THE DIVINE COMMISSION

In Sept 2002, late one evening, I was up alone watching TV. There was an EWTN Show with Fr. Frank Provone, the pro life priest. He showed how human fetus' body parts were being sold. He told of how much each body part was sold for. There were people actually making money off of this atrocity. I kept thinking of the Nazi's German's inhumanity towards mankind. I was horrified and sickened by this report. I got up early the next day to catch a plane to California to visit my Mom.

My mother was ill and I did not knowing it would be my last visit.

The next night in California, my Mom and I stayed up late laughing and talking together. We watched the old family movies of when my Dad was in the service and we all lived in Hawaii. I was a baby then. Our time together was so special. We enjoyed watching the old films together. I then told my Mom what I had seen the night before on tv with the information of the selling of body parts. Suddenly she got very serious. She too was horrified by the news.

Without thinking I said, "Mom I am going to bury those babies." I will never forget her face. 

With a pensive look, she pointed her finger at me, and sternly said, "Lise you have to do this!" I will never forget that look. It stopped me in my tracks. It was not like her. My Mom was a cheerful person, with a pleasant disposition and she never told me what to do, especially would never point her finger at me. I was always a free spirited person and often did just whatever I wanted to. My older sister was the one who would tell me what to do, she would blurt out orders to me, but I didn't always listen. So I was shocked and surprised at my Mom's reaction, it was so out of character for her. Could possibly with that look, and her finger, and those words, be My Divine Commission?

A divine commission from God delivered by my Mom? I believed so. 

I will never forget the day I left to go back home. I asked her Mom." Do you want me to stay longer?" She said, " No, you need to go back home to your family who needs you." So I sat on the bed next to her and we hugged with a long loving embrace. We cried together but said nothing as we held each other. Well, it was a week later that my mom had died, and I hadcome back and was at her side at her death. But I can still feel that embrace. I like to think somehow it lasts into eternity somewhere, heaven perhaps? I know this loving embrace still lasts inside of me. But nothing like the death of your mother can cause such an inner stir in your soul, a trial by fire. Funny, I had such a renewed steadfast spirit which seem to launch me into a series of incredible events. To be my destiny, it seemed to me.

Her death created a passion and fervor which gave birth to CBIB.

In 2016 CBIB spearheaded The Compassionate Burials Act made it into Law in Louisiana, where a woman has the right to bury her (fetus) baby. 


In Jan. 2017, the day after the 44th anniversary of Roe vs Wade, CBIB buried an aborted baby that we named Michael. We had a funeral mass at St.Anthony of Padua and gave a press release saying, "Funeral for aborted baby day after Roe vs Wade. He was unwanted and unnamed, but we made him our own and called him Michael."

No media came to the services, but we feel it is important for the community to be aware.


Here are the names of all the babies and stories from just this year: 


January 2017- 1 baby


Michael
St. Patrick’s Cemetery No. 1


 
February 2017- 1 baby


Kali
St. Patrick’s Cemetery No. 1


March 2017-4 babies


Maysson

St. Patrick’s Cemetery No. 1


Micah
St. Patrick’s Cemetery No. 1

Emon
Sent Check to Little John’s Funeral Home

Mary


April 2017-3 babies


Jer’el
St. Patrick’s Cemetery # 1

Michael
St. Patrick’s Cemetery # 1

Michael
Sent Check to Williams Funeral Home


May 2017-1 baby


Karter
Sent Check For Slidell Funeral



June 2017-2 babies


Jerome
St. Patrick’s Cemetery # 1

Abigail
St. Patrick’s Cemetery # 1



July 2017-1 baby

Charley
St. Patrick’s Cemetery # 1



September 2017-2 babies


Justin
St. Patrick’s Cemetery # 1

Jeremy
St. Patrick’s Cemetery # 1



 
October 2017-1 baby


Francesca
St. Patrick’s Cemetery # 1



November 2017-1 baby



Abraham
St. Patrick’s Cemetery # 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



2017 NEWS:

FACEBOOK NEWS

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CBIB was invited to the

Capital for Pro-Life Day!

We had a table set up to share our work, and give information!


This was said at the funeral we had March 28, 2018 for 2 babies,

one was 7 months in gestation and the other was an aborted baby.

The family for the 7th month baby girl ( Kirastin) was there at the funeral

but no one was there for the other baby that we named Betty Jane.

