In the early morning a huge amount of men came to pray at PP from a Christian Men’s Conference. Most chose to not sign in, but there were so many that PP called the police. They were not “blocking the … Continue Reading
Bob is still sick, but Al had two ladies from St. Coleman in Turtle Creek who stayed for almost 3 hours. About a dozen other people came out to pray, including regular Friday people, Jessica, who has now been at … Continue Reading
Bob was sick today, and Al was prepared to stand all alone from 7 to 9. So God sent Mary Jo, all the way from Canonsburg, to pray with him. Then He sent Mary Fashian to pray with me from … Continue Reading
About 30 people braved the miserable weather conditions to pray at Planned Parenthood this morning. At least 10 churches were represented, with more than a dozen people being from St. Elizabeth.
Planned Parenthood was not as busy as yesterday, but … Continue Reading
A very large percentage of those going in on this extremely busy morning were African-American. Many were coming out after an hour or less, which usually means an appointment for chemical contraception or RU-486. One girl went in to get … Continue Reading
A cold start to a beautiful day. The faithful few, Bob, Al, Lillian, Mary, were at PP in the early hours, surprisingly joined by Bob and Maureen Lingg. Bob, walking well with a cane, is doing a super job recovering … Continue Reading
Over 40 people from more than a dozen churches, and St. Vincent College, were praying and singing this peaceful morning. We were also very pleased to welcome Fr. Dennis Wilde of Priests for Life. He was with us for about … Continue Reading
Many pray-ers this morning, from many different churches, including Fr. Tim and a large group from Indiana.
A baby was possibly saved. A girl was waiting for her friend who was going to have an abortion. She was hostile to … Continue Reading
On this extremely windy and cold morning, for the first 4 hours, over 70 people from well over a dozen churches were praying at PP. They were very busy as usual, but thank God things were quiet. There were no … Continue Reading