Saturday, November 12, 2016

World Renowned Pro-Life Speaker Rebecca Kiessling coming to Dublin and Belfast

Rebecca Kiessling, the National Spokeswoman for Personhood USA and Founder and Director of Save The 1, a pro-life organisation in the United States which campaigns for the protection of every unborn child in law and society, “without exception, without compromise”, will be coming to Belfast this Saturday for a week of speaking engagements.
Rebecca has a moving and powerful testimony to share. Rebecca was adopted nearly at birth. When she turned eighteen, she learned that she had been conceived in rape. She avows that she owes her life to the politicians who ensured that abortion was illegal in Michigan at the time she was conceived.
A visit from this world renowned pro-life speaker could not come at a more urgent time.
In Ireland, North and South there is immense pressure to change our pro-life laws and legalise abortion. In the North, there is a push to legalise abortion in cases of rape and incest and when an unborn child has been diagnosed with a life-limiting disability. In the South, there is an agressive campaign calling for the repeal of the eighth amendment, which protects Ireland's unborn children. 
During Rebecca's visit, she will be speaking at a number of schools and churches throughout Northern Ireland and will be meeting with MLAs at Stormont, but there are two event's we would encourage you to attend. 
Rebecca will be speaking in Dublin at a one day conference. She will be joined by Dana Rosemary Scallon and Kathy Sinnott, both former members of the European Parliament. The conference will be on Saturday 12th November from 9.30am - 2.00pm in the Royal Marine Hotel, Marine Road, Dunlaoghaire, Dublin, A96 K063
In Belfast, Mrs Kiessling will be engaging in a debate with Mr Les Allamby, the Chief Commissioner of the NI Human Rights Commission, on Thursday 17th November from 7.00pm - 8.30pm at Club Rooms 3 and 4, Queen’s University Students’ Union, 75-79 University Rd, Belfast, BT7 1NF.
For further information, contact 028 9027 8484 or email

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