Monday, March 12, 2012

Stand up for Religious Freedom Rally - Local Event March 23rd



Join the Nationwide Rally for Religious FreedomDefeat the HHS Mandate!

On March 23, thousands of faithful citizens will gather in prayer and public witness in cities and towns all across the United States to oppose the HHS Mandate. Let’s make our voices heard here on Oahu.


Meet at: Intersection of Ala Moana Blvd. & Halekauwila (where one ‘300’ sign is). (map)
Remember: This is a peaceful & prayerful demonstration with speakers & soft hymns.
Permit requires us not obstruct regular business & court.Please respect- not being loud.
Following: program is silent march around Federal Building, then closing remarks.

What is the HHS Mandate?

In January, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a mandate requiring all employer health plans to include free contraceptives, sterilizations and abortion-inducing drugs, regardless of any moral or religious objections. Catholic universities and hospitals will be forced by the federal government to provide services that directly contradict Church teaching. The HHS Mandate is an unprecedented assault on religious freedom and must be opposed!

The Nationwide Rally for Religious Freedom is a joint project of the Pro-Life Action League and Citizens for a Pro-Life Society.

STANDUPFORRELIGIOUSFREEDOM.COM


Friday, March 23, 2012 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Prince Kuhio Federal Building
HONOLULU

For Honolulu Rally information contact:
John Roco (808)721-9845
SaintDamienAdvocates.org
JohnPRoco@SaintDamienAdvocates.org
Parking (bring cash & coins): (THEBUS/Carpools are encouraged)
P1- Makai Garage A on Halekauwila St. CASH ONLY – open from 7am-5pm $1/hr first 2 hours, then $1/half hour; ALL CARS AFTER 5p.m. WILL BE TOWED.
P2- South Street Garage (labeled PUBLIC & JURY) on Pohukaina St.-all same as P1.
P3- $6/day street level parking lot.CASH.
P4- $5/day Ilalo St. parking lot. CASH.
P5- 2 hour meter parking on Keawe St., also Auahi St.- cost is $.25/20 minutes.
STANDUPFORRELIGIOUSFREEDOM.COM

Homemade: religious freedom signs encouraged, also faith standards
(NOTE: it is illegal for candidates to campaign on federal property).

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