing!
"May your soul rejoice in his mercy, and may you not be put to shame when you praise him. Do your work before the appointed time, and in God's time, he will give you your reward" Sirach 51:30