The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.
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A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,000 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 33 trips to carry that many people.
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Friends of Good Counsel meet the new babies and their moms.
Friends and supporters of the Good Counsel Cardinal Cooke Home in Spring Valley came together for an end-of-summer barbecue on Saturday, Sept. 17. It was a chance to visit with old friends, make new ones, and to meet the moms, babies, and moms-to-be who were currently living at the home. Continue reading
Hi, RocklandRTL.org is back up and running!
We have to apologize. If you’ve visited our website for the past few months, we’re afraid you didn’t find anything new there.
Now, we’ve redesigned the site using a blog model that will be much easier to keep up to date. And that’s what we intend to do — provide a venue where we can share thoughts, news, and support each others’ efforts to defend the right to life for the unborn, aged, handicapped wherever it may be threatened.
You can help us! Please read this. And send the link to our website to whomever you can think of: http://www.RocklandRTL.org
Thank you very much!
The Staff of the Rockland Right to Life Committee Website
Father Bill Cosgrove, Liz O'Brien, Chair of Rockland RTL, Colleen Galvin, Colleen Brosnan
On May 7, Colleen Galvin, a senior at Albertus Magnus High School, delivered her pro-life address at the College of St. Rose in Albany in the New York State Right to Life Oratory Contest.
To advance to that level, Colleen first had to qualify as the representative of Rockland County Right to Life in the first county-level speaking contest sponsored by the organization as part of the national competition. Colleen presented her qualifying speech at St. Augustine’s Church in New City on April 12. Continue reading
Here’s a video by Bro. Ulyses Moyao from the Tagaste Monastery in Suffern. It’s a 360 degree view of the enormous crowd at the Rally.