Think the pro-life movement is dead? Wondering if pro-life people still care about the babies Planned Parenthood and other clinics kill in abortions?
In St. Paul, Minnesota, the pro-life movement is alive and well. In fact, on Good Friday, some 2,700 pro-life people attended a prayer vigil at a local Planned Parenthood abortion facility.
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As Brian Gibson of Pro-Life Action Ministries tells LifeNews:
About 2,700 attended Pro-Life Action Ministries’ 28th annual Good Friday Prayer Vigil at the mega-Planned Parenthood in St. Paul, MN. Fifteen area pastors of various denominations led the reading of Scriptures and prayers, one each half hour, throughout the day. The only sigh prevalent at this prayer vigil was a life-size cross.
Following the passion and death of Jesus Christ and remembering the 4,000 babies killed each year at this abortion chamber, attendees kept a solemn presence for seven and a half hours yesterday.
Adding to the atmosphere were Planned Parenthood (PP) supporters whose carnival-like and mocking event coincided with the solemn vigil nearby. Representatives of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Rights attempted to lead the PP supports in “prayer.” Those attending the Good Friday Prayer Vigil were able to further identify with the passion of death of Christ because of their presence.