GOSNELL | The trial of America's biggest serial killer
Gosnell is going to play at Tinseltown in Erie from this
12 through Wednesday, October 17. That's a total of six days!
Just a few weeks ago, there were doubts about Gosnell coming to Erie at all. And we had been advised that if it did, there would probably be a limited number of screenings on just a single day.
To everyone who heeded our requests for calls and e-mails to Tinseltown: THANK YOU!
The managers at the theater were mentioning that there appeared to be a lot of interest in the movie, so we knew that many of our pro-life friends were taking action.
Please spread the word! There are a lot of people who need to see Gosnell. It is going to change the way that many people look at abortion. But first we need to get them to the theater!
Please forward this message and share this information on all of your social media platforms!
The movie will help many people understand why it is so important to have pro-life government officials, even while Roe v. Wade and abortion on demand remain in force in our state and nation.
Congressman Mike Kelly: "ALL lives matter!"
No questions about abortion came up in last night's debate at Mercyhurst University between pro-life Congressman Mike Kelly and his challenger, pro-abortion Erie attorney Ron DiNicola. True to form, however, Congressman Kelly did seize an opportunity to speak up for preborn babies, as he was addressing a question about the use of deadly force by the police.
"All lives matter," said Congressman Kelly, beginning at "conception."
Kelly's challenger is rated "pro-abortion" by the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation PAC and is, on the other hand, endorsed by Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood is responsible for approximately 330,000 abortions annually in the United States.
Life Run 5K, 10K, & Fun Walk
Please join us this Saturday, October 13 at Burch Farms and Burch Farms Country Market for People for Life's 5th Annual Life Run.
The weather is looking good. We are expecting partly-cloudy skies and dry conditions. And the crisp fall air will be perfect for racing or walking.
Enjoy complimentary refreshments, door prizes, and awards for winners in each of the various competitor classes. There will also be lots of convenient parking, free child care, and if you enjoy local Pennsylvania wine, free wine tasting courtesy of Burch Farms.
It's definitely not too late to be a part of Life Run. Register online at
or have your credit or debit card handy and call (814) 882-1333.
Registrations on the morning of the event will also be welcome.
See you this Saturday!
Proceeds benefit the pro-life mission of People for Life, your local voice for life in Erie, northwestern Pennsylvania area.