Good Friday Service at Institute for Systems Biology

(March 25, 2005 - Good Friday & traditional Feast of Annunciation)

Gas Works Park, First Word - Father, forgive them

Second Word - Today you will be with me in paradise, Dr. Albert Ralph Miller, Ph.D.

Third Word - Son, behold your mother, Mary & Marie Bach, U of W Newman Center

Fourth Word - My God, why have you abandoned me? (across street from Institute)

Fifth Word - I Thirst, Anne Wilson

Sixth Word - It is finished, Holy Family Kirkland Respect Life

On Gas Works Park hill (Deacon Ed White with cross)

Seventh Word - Father, into your hands I commend my spirit

Descending Gas Works Park hill

On Gas Works Park platform for final prayers, song & blessing


Embryos belong in the womb

Special thanks to David Orvold for pictures!


Homily Mentioning Institute for Systems Biology

Letter to Dr. Leroy Hood

Documentation of Dr. Hood's Statements

From Kären: I found your so-called peaceful prayer service to be offensive and hypocritical.

On the Nature of the Embryo by D. McManaman

Stem Cell Research: Teaching of Bible & Catholic Church

From Bishop Wuerl:

While stem cell research may not be at the top of the list of concerns that many of us face in our day-to-day life, it is nonetheless of such significance that we all need to understand fully its realities as well as its consequences. Decisions made now could establish a principle that asserts and endorses that we are free to use the drastic means of taking another human life, if we deem that the end result justifies that dire action. To concede that the end – even if it is potential relief to long-standing illnesses and injuries – justifies the means is to send our children and grandchildren headlong down a slippery slope on a moral toboggan with neither a steering bar or brakes.

Pictures from Prayer Vigil at West Seattle Planned Parenthood

2005 March for Life, Olympia, WA

He Approached the Victim: "It's much more likely one of your relatives will lose his life by surgical abortion than by heart attack."

Germaine Greer on Birth Control

Human Cloning: A Catholic Perspective (How the Unthinkable Became Inevitable)

"From a religious point of view, if God had thought homosexuality is a sin, he would not have created gay people."

A Pro-Choice Argument

God's Weak Ones

Show Truth to America
(Demonstration at Seattle University, September 27, 2003)
Warning: Contains Graphic Images

Flier announcing Good Friday Service for Life vs. Dr. Leroy Hood's Support of Cloning & Embryonic Stem Cell Research

Pictures of Institute for Systems Biology


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From Archives:

2008 Homily: According to Your Word
2007: He Took Our Suffering to Himself
2006: The Hour of Divine Mercy
2005: The Conversion of Barabbas
2004: Why Did Jesus Have to Die?
2003: The Host
2002: Testimony of Bishop Dolli
2001: Blood From His Side
2000: Vicarious Suffering
1999: Old Testament Fulfilled
1998: He took our place (Example of St. Maximilian Kolbe)

Other Homilies

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