Forty Days For Life in London

Seminarians and others at Bedford Square in London during Forty Days For Life.

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4 Responses to Forty Days For Life in London

  1. UncleBlobb says:

    Fantastic! Praise God!

  2. Supertradmum says:

    We need more young people, priests and bishops to pray outside of the abortion mills. I believe that if university students stood outside these death places everyday for one to three years, each one would shut down, as happened in Texas at one of clinic. We just need more people out and praying. Kudos to the Helpers of God’s Precious Infants in Kent and London for their great efforts. Also, praise to the counselors and the rosary teams.

  3. Jason says:

    When my parish’s respect for life group prays the Rosary outside the local abortion mill, we’re usually accompanied by a permanent Deacon in laymen’s clothing. Sometimes a Priest joins us and it always strikes me as being an even more powerful witness when there is a Priest there in his clerics leading us all in prayer. Priests are quite busy fellows, especially these days. But it’s always good when one of them makes the time to lead us in prayer at the abortion mill.

  4. MJ says:

    I did this yesterday – not in London, but in the town where I live. Our parish had the 40 days for life 24 hour block at the abortion mill that does late-term abortions…I was there for a few hours yesterday…lots of others from the parish were there too, many bringing their children. It was a great turnout. One of our priests even came for awhile, and I *thought* I saw him do some sort of exorcism, directed at the building!