40 Days for Life — Week 2

No, it's not Rockland. It's the 40 Days Campaign at El Paso Texas where the Knights of Columbus (Knights on Bikes) came to join in the prayers.

No, it’s not Rockland. It’s the 40 Days campaign at El Paso, Texas, where the Knights of Columbus (Knights on Bikes) came to join in the prayers.

The purpose of the 40 Days for Life campaign is to pray to end abortion. But how? Those people you see down by Route 59 — what exactly are they praying for?

Each day has its own special intention. This one was suggested by Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director, Priests for Life.

Intention: That those tempted to abort may understand that their child is already present, and already a real person.

Prayer: Jesus, As you shared life in the womb of Mary, so now send your protection upon every child still in the womb, and grant to their mothers the strength and joy that comes from welcoming the gift of life. We pray through Christ our Lord. Amen.

(If you click on any photo below, a slideshow will appear, and you’ll be able to scroll through the enlarged images one by one.)

Can you help carry the message? You never know whose heart you may touch as they drive by. Or whose life you may save, because someone remembers a sign they once saw on the side of the road.

Only one hour each week for the next 4 weeks to witness in public and pray for an end to abortion.

We are on public property from 9 am until 6 pm on Perlman Drive, in Spring Valley, and from 6 pm until 9 am at the St. Gregory Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel on 21 Cinder Road in Garnerville.

God Bless You! For more information, click here.

Day 1     Week 1

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