Whose “Legacy” Will We Honor?

I’m sure you’ve all seen the news over the weekend about the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday.  Sadly, radical abortion activists in MA immediately sought to exploit her death by “calling on the state legislature to honor the memory and legacy of Justice Ginsburg” by passing the Infanticide Act.  We will keep you updated on this story as it develops.  But what does it say about the state of our politics that we talk about ‘honoring’ a Supreme Court justice by making it legal for underage girls to abort their unborn children without their parents even knowing?  

In contrast, I want to share with you a short video this afternoon from Amerys.  She immigrated to MA from Venezuela a decade ago, but understands, better than many of our judges and elected officials, the special blessing of our country, and the threats it’s now facing.

Amerys treasures the legacy of faith, family and freedom we’re fighting to preserve here in the Commonwealth.  Will you join her in supporting MFI, which she calls a “retaining wall” that protected her from injustice?  Your gift or pledge today helps us continue to support teachers and students in MA who often don’t know where else to turn. 

I’m excited to celebrate the work of MFI on October 16th and hear about the pursuit of faith, family and freedom that founded our Commonwealth 400 years ago.  Please register your whole family to participate today and consider making a tax deductible gift or pledge to help us continue our work in the year ahead. 

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