Thursday, March 10, 2016

#ProLife Adoration in Denver helps stop Planned Parenthood with close to 2000 in Silent Prayer


On Saturday March 5, 2016 Archbishop Samuel J.  led 1,800 Catholics in a Eucharistic procession and silent prayer for over an hour at the Planned Parenthood in Stapleton.
“It was truly a moment of grace, a moment of blessing, a moment of praying to our Lord that hearts may be changed,” Archbishop Aquila said. “It was wonderful to see how many turned out today.”
“No shouting or arguing,” the Archdiocese of Denver website stated, “Only prayerful witness to the love and mercy of God.”
Father Scott Bailey said to the crowd : “Silence is an essential part of the procession as we unite our voices with those who have been silenced by abortion,” he said.
Families with young children were in the crowd, the Nashville Dominicans, the Sisters of Life and the Missionary Sisters of St. Charles Borromeo, seminarians from both of the seminaries of Denver, and clergy.

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