Thursday, April 9, 2009

Better Late than Never: Highland Park PP Good Friday Demonstration Schedule

from Pro-Life Action Ministries:

Also a quick last note regarding our All-Day Good Friday Prayer Vigil in front of Planned Parenthood's abortuary in the Highland Park neighborhood of St. Paul. Every year I hear back from participants of the significant deepening of their commemoration of Christ's passion and death because of our prayer vigil. If there is any way you join with us please do. Come for an hour or two, half a day or the whole day. Come anytime morning or afternoon. I have re-listed the schedule of pastors for the day:
9:00 a.m. -- Most Reverend John Neinstedt, Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
9:30 -- Reverend Roger Barcus, Pastor of St. Paul Apostolic Tabernacle
10:00 -- Reverend Andrew Cozzens, Assistant Director of the Archdiocesan Office of Worship
10:30 -- Reverend Kevin Finnegan, Pastor of Divine Mercy Catholic Church
11:00 -- Reverend Anthony Vanderloop, Pastor of St. Peter and St. James Catholic Churches
11:30 -- Reverend James Livingston, Catholic Chaplain at North Memorial Hospital
12:00 p.m. Reverend Leo Reck, Pastor of Word of Grace Baptist Church
12:30 -- Reverend Christopher Kneen, Pastor of North Branch United Methodist Church
1:00 -- Reverend Brian Lother, Pastor of Hope Community Church
1:30 -- Reverend Thomas Parish, Administrative Pastor of Hope Lutheran Church
2:00 -- Reverend Fred Thoni, Pastor of Elmwood Evangelical Free Church
2:30 -- Reverend Ned Berube, Pastor of Christ Community Church
3:00 -- Reverend David Fronsoe, Pastor of Evangelist Crusaders Church
3:30 -- Reverend Elijah Layfield, Associate Pastor of Outreach Ministry at Bethlehem Baptist Church
3:45 -- Closing Prayer -- Everyone in attendance

If' you're even a tiny bit Irish, Father Finnegan will give you extra Indulgences!


Robert Clark said...

Why did you only highlight the Catholic priests---do you think the Protestants are lesser people --that God doesn't hear their prayers

Unknown said...

No I don't think the Protestants are "lesser people."

Some of those ministers that showed up are wonderful pastors and probably live far better lives than I do.

But in three years, since I started this blog, if you are protestant, you are the first protestant to ever read this blog as far as I know.

I could have just as easily omitted all the protestants. But I didn't.

People value their time. I always highlight critical passages on the articles that I post so that my readers, who might read 20 blogs or news feeds a day, can get on to their next site.