Day 7-Fourth Presbyterian and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Hello everyone!  Tomorrow, the churches that have signed up are St. Catherine of Siena, Beechview and North Park Church.  We don’t currently have a church signed up for the third shift, 3-7, so Cathy will be all alone from 11-12 and Nikki and Rich and Barbara Lewis will be alone from 3-7.  Please come out and pray with them!  Do not let them be a single voice!

What follows below is the report from the shift managers throughout the day.  A big “Thank you!” to Fourth Pres. and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton for sending out volunteers today!  Also, it’s no surprise that our shift managers enjoyed a day with some sunshine for a change!  Praise the Lord for a beautiful day!

Sally writes:

What a glorious morning!! Sunshine!!  No hat or gloves needed.

Only about a dozen of us came to pray this morning from St. Elizabeth
Ann Seton, 1st & 4th Presbyterian, St. Teresa & St. James in
Sewickley. Beatrice & 2 students went in at 9 a.m. as usual for a
Tuesday. About 6 or 7 couples went in during the morning.

A young man, whose girl was already inside, accepted flyers from me,
but neither he or the girl came out. Several people happily accepted
flowers. The ladies from St. James Legion of Mary were handing out
prolife literature (they told me that at least one of them is at PP
every Tuesday in the late morning.  I did not know that.) A woman who
went by with school age children was highly angry about the literature
and about us being there. Most other people who passed by were very
nice.

Cil and her friend arrived so early that I was able to catch a bus a
little earlier than usual. Cil was going to take pictures of the St.
James ladies so you should receive them later today.

Sally

Sheila writes:

Busy day at pp and on the sidewalk.  a lot of people taking advantage of the beautiful weather.   We are certainly blessed today.  A lot of women are taking information, some men too. A lot of traffic in and out of PP. Rev Bryan and Raine came out from Christ Church Ministries and a big crowd from St Elisabeth Ann Seton. One mother took resources…her daughter was inside PP. she was getting a checkup and said that abortion was not an option. Let’s pray they maintain this stance.

I had to run after a young woman who grabbed a fetal model.  She took the twelve week one. I asked why she did it and she said she didn’t like what we were doing. I told her  I’d call her parents but she wouldn’t give their info.  Then she ran off.  The good news is, I guess I can still keep up with the young ‘uns!

Sheila

Elizabeth Ann Seton in Carnegie.
Elizabeth Ann Seton in Carnegie.

 

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

St Elizabeth Ann Seton in Carnegie

Day 6 first shift. Prayer volunteer Pete from St. Ferdinand in cranberry with Ross from Fourth pres and bill.
Day 6 first shift. Prayer volunteer Pete from St. Ferdinand in cranberry with Ross from Fourth pres and bill.

 

 

Day 6 second shift. Pastor Bryan and Raine from Christ church ministries in penn hills. With group from St. Elizabeth ann seton in Carnegie and regular vigil participant tony.
Day 6 second shift. Pastor Bryan and Raine from Christ Church Ministries in Penn Hills. With group from St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Carnegie and regular vigil participant Tony.
Day 6 second shift. Cecilia and Joyce shift managers with Beverly from Fourth Pres and Johnny dedicated prayer volunteer from st. Killians.
Day 6 second shift. Cecilia and Joyce shift managers with Beverly from Fourth Pres and Johnny dedicated prayer volunteer from St. Killians.
Day 6 second shift. Joe and Mary. Pro life vets.
Day 6 second shift. Joe and Mary. Pro life vets.

Here are photos from Cil during the third shift:

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Have a great day and God bless!

 

One thought on “Day 7-Fourth Presbyterian and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

  • March 12, 2014 at 8:33 am
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    Pastor Adam,

    Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed reading your e-mail for the blog – very thought provoking. I just hope I can remember a lot of what you said – especially when I’m out there in front of PP – this Lent.

    Reply

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