FOR EVERY SEASON, THERE IS A REASON
First of all, we are sorry for your loss. It is terrible to loose someone you love,

and you loved this little one the moment you found out that you were pregnant.

I too have had this kind of loss and it hurts and our hearts go out to you

and your family. Even though you have this loss, your love never dies.

For every season there is a reason. Everyone has a purpose in life. Even though their lives were short, God has a purpose and a plan, a meaning for all. There is no one who is insignificant, no one who is too small, no one who is unimportant. We believe that all human life begins at conception. CBIB - Compassionate Burials for Indigent Babies believes all human life is precious and sacred and deserves respect. God created each one of us in his image, the image of the living God, just think of it, he created each one of us in his image, praise his name! He has created us each with a living soul, that lives on for all eternity, where death can not touch them, nor tears, pain, suffering, or sorrow. For Jesus has wisked them away up unto his loving arms. For he is the good shepherd who cares for his little lambs. God is love, that is his name, love. God is all knowing, powerful and great. For the lowly he is kind and compassionate. He has made these little ones for a reason. Today we honor and acknowledge their existence. He has seen your pain and suffering, he feels your pain. He cries when you cry, he sees your tears. He is close to your broken heart. Know he cares for you. God is with you. He will help you. Take courage, don't be afraid. God is your strength, Jesus is your friend. He will never leave you, never forsake you, and he will never forget you. Call out to him, he will help you! If God is for you, who or what can be against you. Nothing is impossible with God. So just like the seasons that change, know that this wintertime sorrow will not last. There will be a new day. Don't give up. Hope in him. God is faithful to bring a new springtime in your life. Wait on him, trust him and he will deliver you.

Whatever you do for the least of these little ones, you have done it for me!


Respectfully Yours,
Lise Naccari
Founder of CBIB Inc.
Compassionate Burials for Indigent Babies


 

EVERYONE IS A SOMEONE
"Precious"


We got a call to bury a baby today. The mother (unnamed), of the baby did not know she was pregnant and went to the hospital. The mother was 39 weeks pregnant and delivered a 7 pound baby girl who was stillborn. The mother said, "I don't want it. I don't even want to know what it is." 
She did not want to hold it and refused to see the baby. She said she did not want to name it. She didn't want anyone to know that this baby was born. Like it never existed. This baby was treated as though it was worthless, insignificant and unimportant. 

When I was asked, "Would you like to have the baby?" I emphatically said, "Yes! We will make her ours!" Unwanted, unloved, forsaken and abandoned, no more. Now she is ours! No one should ever be insignificant.
The man, (unnamed source) who called us about this baby wanted to name this baby Precious. There was another person that has done so much for CBIB, so therefore, we wanted to honor them by giving the baby their last name, Sinclair. This baby was worthy of a beautiful name, Precious Sinclair. This baby was not worthless but indeed precious. We will honor and remember her as a child of God, who was welcomed in the arms of a loving Heavenly Father. I have called you by name and now you are mine.

Funeral for "Precious Sinclair"
St. Patrick's Cemetery #1
5000 Canal Street
Wed. January 31, 2018
1:00 p.m. 

CBIB - We beleive that all human life is precious and sacred and deserves a respectful burial.

 To donate:  https://www.gofundme.com/CBIBbabies-org

Funeral for Adriel ( means belonging to God, God is my help ) Adriel's parents called around and could not find any funeral home that would help them bury their baby who was 6-8 weeks in gestation. The mother of Adriel found out about CBIB and how we honor the life of the unborn and called us to help her bury her baby. She told us that she called several funeral homes who were very callous to her situation and they were not helpful. They were insensitive to her grieving and minimized the life of her baby as a loss. Often people discount the unborn as not being a human being. So therefore, they think a mother should not grieve. They believe that was not a person and so parents should not be experiencing any loss. I understand that a young pregnant woman has these raging hormones and it comes with a myriad of emotions that swarms her being. In addition to these emotions, losing a child has a separate set of issues and feelings that also need to be dealt with. There is such a disappointment with miscarriage and deserves ones understanding and compassion. As a parent, one has such high hopes and dreams and then when one has a miscarriage, their dreams are all dashed in a moment. It can leave one feeling devastated. Not to mention that you were in love. There was a little one there that you fell in love with, even though you never met them. They were a part of you. You could't wait to see and hold them. And now the dream of that is gone. These parent's loss should not me discounted or minimized. Our funeral home has been wonderful and very compassionate towards this cause, burying the unborn. I hope and pray that other parents don't experience what Adriel's parents experienced and that perhaps that was an unusual situation. But how unfortunate that a parent can not find sympathy when they need it.

