Steve Mosher will be in Rochester Oct. 23 and 24, delivering two presentations.
He is the president of the Population Research Institute. As the first American social scientist invited by the Chinese government to visit mainland China, he saw first-hand the effects of the Chinese one-child policy. Seeing women having traumatic forced abortions changed his personal and professional life. He will be giving two presentations in Rochester.
Monday, October 23, 7 PM Steven will talk about the personal changes the Chinese trip made in his life. “Witnessing forced abortion in China led me to God.” Mother Teresa Missionary Center of Holy Apostles Church.
Church and rectory are on the west side of 7 Austin St. where it meets 530 Lyell Ave. School and Mother Teresa Missionary Center are on the east side. Park in either the church or school parking lot. If there is an overflow crowd, the presentation will be moved to the church. Questions: call retired Judge Bill Polito at (area code 585) 872 dash 5337 or e-mail [email protected]
Tuesday, October 24, 7 PM Steven will talk about the data associated with overpopulation hysteria and how the data suggests that our concern should be in the opposite direction. “Are we facing overpopulation or a demographic winter?” Annual Meeting of Rochester Area Right to Life, in the Parish Center at St. John the Evangelist Church at 2400 Ridge Road West in Greece. Anyone who wishes is invited to come early for a potluck supper and exhibits at 6 PM. Questions: call (585) 621-4690 or e-mail [email protected]
Both presentations are free and open to the public.