Full Sidewalks in Center City

It was the Saturday before Christmas and the sidewalks of both abortion facilities saw a sidewalk full of peaceful, loving prayer warriors covering both denominations

Philadelphia Women’s Center

Regular vigil participants were graced with the [presence of 75 high school and college students from Philly Mission Youth who started their morning outside of the biggest murder center in Philadelphia that is not affiliate with Planned Parenthood.

They prayed the rosary, offered free help for women during their hour of great need, and sung some Christmas carols.

Meanwhile, the Helpers’ of God’s Precious Infants were able to be present outside of Planned Parenthood in Center City. They offered their vigil in memory of Sandy Slater and Kevin Andre, two pro-life activists who died this month.

The Helpers were graced by Sidewalk Servants and Abolish Abortion groups alike. They were met with some jeers and even escorts mocking pro-lifers, yet they kept the faith.

One sidewalk advocate from Abolish Abortion offered help to a couple that went inside the facility while another held a conversation with people who were curious at their presence.

Sadly, lives were scheduled to die at both places. We can only hope that the presence of these peaceful, loving people stir the conscience of patients, volunteers, and workers of both places that life in the womb has value and is worthy of protecting.

Peace in the Womb Caroling Event -Philadelphia/Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania

This past weekend we celebrated two Peace in the Womb Caroling Events in Northeast Philadelphia and Warminster, PA.  On Friday, a group of us gathered outside the Planned Parenthood in Warminster, PA to sing in celebration of the birth of Jesus while also keeping in mind those babies whose lives were about to be taken from them.  While there we witnessed a couple in the parking lot who were about to go inside.  A few of the long-time pro-life supporters spoke to the couple.  It seems the man wanted the abortion but the woman was hesitant.  They ended up driving off, only to return a little later.  Please keep this couple and their child in your prayers.  Maybe they stayed or maybe they still had not come to a final decision and left again.  On a brighter note, we heard that a woman who had changed her mind while at the site in the fall is now doing well and is expecting her baby in the Spring.  Please keep her and her child in your prayers also for a healthy and joy-filled life together.

On Saturday, our Northeast Philadelphia pro-life group joined together in song outside the Planned Parenthood on Comly Road.  There was the usual Saturday traffic going into this facility.  Who knows if our presence (and our singing) changed anyone’s mind before going through with a scheduled abortion. But it was an opportunity for us to join together and remember that the holiday is about the birth of Christ and the peace and joy He had hoped for the world.

These caroling events are sponsored by the Pro-Life Action League.  If anyone reading this blog is interested in coordinating this event in your community next year, contact info is noted below. 

So much of Christmas is over-orchestrated.  This event is beautiful in its simplicity.  There is no practice, no instruments, no RSVPing.  You just show up outside of an abortion clinic and raise your voice to celebrate the season and hopefully, provide a note of peace within the walls of violence.

Merry Christmas!

Peace in the Womb Contact Info:

Pro-Life Action League

Chicago, IL 60646, USA

http://www.prolifeaction.org

Tel: 630-896-1200

E-mail: ejs@prolifeaction.org

Please Join Us to Share Christmas Hope at Our Peace in the Womb Christmas Caroling in Northeast Philly

Peace in the Womb Christmas Caroling 
Saturday, December 18, 2021
9:00 am
Planned Parenthood Abortion Center
2751 Comly Road
Philadelphia, PA 19154 (map)

NE Philly Christmas Caroling

In the Christmas story, hope enters the world through the birth of a child, even in the midst of difficult circumstances.  Join us as we share this Christmas hope where it’s needed most: at the Planned Parenthood located on Comly Road in Northeast Philly on Saturday, December 18th.

We hope everyone from Northeast Philly and Lower Bucks County will come and join us for this annual event.  Let’s bring that hope and mercy where it’s most needed, outside the Comly Road Planned Parenthood.

Please dress warmly and invite your family and friends to join you.

NEPhilly

SPEND THE WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS WITH THE SISTERS OF LIFE

The Sisters of Life have some exciting events that will get us into the Christmas Spirit. Who loves them? I’m sure you do.

Mass in Honor of the Ordination of John Cardinal O’Connor
The sisters will have a Mass on the anniversary of the ordination of their founder, Cardinal John O’Connor. This will happen on Wednesday, December 15, at 6:30 PM at the Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral.

Christmas Caroling In The City

The Sisters of Life invite you to join them in Christmas Caroling in Center City. Meet them at the Basilica at 5PM. They will go to Love Park and City Hall. There will be confessions, hot chocolate, and cookies

Epiphany Event

The Sisters of Life will have a Mass and social in thanksgiving for their co-workers for life. This will take place in St. Mary Magdalene in Media.

Please RSVP to philly@sistersoflife.org.

