The Pro-Life Union of Greater Philadelphia reports good news: 12 lives have been saved so far thanks to this year’s 40 Days for Life campaign.
The Oreland-based organization invites all to the close of its spring campaign with a prayer rally on Saturday, March 27 at 8 a.m. outside the Philadelphia Women’s Center at 777 Appletree Street.
Mass will be celebrated after the prayer rally at Holy Redeemer Church at 915 Vine Street, followed by refreshments.
All are urged to gather with the Pro-Life Union to lift voices in song and prayer for the sanctity of human life.
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