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Thursday, January 8, 2015

8 January 2015 A.D. Letter from Donald Philip Veitch to Rector, Vestry and Parish of St. James Episcopal Church, Wichita, KS Re: the Apostate Celebration of Infanticide and Abortion

8 January 2015 A.D.  Letter from Donald Philip Veitch to Rector, Vestry and Parish of St. James Episcopal Church, Wichita, KS Re: the Apostate Celebration of Infanticide and Abortion

From: Donald Philip Veitch

To: Rector, Vestry and Parish of St. James Episcopal Church:
3750 E Douglas
Wichita, KS 67208
316-683-5686 316-683-5686

Date: 8 Jan 2015


1. If this online report is true (as per below), you have besotted yourselves, notably, the Rector and the Vestry. That is the very polite and genteel version of the narrative. You would not want the USMC version.

2. Give hearty focus to your repentance upon your next use of the offices of Morning Prayer and/or the Order for Holy Communion, especially the Collect for Repentance in Rite 1.

3. Blood lust and murder gets special attention in the Prophets of Israel, e.g. Isaiah. Also, notably, the 6th commandment, although the 10 commandments have been, for all intents and purposes, liturgically removed. To wit, functional Marcionism. Blood cries from the ground. His most Sovereign Majesty hears it.

4. A most heavy burden and duty falls to the Rector and Vestry of the parish. Also, to your Bishop.

5. We pray you will repent, amend your ways, and beseech the Divine Aid from the Father, the Son and Holy Ghost.

6. My duty has been fulfilled. Do your's.

Most gravely,

Donald Philip Veitch

cc: Copy of post put forward in other public forums.

8 January 2015 A.D. Episcopal Infanticidalists Celebrate Infanticide & Abortion: St. James Episcopal Church, Wichita, KS, Planned Death-hood, ENS’s National Silence, & Silence at 815, NYC—“They draw near with their lips but their hearts are far from Me…”…/episcopal-church-hosting-planned…/

An Episcopal Church in Wichita, Kansas is hosting an event sponsored by the Planned Parenthood abortion business to celebrate 42 years of legalized abortion. The United States marks the grim anniversary on January 22, the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion on demand.

Here is a screen shot of the event, where the abortion giant will celebrate at St. James Episcopal Church:

Why would a church support the nation’s largest abortion business?

One pro-life person called the church and a representative said Planned Parenthood doesn’t do abortions.

The abortion giant Planned Parenthood has released its 2013 annual report and the new numbers indicate it did more abortions than the year before — killing 327,653 babies in abortions while taking in millions in taxpayer funds.

While it remains America’s biggest abortion corporation, the “nonprofit” continued to make money — bringing in $305.4 million last year and $305.3 million this year. Planned Parenthood continued to receive over a half-billion dollars in taxpayer money, as it took in $540 million in 2012 and $528 million in 2013.

In 2013, abortions made up 94% of Planned Parenthood’s pregnancy services. For every adoption referral, Planned Parenthood performed 174 abortions. While abortions rose, Planned Parenthood adoption referrals dropped 14% in one year, and prenatal care services dropped 4%.

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Sadly, the Episcopal Church is no stranger to supporting abortion and last year an Episcopal priest in Louisiana was pushing a letter urging Christians to support building a new Planned Parenthood abortion business in New Orleans.

ACTION: Contact St. James Episcopal Church to complain at:
3750 E Douglas
Wichita, KS 67208
316-683-5686 316-683-5686

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