Massachusetts Citizens for Life is going on the road throughout the state over the next year, stopping in cities and towns from Cape Cod to the Berkshires to bring together diverse viewpoints in “town hall” meetings to discuss life issues of the day, including abortion and doctor-prescribed suicide.
This is an educational event and a chance to network with other local pro-lifers in your area. It features presentations from MCFL representatives who will reveal the latest work being done by the organization, talk about the latest options for helping women in crisis pregnancies, and field questions from participants. There’s also a Q & A period.
On Wednesday, April 11, 2018, we held our inaugural event at the Worcester Public Library. We had some good coverage in the Worcester Telegram (although they get the usual stuff wrong about abortion reversal) and we had a very good turnout. Check out their photos as well:
Abortions are down in Massachusetts, and anti-abortion sentiment is up, bringing legislative and cultural advancement on the issue within reach, the head of the Massachusetts Citizens for Life told an audience Wednesday night at the Worcester Public Library.
Anne Fox, president of the oldest and largest anti-abortion organization in the state, told around 10 Really more like 15, but the media always count us low people in the Saxe Room that public sentiment against laws allowing doctor-assisted suicide is also gaining steam, noting that the Massachusetts Citizens for Life mission is to restore legal protection from the moment of conception to natural death.
We have a lot more town halls on the schedule for this spring and then in the fall and we’re adding more all the time. If you want to be informed when we add more, please make sure we have your email address and we’ll let you know via email and on Facebook, if you follow us there.
And if your town isn’t on our list and you’d like us to come, please let us know and we can add it to our list.