If you are anywhere near the DBQ area & would like some information on what you can do to fight Planned Parenthood in your area, this is definitely a don't miss event. As you can see, Rita Diller is not just speaking hypothetically, she is speaking from practical experience.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD: BANISHED
Rita Diller, National Director of STOP Planned Parenthood, will be at the Grand River Center (500 Bell Street, Dubuque) on Wednesday, May 16th, 2012 from 6:30-8 pm.
The ProtestPP Committee and Dubuque County Right to Life, Inc. invite you to come and hear about successful techniques for getting Planned Parenthood (PP) out of our community. Come to learn how to challenge PP – in the media, on the streets, at their meetings, fundraisers, educational events, in community organizations, and before the city council. Come and learn how to educate PP’s supporters and the community at large about the PP agenda. Come and learn how Rita worked with her diocese and local pro-life groups to close down 19 Planned Parenthood facilities in the Amarillo area.
SAVE THE DATE! YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS THIS!
Diller, STOPP National Director
Rita Diller is the National Director of
American Life League's Stop Planned Parenthood project.
As National Director, Rita is
responsible for leading American Life League's effort against Planned
Parenthood in the United States. She is the managing editor of the Wednesday
STOPP Report and is responsible for overseeing research on Planned Parenthood
and supplying detailed information about PP to pro-lifers all across the
Rita serves as a consultant to
many groups and shares with those fighting Planned Parenthood the successful
techniques that have been developed across the country. Rita has more
than 26 years experience across the spectrum of pro-life work, including 12
years as Respect Life Director for the Diocese of Amarillo, working closely
with Bishop John Yanta. While in Amarillo, she trained volunteers and established
weekly prayer vigils at PP centers; challenged PP at every turn -- in the
media, on the streets, at their meetings, fundraisers, educational events, in
community organizations, before the city council; and educated their supporters
and the community at large about the PP agenda. At the end of the 12
year campaign to expose Planned Parenthood in the Amarillo area, 19 PP
facilities had shut down and the remaining two disaffiliated from the Planned
In addition to her work against
Planned Parenthood, while in Amarillo Rita was Editor-in-Chief of the diocesan
newspaper; established all the ancillary pro-life ministries: Rachel's
Vineyard; Gabriel Project; Blessing Blanket Project; end of life outreach and
resources; Youth for Life; the annual Pilgrimage to the Cross in Groom and
Lock-in for Life for teens; pro-life educational outreach; and advocacy for
pro-life initiatives and legislation.
Prior to her work in Amarillo, Rita was active in
the pro-life community in Corpus Christi, Texas. She was on the initial board
of directors of the first Gabriel Project to be established in the United
States; was a volunteer counselor and officer of Birthright; was volunteer
director of Hope House, a home for women in crisis pregnancy situations; was a
sidewalk counselor for many years at the abortion mills in Corpus Christi,
where she witnessed many miracles and God's mercy in sparing the lives of many
babies. With the blessing and under the watchful eye of Bishop René Gracida,
she participated in Body of Christ Rescues, and following the cessation of
rescues, participated in weekly prayer vigils at the abortion centers. After
years of prayer and perseverance by Corpus Christi pro-lifers, the 2 major
abortion mills closed and one remaining abortion facility in an OB/GYN office
In her professional work, Rita received a degree
in Court Reporting from Southwest Business College in Plainview, Texas, in
1978. She was certified by the State of Texas to report in all the Courts in
the state and was the official court reporter for the 105th Judicial District
Court in Nueces, Kleberg and Kenedy Counties of Texas. She later worked as a
freelance court reporter, eventually starting her own court reporting firm,
Affiliated Court Reporters.
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