Lent is a time of prayer and fasting that opens our hearts to the beauty of love.
Forty Days for Life, a global grassroots movement, does just that through its peaceful, compassionate witness to the rights of the unborn. Tom Stevens (president of the Pro Life Union of Greater Philadelphia) and Steve Bozza (director of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s Office for Life and Family) share how this ministry can be part of a Lenten journey to renewed life for all.
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