Selected events, October-November 2015
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Pro-life events abound within the next few weeks...beginning today!

My thanks to everyone who has sent me information about events! There's a lot going on that I haven't yet been able to post about on Leaven for the Loaf, so I'm putting it all in this email. Good things are happening, and I hope you can participate in some of them.

Short notice: two things are happening TODAY, Tuesday, October 27. 

From New Hampshire Right to Life: tonight at Penuche's in Nashua, the Planned Parenthood Action Fund is having a fundraiser. NHRTL will have a peaceful vigil outside the venue, beginning at 6:30. Contact NHRTL for more information. 

At the Massachusetts State House in Boston this afternoon at 1 p.m., there will be a hearing on an assisted suicide bill. See today's Leaven for the Loaf blog post for more information. 

Don't forget that 40 Days for Life continues in Manchester through next Sunday, November 1, and more participants are always welcome. More about that below.

For Life,

Ellen Kolb

40 Days for Life
Read the latest newsletter from the Manchester campaign, which includes info about the November 2 closing rally. 
Vigil at Greenland abortion facility
(photo by Jen Robidoux) The Works of Mercy group of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary parish in Rochester is having a prayer vigil outside the Lovering Center in Greenland on Sundays, November 1 and 8 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Email for more information.
Pregnancy Loss and Unresolved Grief course
November 7, Bedford NH: NH Right to Life is sponsoring this unique continuing education course for health care workers, counselors, and all who work in pregnancy health centers. Register and learn more at

Buses to March for Life in DC:
deadline for reservations is October 31! 

See this link for information from the Diocese of Manchester about buses from New Hampshire to the national March on January 22, 2016.

November 7: St. Patrick parish in Newport, NH is having a "YB Catholic" conference - including a session on how to address hot-button issues. The event flyer has more information. 
November 10 is the national premiere of "3801 Lancaster: American Tragedy," a documentary about abortionist Kermit Gosnell and how he managed to conceal for so long the conditions in his clinic that led to the death of Karnamaya Mongar. Gosnell was convicted in connection with her death and the deaths of infants who survived attempted abortion and were then killed.

At this time, no screenings are scheduled in New England. Groups or individuals can sponsor showings, and there is still time to contact the film's production team if you would like to bring the film to New Hampshire. Look for more information, including a trailer for the film, at
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