iHope London March 2019

This month of March we pray giving thanks for a number of nations who stood in the way of the proponents of the culture of death in the UN.

“The Member States once again find themselves before a dysfunctional commission,” grumbled the delegate from Mexico, one of the more aggressive countries in promoting abortion-related terms and homosexual/trans rights in UN negotiations. He accused socially conservative delegations, mostly from Africa and the Middle East, of making the commission “irrelevant” and holding back the commission to “dogmas and dichotomies of the past.” Throughout negotiations the African group requested that the facilitators of the negotiations only to include previously agreed-upon language in document. This excludes any language related to abortion or homosexual/trans rights.

Speaking for the African Group, a representative from Djibouti highlighted the positive aspects of the resolution adopted by the commission. “There is a fine line between social policy and protection versus family policy. Family plays a fundamental role in social inclusion and so the policies for families will help reduce social inequalities and will help to combat poverty especially in Africa,” he said. European delegations did not push for “sexual and reproductive health” or even “family diversity”, what observers say reflects a lack of consensus within the European Union. The lack of a common European position is likely due to Poland and Hungary, both of which have a more traditional view of family than other European powers like Germany, the UK, and France. Both Poland and Hungary intervened in the general debate this week in order to highlight family policies in their countries.

Just this week, Hungarian Prime Minister announced a new seven-point plan to help the formation of marriage and the growth of families. The plan includes eliminating taxation for women with four or more children. The Hungarian delegation explicitly mentioned their efforts to increase fertility in a country that has had among the lowest rates in Europe but that has grown from 1.25 in 2011 to 1.5 today.

A victory at this Commission is good news for pro-lifers but does not remotely mean the fight is over. The promotion of abortion through “sexual and reproductive health” remains a priority for rich countries and the UN bureaucracy and the debate will resume in March when the Commission on the Status of Women convenes for two weeks.

So ready yourself with Rosaries, sustained by the Blessed Sacrament and strengthened by the Holy Spirit as we physically and spiritually process in prayer and peace lead by Our Lady to the head of the global abortion industry based in the diocese of Southwark, London, England on Tuesday the 12th March. Join us at St George's Cathedral (Southwark Cathedral) for 12:30 mass with the desire to fulfil Our Lady's request and your love for the unborn.

Please encourage your family and friends, religious orders and prayer groups to join us in this prayer event regularly. If you cannot attend then support us by praying the Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Fasting, giving alms or doing a kindness to someone in need and all for our intention to rescue the workers of IPPF from the slavery of abortion and also for all victims of abortion.

iHope to see you there.

In Christ
Joseph Clovis
"a child is for life not just conception"

The 9 hour novena is to

Our Lady Of The Holy Rosary

Our dearest Mother Mary, behold us, your children, in prayer at your feet. Accept this Holy Rosary, which we offer you in accordance with your requests at Fatima, as a proof of our tender love for you, for the intentions of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in atonement for the offenses committed against your Immaculate Heart, and for this special favour which we earnestly request in our Rosary Novena:

iHope's request this month of February is for the workers at the headquarters of IPPF to be enlighten to the truth and escape the culture of death, we pray for Bangladesh to hold fast against the abortion pusher. Also we pray for the faithful who stand by Our Lady as she prepares to crushes the head of the serpent.

We beg you to present our petition to your Divine Son. If you will pray for us we cannot be refused. We know, dearest Mother, that you want us to seek God's holy Will concerning our request. If what we ask for should not be granted, pray that we may receive that which will be of greater benefit to our soul.

We offer you this spiritual Bouquet of Roses because we love you. We put all our confidence in you, since your prayers before God are most powerful. For the greater glory of God and for the sake of Jesus, your loving Son, hear and grant our prayer. Sweet Heart of Mary pray for us.