ATTLEBORO — “On September 27, the highly successful 40 Days for Life campaign returns to Attleboro with 40 days of prayer and fasting, peaceful vigil and community outreach,” said Ron Larose, who is coordinating the local campaign. “We pray that these efforts will help mark the beginning of the end of abortion in Attleboro. We know 40 Days for Life has made a difference here. