Praying for an end to abortion
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We stand and pray as a physical presence and witness for the lives of the unborn, who cannot speak for themselves. We offer support and educational resources to mothers and fathers who would like an alternative to abortion but do not know where to turn.
Please pray with us as we stand for the dignity and beauty of all human life which is God's gift to all of us.
Every Monday through Saturday March 5th through April 12th from 9am to 1pm at Planned Parenthood at 7th and Shipley St in downtown Wilmington Delaware
40 Days for Life begins its spring campaign on Ash Wednesday, March 5, with a Mass at the Cathedral of St. Peter which I will celebrate. This is followed by a rosary procession to Planned Parenthood at 7th and Shipley Street in downtown Wilmington.
A second 40 Days for Life campaign prays outside the Planned Parenthood in Dover.
Read the entire letter here
For Those In Need
Gift to Mankind.
Marianne Anderson smiles as she is introduced to speak at the Great Lakes Gabriel Project dinner on Feb. 6 at the Southside Knights of Columbus Council #3660 building in Indianapolis.
Anderson worked for two-and-a-half years as a nurse at the Planned Parenthood facility at 86th St. and Georgetown Road in Indianapolis, where the most abortions occur in the state. (Photo by Natalie Hoefer) Cont
Join the 40 Days for Life team on March 10, 2014 between the hours of 9:00am and 1:00pm as we pray the rosary to enlighten the hearts of the Planned Parenthood workers. For the ending of abortion, and the education of the victims
of unplanned pregnancies while we continue our vigil with Father John McFadden.
by Shawn Carney | Columbia, MO | LifeNews.com | 3/6/14 10:31 AM
The Baptist Press has reported that in Lubbock Texas there will be a spring 40 Days for Life campaign. The campaign leader and the team are gearing up for what appears to be a truly challenging campaign. You see, there is no abortion clinic in Lubbock Texas. During the last campaign they prayed so hard and God responded with the closing of the only abortion clinic in town, Planned Parenthood. Congratulations and thank you for the inspiration Kyrsten Haga who has achieved what we all pray to do. Read the entire story from Tom Strode.Cont.
A cold start across much of the United States — weather delays forced me to miss Monday’s kickoff event in Orlando. I finally got to Florida – in time for other campaign events. More on that in a bit.
First, I can’t wait to share with you the news of a tremendous setback for Planned Parenthood!
Kathy had wanted to deliver the huge news at Columbia’s kickoff rally on Sunday – but the ice and snow were just too much, so she had to settle for email.
For volunteers who’ve prayed outside the local abortion center for years, her message was both a big victory and an answered prayer: “Columbia Planned Parenthood cannot do abortions in their facility!”
Kathy had learned that Planned Parenthood no longer had a license for abortions in Columbia and had been removed from the state listing of abortion facilities. Planned Parenthood quietly changed its web site to show that it now offers only abortion referrals.Entire Story