Situated opposite a Planned Parenthood abortion facility, Our Lady of Guadalupe Convent in St. Louis, Missouri, in the United States, is run by the Sisters of Christian Charity, who have helped to save the lives of unborn babies every day since 2017.
The convent in St Louis, established in 2017, was strategically set opposite a Planned Parenthood facility, which has since seen a significant decline in abortions.
The convent, managed by the Respect Life apostolate within the Archdiocese of Saint Louis, holds pro-life meetings and is a center of anti-abortion activity in the area, organizing events and providing facilities for pro-lifers holding vigil outside the Planned Parenthood opposite.
Sisters Sue Ann Hall and Delores Vogt are responsible for those who visit the center.
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“We try to say, too, if there’s somebody that is afraid to come and pray in front of Planned Parenthood, they can always come to our chapel”, said Sister Hall.
Sister Hall isn’t deterred by negative comments about her mission. “I just feel if God wants this work to be accomplished that He will see it accomplished. Why fear when He tells you not to be afraid?”
A SPUC spokesperson said: “This convent provides a haven for those who wish to advocate on behalf of the unborn. The aim, of course, is to establish a safe world for unborn babies, which these wonderful nuns pray for and assist in every day.
“SPUC commends the generosity and hospitality of the nuns. They are doing fabulous work.
“The fact that abortions in St Louis have significantly decreased speaks for itself.”
LifeNews Note: Courtesy of SPUC. The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children is a leading pro-life organization in the United Kingdom.