Albany NY Chapter of Magnificat
Saturday, March 9, 2019, 9:00 am-12:00pm (doors open at 8:30am) at Holiday Inn Express, 400 Old Loudon Rd, Latham, NY 12110
Our guest speaker is Alicia Nevins
registration by mail due March 1, 2019 $20 check to Albany NY Chapter of Magnificat, PO Box 340, Clifton park, NY 12065, by Paypal $22 @ https://magnificatnevinsbreakfast.eventzilla.net For more information, call Kathleen @ 518-930-8380, OR http://www.magnificat-ministry.org/ny-albany, OR www.facebook.com/albanymagnificat
WOPG is broadcasting Quick Facts on New York State’s 2019 legislative agenda concerning a bill named “Reproductive Health Act”. Renee prepared these announcements so all of us will be prepared to discuss the truth in the public sphere. Do not be afraid to speak the truth!
Listen to the announcements and read the Talking Points by clicking on the links below:
Peace in the Womb Pro-Life Christmas Caroling
Saturday, December 15, 1 – 2pm
In front of Planned Parenthood, 1040 State St., Schenectady
Please join us for an hour of Christmas caroling to bring hope & joy to this place of misery & despair. Children’s lives have been saved when their mothers heard the carols and reconsidered their “choice” in light of the Christmas story.
Sponsored by Immaculate Conception – Glenville Respect for Life Ministry
More info at: https://prolifeaction.org/action/caroling/
Bulletin Inserts- The Challenge of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship
The New York state plan for abortion expansion, for 59 minute audio file Click here.
The videos of Dr Nathanson and Dr Lavatino can be found in links below:
Click link below to live stream
June 9, 2018, Fr Rendall Torres’ reflection on the Eucharist and Mary
For decades, the public file for each broadcast station has been kept at the station’s main studio in paper form (or more recently in electronic form at some stations) and made available during normal business hours. The public file for each cable system has been kept at an office in the community served by the system, while the DBS and SDARS files have been maintained at the entity’s headquarters office. Relying on the advantages of current technology, however, the Commission has now changed its rules to require almost all of this public file information for broadcast stations, cable systems, DBS providers, and SDARS licensees to be posted online at this site. As a result, members of the public will be able to find information regarding individual stations, cable systems, and DBS and SDARS entities more easily and at any time convenient to them.
Each entity’s public file currently includes both items that have to be filed with the Commission and items that are only available in the local public file retained at the station (or in its community of license), cable system, or DBS or SDARS headquarters office. After the online public file transition is complete, virtually all of these items will be gathered together and made available here. The items required to be in the public file, the rule section requiring each item to be placed in the file, and the retention period for each item, are listed below. A short, plain-language description of each item is also provided, but is included for convenience and should not be relied upon in place of the underlying rules’ description of the item. The text of the public file rule section requiring each item to be placed in the file can be displayed by clicking on it. Exceptions to the online filing requirement for any of the below-listed public file items, if applicable, are noted in the description of the relevant item.