CBIB will be having a funeral for two babies. Adriel and Marie Lynn (Marie Lynn's mother of baby is a teenager) Both are miscarriages 6-8 weeks in gestation

Funeral for Marie Lynn and Adriel
Wednesday Feb. 28 at 12:30 - meet families 1:00 Graveside service starts
St. Patrick's #1 Cemetery
5000 Canal St.
NOLA

THE FORGOTTEN SOULS

There are a great many people who have been forgotten. I am talking about the Holy innocence. Children lost in miscarriage or abortion. Who are they? Our sons and daughters. Many were never buried, like mine. I lost a baby to miscarriage and didn't think of burial. I didn't know it could be an option. But because of that event in my life, I formed this group CBIB - Compassionate Burials for Indigent Babies where we have buried aborted, abandoned, murdered, thrown away in the trash babies. We have buried babies who were only 2 inches in length to 2 years old. All are human life. All deserve a dignified burial. About five years ago, I found out that babies under 20 weeks gestation are thrown away in Hospitals. They are picked up by medical waste and disposed of like trash. They are also called "Products of conception." This is a term for human life, I loath. They are human beings not products. Products are things and not people. Many people were never given the acknowledgment that they deserve for their short life. Where are they? In God's keeping, but they are not without purpose. Somewhere, somehow, God will show us what they were for and what we are for. Our loving Father's ways are not our ways, but we trust in him. Oh Lord, we surrender and give ourselves to you, for you know the way and you can show us. Help us to value all human life in all it's forms. Help us to honor them. Help us to be thankful for the fleeting moments you have allowed us to live. Help us to be kind and thoughtful to the lowly and not disregard the smallest of people and think of them as insignificant. Maybe these are forgotten souls that I speak of, but believe me, no mother ever can forget.

CBIB beleives that all human life is precious and deserves a dignified burial. 

With help, CBIB went to the capital and got a law passed in Louisiana (2016 Compassionate Burials Bill 382 HB2341this law is also in Kansas ) stated that a woman has the right to bury her baby (even if that human life is at the stage of a fetus). Hopefully we can get this law into every state.

SET THE CAPTIVES FREE

This week a woman called me, whom I didn't know. She proceeded to tell me of her abortion. My heart sank. She explained her pain and suffering of her loss that she experienced which was destroying her life. Then she told me of how she came to God and she told God how she regretted her decision for an abortion and could feel his forgiveness and so was able to receive healing for the sin of abortion. She went to Rachael's Vineyard for help. When one looses a child in miscarriage or abortion this is a huge event in ones life. As a mother can feel she could feel an empty womb which was once full with her baby's life. Now there is an empty space, a hole in her heart, grieved and can no be consoled. A sadness that can lead to death for those without faith. Despair and depression eats away at any joys of life. Mental illness is often followed as a symptom. There is a torment that brews through the years, if not dealt with honestly. But with God, He can create all things new. I don't dare minimize the sin of murder here when talking about abortion, but where there is repentance, God's love, grace and mercy is greater than any sin we have committed. I, for one, will open wide the door to anyone who seeks God's love, mercy, and forgiveness. He has come to set the captives free. This is important in this day and age where so many women have walked this road that leads to death. The death of a baby and a death of a woman's soul. But we have good news for all the women who have traveled the dark halls of hell. Our Good News should be shouted from the highest mountains tops that nothing we do will ever separate us from the love of God! For he is greater than any sin we commit. He welcomes us into the inner chambers of his heart and that is where we can find our healing. Nothing is impossible for God. He waits for us to decide to run into his open arms. But it is our choice. We have a free will. Our Lord is a gentleman. He does not force us. He is not the man with a hammer ready to pound us. He patiently waits for us. He is the good shepherd, who finds the lost sheep and carries them home close to his heart. So if I am speaking to you, go find Jesus, he is the friend of sinners. He alone can help you in your pain and suffering. John 10:10 Jesus said, " The thief comes to steal and destroy, but I have come to give LIFE and give it abundantly! " Jesus, friend of sinners, I know you can see me. I am sorry for what I have done. Please Lord, help me. Please Gentle Shepherd, heal me.

God loves you and so do weEmoji 
Lise
504-202-3111
to donate:  https://www.gofundme.com/CBIBbabies-org