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WHAT PRO-LIFE PHILIPPINES HAS DONE THUS FAR

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Pro-Life Philippines has remained the vanguard in upholding and defending the value of human life from conception to natural death. The mission set forth by its founder, Sister Mary Pilar Versoza, RSG may have been fulfilled many times over. But the work continues as we face an ever evolving environment that challenges our resolve to keep the Philippines pro-life and pro-family.

The seminars, trainings and other instruction, education and communication efforts have cascaded to local communities, schools, parishes and other organizations that contributed to the formation of family and life commissions throughout the country. To date, it has given more than 195 seminars with more than 775,204 participants.

Millions of people have also been enriched and informed by Pro-Life Philippines and its members through radio programs, TV and radio interviews, newspaper articles and videos.

The Foundation has also reached out to other religious denominations and has been quite successful in enriching their perspectives on life and family. This has been clearly manifested in the growing number of individual Pro-Life warriors and advocates and the strengthening of Pro-Life coalitions and alliances.

In collaboration with other organizations, Pro-Life Philippines has successfully thwarted the ever-aggressive efforts of other social and political forces to legalize abortion; same sex marriage; mainstreaming of homosexual relationships; institutionalization of divorce and euthanasia. It has contributed much in the debate on why the death penalty should not be restored in the Philippines. It likewise continues in its campaign to end the violence and the killings that have been made pervasive in the current dispensation. All these are being undertaken in various publics through the use of social media and its radio programs.

A quiet but very powerful contribution is the counselling of troubled families and teens, especially pregnant women. For more than 40 years, Pro-Life Philippines counsellors have helped at least 85,480 people in these counselling sessions, saving countless lives who have become productive citizens of our country.

Pro-Life Foundation is similarly engaged in more basic efforts such as collaborating with local parishes and governments for the establishment of “Tombs of the Unborn” such as the ones in Manila North and South Cemeteries and the Catholic Cemetery of Our Lady of Abandoned in Marikina City. It works with other institutions and tap on their capabilities in running half way houses for battered women and children and pregnant women needing shelter and likewise facilitates in certain instances the adoption of babies of women who opted out of the abortion option.

These are some of the accomplishments the Foundation have with respect to the mission set forth from its inception in the late seventies. Accomplishments which the former and current board of trustees intend to continue with your kind partnership, patronage and financial support.

PRO-LIFE PHILIPPINES MILESTONES

1974 – Fr. Paul Mark, OSB came to the Philippines To conduct a seminar Sr. Pilar Verzosa, RGS who was then working for the single mothers was moved by the impassioned exhortation of Fr. Paul to promote Pro-Life in the Philippines

Dec. 5,1975 – Pro-Life Philippines picketed the DOH against the Population Control Program

1978 – The Pro-Life Movement was formally launçhed

Dec 11,1983 – The first National Convention, Pro-Life Philippines Becomes a Foundation

1987 – Held a rally at the Mendiola and launched the radio program Buhay Kalingain     (BUKAL)

1988 – Through the lobby effort of Pro-Life Philippines, we marked another milestone when former Pres. Cory Aquino signed Presidential Proclamation 214 declaring every second week of February nationwide as the start of Respect & Care for Life Week

1988 – Pro-Life Philippines picketed at the Parliamentarians Conference at PICC and confronted the advocates of population control in the government.

The youth started getting involved in 1989 as they were invited to a Pro-Life seminar. Through the Teen Sexuality Seminar, the youth organized Youth for Life Chapters in their respective schools & parishes. Not to be outdone was the nurses who organized SANBUHAY or Nurses For Life

1990 – Organized 2 rallies in July & August: the Anti World Population Rally at PICC & picket rally in-front of abortion clinic in Malate, Manila

1992 – Prominent Pro-Life Advocacy & Lobby Coalition: Sen. Joey Lina, Sen. Kit Tatad, Sen. Tito Sotto, Vice Mayor Jose L. Atienza, Jr., El Shaddai Leader Mike Velarde, Charismatic Leader Willy Nakar and Sonny Delos Reyes pledged their support for the Coalition

1993 – Pro-Life Philippines established the Rachel’s Support Group for women who are suffering the effects of abortion, ligation & contraception.

Jan. 1994 – Radio Counseling Program was aired entitled “Little People, Little Friends” in DWSS K-love radio

1995 – Historical visit of Pope John Paul II: Pro- life Philippines prepared for Pro-Life Week Celebration “Bawat Sanggol, Ipagtanggol” in consonance with the Launching of His Holiness teaching about the inherent value of every human life born & unborn

Feb. 14, 2002 – Searched for Pro-Life Baby was launched

One of the significant achievements of Pro-Life Philippines Movement was former Pres. Gloria Arroyo’s Proclamation 586 declaring 25th of March as the Day of the Unborn

Feb. 21, 2004 – First Festival of Twins was held in Luneta in cooperation of the Manila City Government, Philippine Tourism, PCSO, DSWD and Association of Twins headed by Mrs. Natalie Palanca

Nov. 2006 – recipient of the Jaime Cardinal Sin Serviam Award

2005 – awarded Best Website

2004 – awarded Best Radio Program Series  “ Buhay Pagmamahal “

2007 – awarded Best Print Ad Award

2008 – Pro-Life Philippines held a Plant A Tree for life held at Benigno Aquino Parks & Wildlife

Aug. 22 – 26, 2008 – Pro-Life Philippines responded to the call of truth as it participated in the Truth Festival organized by the Association of Major Religious Superiors of the Philippines held at  Roxas Boulevard, Manila.

