Our parish is participating in the "40 days for life" event in Dallas, by praying at various times during a 12 hour period, October 19th, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. I endorse this event, and am personally participating in it.
I encourage (I am asking) everyone in my parish to try to participate in this event. We will be praying only with Orthodox Christians. I do not recommend or agree with participating in prayer with non-Orthodox, but we can share similar goals and collaborate in activities, such as this worthy cause.
Abortion is a cancer which kills much more than an unborn child. We must pray not only for mothers who are contemplating abortion, but also those who have had abortions and are suffering in many ways. The world tells them that they have a "right to choose", but the soul tells them something is wrong.
I will try to make it to this rally, to hear Fr Seraphim speak. There may be some things there that we are not accustomed to and do not do in our Orthodox Christian way of life, and even some things that we cannot agree with but overall, supporting this event is the right thing to do.
Priest Seraphim Holland
Here is a flyer about the rally
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|"Let the children come to me; do not prevent them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." – Mark 10:14|
|40 Days for Life-Dallas Midway Rally
12 noon – 1:30 p.m., Harry S. Moss Park, 8000 Greenville Ave., Dallas
Mark the midpoint of the 40-day campaign with a family picnic (thanks to Holy Smokers who will be grilling out!), great music and pro-life speakers, including:
Be sure to bring a blanket or chairs to enjoy the picnic as you celebrate the miraculous with us – ELEVEN Babies have already been saved from abortion at Southwestern during the first eight days of the 24/7 prayer vigil! Praise be to God!!
|40 Days for Life-Dallas Youth Day
7 a.m. – 7 p.m., Southwestern late-term abortion center, 8616 Greenville Ave., Dallas
Experience the powerful witness of youth standing vigil for their brothers and sisters in the womb (plus a surprise, peaceful, prayerful balloon demonstration!). To adopt an hour or two of prayer for your students or youth group, email email@example.com. Learn more.
*All youth under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or safe environment-cleared chaperone.*
Catholic Pro-Life Committee P.O. Box 59852 Dallas Texas 75229