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Day 40! We thank God for His great MERCY throughout this campaign! Thank you to our faithful volunteers today from St. Gregory and Life Runners!
Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His mercy endures forever. (Psalm 136:1)
God has truly let this campaign’s theme of MERCY come full circle, as we come to the last day of our vigil. But … Continue Reading
Day 39…St. Mary’s (Butler), Lincoln Place Church of the Nazarene, Westmoreland and Indiana Co. Guardians for Life, and Holy Trinity (Robinson)
Since my bus pass needed reloaded, I used the end of my lunch break this past Wednesday make a stop at the Port Authority office on Smithfield. That meant that my walk back to my office would take me down … Continue Reading
Day 38: God is bringing us through! And the faithful people from Life Church, North American Martyrs, and Saints Peter and Paul are with us today! Thank you!
“On this Feast of All Saints, we honor those men and women who have led lives of heroic virtue that set an example for all Christians.” (adapted from www.loyolapress.com, emphasis added)
Heroic Virtue. What is that?
It is when … Continue Reading
Traffic advisory for Sunday: Their will be rolling closures on Liberty Avenue from 8-10:30am for the Equitable 10k Race. 5000 runners expected, so I am guessing no parking on Liberty either. But what a way to close out the Vigil; … Continue Reading
Day 36…Prayer Warriors travel from Far and Near…Thanks to St. Anne Parish in Waynesburg, Our Lady of Peace in Conway and Guardians for Life of Indiana & Westmoreland Counties!
What a powerful, prayerful witness we had at the vigil this afternoon! We truly have a great 40 Days for Life family in and around Pittsburgh!
This morning, we had no church coverage and our 7-9am shift manager (Cathy) and … Continue Reading
Day 35…Meet a baby saved from abortion…and Thanks to Holy Angels in Hayes, CIM-PA & Weirton Catholic Churches!
So much happened during my 11am-3pm shift today it is hard to know where begin! By far, the BIGGEST BLESSING was that I got to meet, hold and KISS a little boy that was saved from abortion at our Planned … Continue Reading
As we enter the last week of our 40 day vigil here in downtown Pittsburgh, my thoughts (and sidewalk discussions) are looking down the road to the 41st annual March for Life in January and , of course, our Lenten … Continue Reading
Day 33…St. Regis (Trafford), St. John Baptist de la Salle and St. Mary Our Lady of Lourdes (Delmont), and St. Fidelis (Butler)
“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” Galatians 6:9
As most of can attest, it’s a rare Sunday when we hear a deacon, … Continue Reading
Think about this for minute. The first word we use to describe ourselves to those who see us out on Liberty Avenue is “Christ-like.” I say this because that’s the very first word people see on our 40 DAYS sandwich … Continue Reading
Day 31: Thank you to Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Holy Sepulcher parish, and Saints Peter and Paul parish! You brought light to our city’s darkness today!
“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. And God said, “Let there … Continue Reading