from Bill Miller
Bucks County Pro-Life Coalition
Friday March 3rd, I prayed the Rosary with 12 other people at the Warminster Planned Parenthood.
Saturday March 4th, I attended 7 a.m. Mass at Christ The King in the Far Northeast section of Phila followed by the Rosary Vigil at Planned Parenthood on Comly Rd.
It seems every week our numbers decrease. I know the weather has been brutal, but it does not stop the dedicated people like the "regulars " at Warminster or Comly Rd. They bundle up with layers of warm clothes and brave the bitter cold in order to give "Public Witness" to the women (victims) going in for the abortions, letting them know we are there to offer help in various ways.
It is very disappointing to know that with all the surrounding Catholic parishes we can only gather 10 to 15 people each Friday or Saturday.
Betty and Dave Maier, both in their 80's, Pray and Witness at the Comly Rd. PP Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays EVERY week. This morning a Retired Priest came all the way up from South Phila to Celebrate mass for us.
I leave these killing sites each week thinking how apathetic on this issue my fellow Catholics have become.
I fear for my Catholic faith, that is slowly being consumed by the Culture of Death and will eventually no longer exist.
I am not asking anyone to spend EVERY Friday or Saturday in front of these Killing centers, but to at the very least try to make a vigil once a month.
I know I am disappointed with the low number of persons who make these vigils. So please forgive me for my venting, I just have to express my disappointment on this issue.
Some people make the March For Life every year but we never see them at any other Pro-Life function the rest of the year.
Coming up is Holy Week and Good Friday...There will be Vigils at EVERY Abortion Center in S.E. Pa.that day. Please try to attend either at Warminster or Comly Rd.
Also 40 Days for Life has 2 more weeks, so please try to go to your local abortion facility and pray for the end of abortion.
See another post on this subject which lists all the sites in SE Pa. at this link.