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Day 40 – Vigil participants from the Church of the Assumption in Bellevue, SS Peter & Paul in Ambridge and other churches provide a strong finish to our campaign
“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race.” 2 Timothy 4:7
On the last day of our campaign we did, indeed finish strongly.
Thanks to Brandon and Bill for standing with early morning shift manager Sue during … Continue Reading
Day 39 – Vigil Participants from Madonna Del Costello, Word of God, St. Elizabeth of Hungary, and other churches display a strong prayerful presence
” Ascribe the Lord the glory due His name; worship the Lord in the splendor of holiness.” Psalms 29:2
The Lord has been glorified each day in this campaign, and today was no exception to that. Read about how in … Continue Reading
Day 38: Thank you to St. George Orthodox Cathedral, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Aquinas Academy, Our Lady of Grace parish, and St. Regis in Trafford… for your GENEROSITY.
In praying Morning Prayer today, I was struck by this line: “Master our rebellious hearts, and teach us generosity.” We probably ALL can relate to this… since we ALL have rebellious hearts at times. But when we allow the Lord … Continue Reading
Day 37: Another COLD one… But thank you to St. John the Baptist parish in Plum for their perseverance! We are NOT AFRAID; we are in this together!
Today was rather COLD at the vigil. When my pastor arrived at the vigil, his first good-natured words to me were, “You had to pick the COLDEST DAY for this, didn’t you?” And although it was not really the coldest … Continue Reading
Day 36…Our Lady of Grace (Greensburg), Guardians for Life of Indiana & Westmoreland Counties, Building Upon Christ Ministries & Calvary Full Gospel Youth Group Provide the Witess for Life Today!
The first day of spring was a great day to stand as a witness to the beauty of new life! Even though the temperature was only in the 30′s… the sun was out and there was no wind. The birds … Continue Reading
Day 35: The wind of the Holy Spirit was definitely blowing today! Thank you to the Manordale Knights of Columbus, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and St. Joseph the Worker (Weirton)!
Wow, what a windy day! I remember when I was a kid, I used to think of the Holy Spirit being like the wind…. and of course, He DID come upon those gathered on Pentecost with “a noise like a … Continue Reading
Helpless. That is what we were before Christ came as a man and willingly suffered and died to save us. He knew we could not save ourselves. We were dead in sin…not even knowing that we needed to be saved! … Continue Reading
Day 33…People of God Covenant Community, Catholic Mom’s of Pittsburgh & Ascension Catholic Church Stand Strong Today!
Our dear shift manager Lindsay managed part of the afternoon shift YESTERDAY (during the St. Patrick’s day mayhem) AND ALSO managed her regular Sunday morning shift today! I am SO INSPIRED by the dedication and self-sacrifice that is shown by … Continue Reading
Day 32: A rather somber St. Patrick’s Day “celebration?” Volunteers from Guardians for Life, New Life Community Church, and St. Joseph in Verona are strong witnesses
It is the day before St. Patrick’s Day. In our secular culture, do saints’ feast days mean anything? I would think usually not. Yet, many DO make quite elaborate plans for this one. Oh, it must be because St. Patrick … Continue Reading
Day 31…St. Catherine’s in Beechview, Holy Sepulcher in Glade Mills & SS Peter and Paul in Beaver, along with many individuals, bring hope to the sidewalk!
Sadly today was an abortion day at Planned Parenthood, and according to the morning shift managers, it was very busy. We can only wonder what good things God had planned for those children that will never get to have a … Continue Reading