Dear Pro-Life Friends and Media,
Please read the forwarded message below and watch this disturbing video of a 75-year-old Christian/Catholic elderly lady being arrested for sprinkling Holy Water on a public sidewalk outside the local abortion business in Huntsville, Alabama.
I have personally known Mrs. Joyce Fecteau since 2008 and have interviewed her on several occasions. She is a kind, compassionate lady who raised seven children of her own, and she has also spent most of her adult life reaching out to pregnant women in need in helping them to get the resources that they needed to choose Life! She has helped to save hundreds of preborn babies and women from the pain of abortion, and many of the women that she has helped have returned to the sidewalk of the abortion business months and even years later to personally thank her for her efforts there.
I am disheartened that anyone would interfere with Mrs. Fecteau’s beautiful ministry and wonderful efforts in helping women. Women deserve the resources and emotional support for the choice of Life! Neither abortion nor the “slavery of welfare” are Equal Opportunity for women in America. We must continue to reach out and help pregnant women in need to decrease the number of abortions nationwide and to build stronger women in America!
For Life and Liberty,
Founder and President
Huntsville Right to Life
Shame on those who would arrest a Christian woman for sprinkling Holy Water
on the public sidewalk in front of an abortion clinic in Huntsville,
Alabama…..All Christians nationwide need to stand together in support of
this lady and her husband in opposition to this travesty. Our goal is 1,000
people from all over the country to stand with her at her trial at the
Huntsville Police building on February, 21st. A permit for use of the
parking lot is being requested. More You Tube videos will be released on
this issue in the next few days to include a 45 minute documentary at the
Justice demands we stand with this brave husband and wife for standing for
life in an uncompromising and loving way. For more information about this
event please contact Reverend James Henderson, at 256 3378 0826, or email