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#1 User is offline   Gertie Keddle 

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Posted 12 November 2018 - 09:41 AM


Religious Coalition For Reproductive Choice Holds ‘Blessing Service’ For New Abortion Clinic


ByFrank Camp
Daily Wire
November 9, 2018
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On Friday evening, a group called the Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC) is holding a "blessing service" at a newly-opened abortion facility called Your Choice Healthcare of Columbus.

The following is the event description on Facebook and Eventbrite:

Come celebrate the opening of Columbus' new medical abortion clinic: Your Choice Heathcare.

This gathering is open to all people of faith (and non-faith) who affirm abortion providers and patients. The hour long service will include various prayers, music, and abortion storytelling — as well as a message from Rev. Dr. Susan K. Smith.

Weather permitting, the blessing service will take place outside, followed by a light reception indoors. While this will be an uplifting event, we are expecting protesters to be present and will have security measures in place.

The Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice is an advocacy organization that "strongly opposes restrictions to abortion access and contraception," and offers various training programs to help "people of faith, conscience, and goodwill connect their pro-choice values with activism."

Additionally, the "our philosophy" section of the Ohio RCRC official website states: "We support women as moral agents and their right to make reproductive decisions following one's own conscience and religious beliefs."

The organization’s leadership includes a reverend and a rabbi.

In an October 23 blog post titled "Thank God for Abortion Providers," Rabbi Rob Nosanchuk writes about the various clinic blessings in which the RCRC will be participating this fall:

During this time, faith leaders and guests will gather together to ask for God’s blessing upon the abortion providers and staff and all those who pass through the clinic. In celebration and affirmation, we will also share interfaith blessings, prayers, and testimonies about receiving and providing abortion care...

Anti-abortion advocates do not have the monopoly on God or religion. That’s why I’m proud to serve on the board of Ohio RCRC and to stand with countless others to proclaim that accessing and providing abortions are good and holy decisions.


In another blog post, Ohio RCRC Executive Director Elaina Ramsey writes about the "sacred work of abortion providers."

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Posted 12 November 2018 - 12:01 PM

Religious? Sure, I believe that. After all, the church of satan is alive and well. (lower-case letters on purpose.)

"Religious" as in "Christian"? You women are severely deluding yourselves.

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Posted 12 November 2018 - 01:02 PM

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The hour long service will include various prayers, music, and abortion storytelling


Baffling.

NPR recently had on one of their story telling shows (maybe The Moth) one where a dude was making lots of jokes about abortions. He even had the audience rolling when he talked about his grandmother having had 12. Super duper funny and stuff.

Honestly, I felt ill after hearing it. And then I see this. Baffling.
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