Join Us for Our Annual Peace in the Womb Christmas Caroling in Warminster, Pa on December 17th

 

Every year pro-lifers across the nation bring the joy and hope of Christmas to the darkness of abortion facilities with a Christmas Caroling day.

Some gather around a large empty Christmas crèche  symbolizing both the hopeful anticipation of a child’s birth and the emptiness left behind by abortion and sing carols about the Christ child. Babies have been SAVED from abortion when their mothers heard these carols and were moved by the thought of how Mary said “YES” to be the mother of Jesus.

In Warminster, Pennsylvania,  ‘Peace in the Womb Christmas Caroling’ will be held on Friday, December 17th beginning at 9:30 am in front of Planned Parenthood.  We hope everyone from Bucks County will come and join us for this annual event.

A Christmas Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy will be prayed following our Caroling. Please dress warmly and invite your family and friends to join you.  

As we’ve done this past year with our First Friday Life Chains, we are asking for donations of diapers (all sizes) and wipes for our pregnancy help centers.  

 

This event is sponsored locally by the Bucks County Pro-Life Coalition and  nationally by the Pro-Life Action League.  

 
Warminster

December to Do List

The final month of the year. It is hard to believe that we have made it to the end of 2021 and we are looking to end the year strong.

Here is the list of things to do to make it a December to remember.

  1. Host a Christmas Caroling event outside of an abortion facility. Learn more here.
  2. Participate in your local praer vigils
  3. Collect coats, hats, scarves, and even gloves for the homeless
  4. Make plans to attend the March for Life in DC on Friday, January 21st. Cant go? Hold a local rally in your community.
  5. Write cards to single moms and their families
  6. Throw a toy drive for children of single moms
  7. Collect maternity items and donate them to Pregnancy Center near you
  8. Attend the dedication of the Christmas Creche near you
  9. Participate in a pro-life orgnization’s Christmas party.
  10. Donate to a pro-life organization before the year ends
  11. Recommit to the pro-life cause by the beginning of 2022
  12. Recruit someone at your parish

Make December a month where life is worth saving and living.

Please Join Us to Share Christmas Hope at Our Peace in the Womb Christmas Caroling in Northeast Philly on Dec 19th

 
 

NE Philly Christmas Caroling

 

In the Christmas story, hope enters the world through the birth of a child, even in the midst of difficult circumstances.  Join us as we share this Christmas hope where it’s needed most: at the Planned Parenthood located on Comly Road in Northeast Philly on Saturday, December 19th. Caroling will begin at 9:30 am followed by a Christmas Rosary.  

We hope everyone from Northeast Philly and Lower Bucks County will come and join us for this annual event.  Let’s bring that hope and mercy where it’s most needed, outside the Comly Road Planned Parenthood.

Please dress warmly and invite your family and friends to join you.  CDC guidelines will be followed.  

 
NEPhilly Flyer 

Peace in the Womb Caroling 2020 Across America

If you haven’t attended a Christmas Caroling event before I urge you to do so this year.  And if there is none scheduled near you, please consider volunteering to organize one at an abortion mill in your area.  All the information you need is in the message below from the Pro-Life Action League.  

One of our most beloved activities of the year, the Pro-Life Action League’s “Peace in the Womb” Caroling Day brings the Christmas message of peace and joy to the darkness of the abortion clinic. Join other pro-lifers at abortion facilities across the country as we sing our favorite carols reminding abortion-bound mothers that the salvation of the world came through an unplanned pregnancy!

Can’t find a caroling day near you? We’ve got all the resources you need to host your own “Peace in the Womb” Christmas caroling event!

If you’ll be hosting a caroling day in your local area, please send us the details here, and we will include them on this page. Check back to this event page as Christmas draws nearer for a list of Caroling days across the country!

Join Us for Our Annual Peace in the Womb Christmas Caroling in Warminster, Pa on December 18th

 

Every year pro-lifers across the nation bring the joy and hope of Christmas to the darkness of abortion facilities with a Christmas Caroling day.

 

Some gather around a large empty Christmas crèche  symbolizing both the hopeful anticipation of a child’s birth and the emptiness left behind by abortion and sing carols about the Christ child. Babies have been SAVED from abortion when their mothers heard these carols and were moved by the thought of how Mary said “YES” to be the mother of Jesus.

In Warminster, Pennsylvania,  ‘Peace in the Womb Christmas Caroling’ will be held on Friday, December 18th beginning at 9:30 am in front of Planned Parenthood.  We hope everyone from Bucks County will come and join us for this annual event.

 

A Christmas Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy will be prayed following our Caroling. Please dress warmly and invite your family and friends to join you.  CDC guidlines will be followed.

 

This event is sponsored locally by the Bucks County Pro-Life Coalition and  nationally by the Pro-Life Action League.  

 
Warminster Flyer