Monthly Archives: September 2012

40 Days for Life – Melbourne, Victoria


Touch hearts. Save lives. Pray to end abortion.

You can help save lives

From September 26th to November 4th, 2012, our community will be one of many cities around the world joining together for a faith-filled, groundbreaking, coordinated pro-life movement.

40 Days for Life is a focused pro-life effort that consists of:

  • 40 days of prayer and fasting
  • 40 days of peaceful vigil
  • 40 days of community outreach

We are praying that with Gods help, this groundbreaking effort will mark the beginning of the end of abortion in our city and throughout Australia.

Since the first 40 Days for Life campaign was held in 2004, internationally:

  • Over 5000 children have been spared from abortion and these are just the ones we know about!
  • Over 60 abortion workers have quit their jobs;
  • 19 abortion facilities have completely shut down; and
  • Numerous women and men too are finding healing & forgiveness after having experienced an abortion.

There is much you can do, and this is where we need your help and involvement in the 40 Days for Life, Melbourne campaign. Can you spare an hour, or two, or more, to pray for the life of a baby? The life you save through prayer will be made known to you in heaven. While all aspects of 40 Days for Life are crucial in our effort to end abortion, the most visible component is the peaceful prayer vigil outside the abortion facility.

You can help make a life-saving impact by joining our local vigil at:

For more information go to 40 Days for Life – Melbourne, Victoria.

March For The Babies 2012


Date: Saturday 13th October 2012

Time: 1:00pm

Location: Treasury Gardens (starting at the south-west corner — Spring Street and Wellington Parade), Melbourne

Show your Support: Wear Pink and Blue

On October 10, 2008, the Victorian Parliament passed the Abortion Law Reform Act, one of the most extreme abortion laws in the world. This law eliminated all legal protection for Victorian children until the moment of birth.

In remembrance of this shameful day, we gather to march for the babies who never see the light of day in Victoria. The babies of every one in three pregnancies. The more than 20,000 babies killed in Victoria every year.

Together we express our profound disapproval with our Government’s failure to:

  • Protect the fundamental right to life of every person in our state.
  • Offer real help to women in crisis pregnancies, and others who have suffered through abortion.
  • Allow freedom of conscience for our health care professionals.

Our goal is to overturn this terrible law and provide full legal protection to our most vulnerable Victorians.

Please join us, as we march in this peaceful witness to life, from Treasury Gardens to Parliament House, and hear inspirational speakers and music with a message of courage and hope.

There’s a long road ahead, but we shall overcome!

For more information, visit http://marchforthebabies.org.au/

Leah Darrow’s National ACU Tour – MELBOURNE UPDATE


Leah will be talking at St Gerard’s North Dandenong at 3.30pm Saturday 8th of September.

Address: 71 Gladstone Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175 http://www.stgerards.org.au/

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America’s Next Top Model contestant Leah Darrow, shares her amazing journey of rediscovering her Catholic faith, and the immense freedom, hope and profound purpose, she found along the way.

Join us in September as ACU presents her Australian tour “Meant to be More – From Top Model to Role Model” in; Brisbane, Canberra, Strathfield and Melbourne.

MELBOURNE – ACU Melbourne Campus, Central Hall – 20 Brunswick St, Fitzroy, Sunday September 9th 2012, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, For more information please contact Therese Nichols

More Information on Leah Darrow can be found here: https://catholichomeschoolaustralia.com/2011/11/16/leah-darrow-fashion-and-modesty/

For more information on Leah Darrow’s National ACU Tour, visit http://students.acu.edu.au/student_life/campus_community/faith_on_campus/upcoming_events/leah_darrows_national_acu_tour/

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