Sept. 2008 – 25th Anniversary of Pro-Life Philippines conducted a fundraising activity through a Repertory’s stage production “Mulan, Jr.”, & launching of Commemorative Magazine, “The Best of LIFE,” which puts together the people, the places and the significant events that figured in all 25 years of Pro-Life’s history.

2010 – Three new Radio Programs: Digma ng Buhay, Host Mr. Ansel Beluso, Ang Turo ng Inang Simbahan and Gising Kapatid hosted by Mr. Eric Manalang & Rizalito David

Organized six communities: Friends of Smokey Mountain, Tondo; KALAP, Dasmariñas, Cavite; SALAKAB, Paco, San Andres, Vito Cruz, Kaingin- Balara

2010 – Pro-Life Philippines released Official Statement and Position Papers concerning life and family issues as part of its advocacies.

  1. Position paper on the integration of sex education in primary and secondary schools
  2. Official Statement on the issue of Legalizing Abortion “Legal abortion saves no one”
  3. Position paper Against the Proposed Reproductive Health Bill No. 96 and Senate Bill 2378
  4. Filing of Citizens Protection Against the Proposed Act

Pro-Life Philippines together with Alyansang Bayanihan ng mga Magsasaka, Manggagawang-Bukid at Mangingisda (ABA Party-List), Ang Kapatiran Party filed the Citizen’s Protection Act last September 21, 2010 at Congress

  1. Position Paper against the proposed bill on Stem Cell Research.

2011 – Pro-life Coalition and Movement organize an anti-RH Rally in Luneta where an estimated 200,000 attended

2011 – Pro-life Philippines and the Pro-Life Coalition won in a TV5 debate against pro-RH group. 100% against RH V.S. 0% in favor among studio audience and 58.7% against V.S. 41.3 % via text

Dec.. 2011 – Burial of 4 months old fetus surrendered by De La Salle Greenhills Lab. at Haven of Angels, North Cemetery

May 10, 2011 – Jericho March Prayer Rally at Batasan

2012 – Foreign Speakers Michael Voris, Luana Stoltenberg &  Kaye Painter  was invited by Pro-life Philippines to give talks in different schools, parishes & communities

Sept 15, 2012 – One-page article, No Need for an RH Bill, Now or Ever, was published by the Inquirer signed by 19 authors/organizations of the Pro-Life Coalition

2012 – Supreme Court declared that contraceptives that are abortifacient are unconstitutional

2012 – Launched “Tie a Red Ribbon” Opposing Anti- Life Laws

2013 – Anti-RH Rally in-front of Supreme Court

2013 – Pro-life group held a prayer rally Against the Conference of Death held in PICC

2014 – Won the Catholic Mass Media “Hangad “ Best TV Ad

March 29, 2014 – Pro-life Philippines signed a Memorandum of agreement with. B. Braun Philippines for the project  “Project Hayag Kalinga”

2014 – Held an exhibit or relic of St. John Paul II

2014 – Pro-life Philippines organized a Prayer Rally Against Conference of Death in-front of PICC

2015 – Pro-Life Philippines submitted a Manifesto Calling on Government to Implement RH in Accordance with Law as Ruled upon by the Supreme Court

2015 – Pro-life Philippines submitted Position Paper on SOGIE Bill

2015 – Held an Exhibit for a Cause called: Papa Kiko

2017 – Pro-life Philippines released Official Statement & Position Papers on concerning issues and its advocacies

  • Statement of Solidarity of the Pro-life Caucus with the Catholic Church and other Sectors Against the Continuing Extra- Judicial Killing and Death of the Innocent Victims
  • Position Paper on Death Penalty submitted to Hon. Sen. Richard Gordon
  • Position Paper on Anti- Discrimination Bill SOGIE submitted to Hon. Sen. Risa Hontiveros

2017 – Petition of Pro-life Coalition (12 family and life organizations) led by Pro-life Philippines had 3,684 supporters at change.org against the DOH FDA approval of abortifacients

2019 – Petition of Pro-life Coalition led by Pro-life Philippines had 3,580 supporters against the DOH FDA unscientific and secret approval process

2019 – Memorandum of agreement with ParentUP

2020 – Petition of Pro-life Philippines to the Senate on the Death Penalty

2020 – CMNE Winner of St. John Paul II Award

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