Well done Mr. Murphy!
You are good enough for Challenge Anneka. You have earned your medal, and we ask our supporters to give joyfully to Good Counsel Network!
Mr. Murphy ran 40km in 6 hours. Please donate generously.
Due to very successful Internet advertising campaign, The Women’s Counselling Network has been receiving many more requests for help from abortion seeking young mothers. This has meant we are hugely stretched in our centres around the country but especially in Dublin.
We need volunteers to train for various jobs in our Dublin centre URGENTLY!
We also need volunteers in Kerry as at the moment we have none in that county. Training will be provided by our Limerick counsellor.
The work is d9ne in dependence on Mary, our mother.
Contact us to find out how you could help, no strings attached. Text 087 6505 670 or phone 087 758 6350.
Our Lady of Good Counsel has been a great source of help for countless women face crisis pregnancy. With her heavenly help, many women have been spared the trauma of going through with an abortion. Good Counsel Network are delighted to report numerous interventions where women have considered an abortion. We’d like to thank our prayerful supporters, who have requested Our Lady’s intercession. We are equally thankful for the financial support given to our ministry over the years. May God Bless you for your willingness to give help. Please encourage others to support via prayers, finance, or simply liking our Facebook page, or our other social media accounts. Thanks Again, from Good Counsel Network Ireland.
Flora Women’s Mini Marathon is the largest women event in the world and the largest charity event in Ireland. On 2nd of June 2014, Monday Bank Holiday, Agatha, Elaine and Alicja took part in fundraising initiative for Good Counsel Network.
We would like to thank all our Supporters for the continued donations which enables us to promote healthy life choices for women facing crisis pregnancy. We have numerous calls from women as a result of our recent Internet advertisisng initiatives. This development is prooving crucial to the effectiveness of our mission.
Please consider, if you haven’t done so already, donating to Good Counsel Network. Your support can and does help save lives of babies and protects women’s health.
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Occassionally the Good Counsel Network team will be keen to plug something very positive on their blog posting page. This week we found an interesting article written by Life Site News. The article was a response to claims by Naral, an American Pro Choice group that Google are banning pro life crisis pregnancy adverts. According to a source on Life Site News, this is not the case. What actually happened, seems to be that Naral submitted a advert complaint against a pro life pregnancy centre and this particular advert was pulled. This does not mean that all pro life crisis pregnancy ads are now banned.
Life Site News reporting
Life Site news reported that pro life pregnancy centres in America have not been inconvenienced at all since the allegation about the Google pro life advert bans were announced. This is great news for Good Counsel Network Ireland who plan to run their own pro life crisis pregnancy adverts in the near future. This will help women in crisis pregnancy situations who do not want to go down the abortion route. This is great news for Ireland, and the world. Praise God for the Life Site news reporting.
Why google adwords are so effective
Search engines have revolutionised the way people interact with the world, and having an online presence definitely helps save babies. Google adwords afords Catholic pro life ministries to reach out to women in a most effective way. Any Catholic organization can get involved with online marketing. In the words of St. Pope John Paul II, “Be not afraid”. If you are not sure how to get your online marketing campaign up & running, simply call Google adwords on their contact number. Their adwords advisors are friendly and will explain everything to you & for free. The gratis offer may come to an end one day, so strike while the iron is hot.
Lucinda Creighton is a woman who is able to stand up to political bullies when it comes to governmental agendas. Lucinda has proved herself worthy of leadership status. Good Counsel Network volunteers will happily give her their future votes. What we like about Lucinda Creighton as a politician is her honesty. Its hard to believe, but Ms. Creighton confessed her involvement in a pro-choice lobby back in her days as a college student. This lobby group targeted a pro life student with Nazi slurs in poster portrayals displaying Hitler qualities. Averil Power was the student target and she is now a Fianna Fail senator.
Two politicians… One is a leader, the other is a natural leader. Lucinda Creighton can have our vote!
A change of heart for Lucinda Creighton
The former Fine Gael td has expressed her reasons for being involved with a pro-choice lobby back in her college days. Lucinda Creighton believes that university students in general suffer from a herd mentality. Their youthful ideologies make them prone to joining polemical lobby groups. Their young minds are not yet mature enough to know better. Their unbridled emotive enthusiasm can often get the better of impressionable students. Fortunately for Lucinda Creighton, a maturer side has developed to the point of gaining real leadership qualities.
What lessons can Fine Gael TDs learn from Lucinda Creighton
Well Pascal Donohoe could reflect on his outward actions as a politician. Good Counsel Network believes that as well as reading aloud the Sunday gospel at mass on Berkeley road, Pascal might also reflect on the scriptural message. Maybe Pascal could next of all develop a bit of backbone, like Lucinda Creighton’s. Leo Varadkar could also learn from Lucinda Creighton in terms of doing the right thing. Hiding from pro life constituents and currying favour with pro choice doctors is hardly representing Dublin 15. Lucinda Creighton has made at least two Fine Gael tds look like mice. Good Counsel Network Ireland wishes Ms Creighton well in the next general election.
Do you think Leo Varadkar is of leadership quality?
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It is clearly obscene, but altogether predictable. The Fine Gael majority government are finding out the high cost of abortion “health care”. Private hospital consultants are to get up to €120 euros per hour for their involvement on the abortion suicidality review panel. Is this blood money? Sounds close to the truth if you ask a Good Counsel Network volunteer. To add to this hourly fee, there are travel cost reimbursements and more. Private consultants can work on the abortion review panel for under 3.5 hours per day, making for a potentially high end of week pay cheque. With this kind of blood money, we can expect a large influx of qualified medics into Ireland.
Would you volunteer to be on an abortion review panel if the blood money was high enough?
Who will foot this blood money bill?
Good Counsel believes it is highly doubtful that a distressed crisis pregnant teenager will be able to fork out €120 to a consultant. Not alone that, but there will be a panel of medics assessing for suicidality. We can expect up to 3 times the fee in exceptional circumstances. A crisis pregnant teenager will unlikely be in a position to fork out €360 towards combined consultant fees. Her mother might barely even earn this money in a week. So before an abortion even happens, will the Fine Gael majority government hand out blood money? All in the name of health care…
Can Ireland afford this blood money proposal?
It would seem very unlikely that Ireland would be in a financial position to dole out blood money to maintain abortion healthcare. The nation is now vulnerable to abortion tourism, as there are no gestation limits on the Irish pregnancy termination bill. Good Counsel Network volunteers know the cost to a woman’s well being from abortion is already too high. The cost to the state will be astronomical, all of which is unnecessary and a massive burden. Will this era be remembered as the legacy of Fine Gael’s blood money?
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