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Kapanke endorsed by Victory Fund

The Pro-Life Wisconsin Victory Fund political action committee has proudly endorsed former Republican State Senator Dan Kapanke in the 32nd Senate District general election.

Kapanke is taking on pro-abortion Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling who beat him in the summer 2011 recall election.

The 32nd district, covers La Crosse, Monroe, Vernon and Crawford counties, and includes the cities of La Crosse, Viroqua and Prairie du Chien.

Kapanke recognizes the personhood of the preborn baby and holds a principled and compassionate no-exceptions pro-life position. His commitment to protect each and every innocent human being from the moment of conception, coupled with his solid voting record on behalf of preborn children, make him the only candidate for pro-life voters in the upcoming Nov. 8 general election.

Visit Kapanke's campaign website for more information.

Plan to exercise your right to vote, and encourage your family and friends to do the same.

Vote for life, and may God bless Wisconsin!

March for Life

There are two opportunities to make your voice heard, along with thousands of other pro-lifers this January. Public witness is a crucial part of the pro-life movement.

Please consider making one of these pilgrimages to witness and pray for the end of abortion.

1. National March for Life – Washington D.C.

When: Jan. 25-29

Where: Bus departure locations in Plainfield, Necedah, Elm Grove, and Kenosha

Cost: $300 per person

Deadline: Nov. 10 or at capacity

For more information and a registration form click here or call Dan Miller at 262.796.1111 ex. 11


2.) March for Life – Chicago (day trip)

When: Jan. 15

Where: Bus departure locations in Wausau, Plover, Green Bay, Manitowoc, Onalaska, Sparta, Madison, Beloit, Brookfield, and Kenosha.

Cost: $25 per person or $85 per nuclear family

Deadline: Dec. 16 or at capacity

For more information, flyers, and to register click here or call Matt Von Rueden at 262.796.1111 ex. 15

Both marches are in January 2017 - but deadlines to get on a bus are approaching quickly.

Pro-Life News

PREBORN HOMICIDE: Killing even the earliest developing human beings (except through abortion and reproductive technology) is treated as a homicide in Illinois law, and has been since the 1980s. PLW: The law in 40 states, including Wisconsin, protects preborn children from everyone - except their mother if she wants an abortion. This double standard will only end when abortion does.

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: Father Larry Brito went on to write that candidates who are pro-abortion, “or as they sheepishly call themselves, ‘Pro-Choice,’” should be disqualified from receiving the Catholic vote. PLW: The priest's comments may catch some flack from the IRS, but Pro-Life Wisconsin thinks it's time that more religious leaders are honest about this election.

TRUMP: Christian radio host Dr. Michael Brown said they are not looking for Trump to be a moral reformer but someone who would defeat Clinton and make some good decisions for the nation. PLW: Another Christian leader is calling on voters to examine their conscience before voting next week.

JESUS: A Eucharistic procession in front of Planned Parenthood in Denver is the featured photo on Google search results for the facility. PLW: Even when sidewalk counselors and processions can't be on site, their prayers are working.

PRO-LIFE TV: CBS’s new medical drama, Pure Genius, opened its series on Thursday with a pro-life message that was quite powerful. PLW: A mom chooses to delay her own treatment for the sake of her preborn child. That's a message we like to see on TV. (This show followed The Big Bang Theory's character discovering "there's a baby in there!")

EUGENICS: Planned Parenthood has teamed up with the American Civil Liberties Union to try to have an Indiana law signed by Governor Mike Pence, which prohibits abortion for reasons of race, sex or genetic defect such as Down Syndrome, thrown out. PLW: If abortion is OK, it's OK for any reason. Planned Parenthood won't allow any limitations - regardless of how discriminatory a woman's reason is.

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Father Gregory J. Greiten will present "Sex & Tech in the Digital Age," a talk on how technology effects relationships, Thursday, Nov. 17, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist Parish, 8500 W. Cold Spring Road, Greenfield.

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee is offering an opportunity to live out the corporal work of mercy “to bury the dead.” On All Souls Day, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016, the archdiocese will offer to people of all faiths the opportunity to bury the cremated remains of their loved ones in a community crypt at Holy Cross Cemetery, 7301 W. Nash St., Milwaukee. Called the “All Souls Remembrance Ministry,” this service is provided free of charge. Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki will celebrate Mass at 8:30 a.m., followed by a committal service at 9 a.m.

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