More Abortion Clinics Close Following 40 Days for Life Campaign

National   Steven Ertelt   Apr 15, 2013   |   10:59AM    Washington, DC

More abortion clinics are closing in the wake of the latest 40 Days for Life pro-life prayer campaign.

As reported to LifeNews by campaign director Shawn Carney, hundreds of babies were saved from abortion thanks to pro-life advocates offering abortion alternatives outside local abortion clinics (and more were saved following the report).

Now, Carney tells LifeNews that more abortion clinics are closing — including abortion facilities in Sacramento, California and Sugar Land, Texas. Those closings bring the total of closures to 32 following the pro-life campaign.

From Carney’s message to LifeNews:

You’ll definitely want to attend tonight’s BEACON OF HOPE teleconference and web simulcast (participation details below) to learn about the latest abortion center that just closed its doors and went out of business on FRIDAY … less than three weeks after a 40 Days for Life campaign wrapped up outside its doors!

This makes the 32nd abortion center to shut down following a 40 Days for Life campaign — six this campaign alone! Life-saving victories at the local level continue to gain momentum, and are providing a BEACON OF HOPE in the midst of cultural darkness.

During tonight’s event, you’ll also hear from 40 Days for Life campaign leaders from Sacramento, California and Sugar Land, Texas — two more locations where abortion facilities have SHUT THEIR DOORS and gone out of business …

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… and from the 63-year old grandma who was assaulted while praying at 40 Days for Life outside Planned Parenthood in Wilmington, Delaware — and transformed national media coverage of her attack into a health department investigation into dangerous conditions at the abortion center … which just SUSPENDED ABORTIONS.

You won’t want to miss this one-time-only event!

Tonight’s teleconference and webcast is the GOOD NEWS we need after the steady stream of bad news every day in newspapers, radio, television and the Internet.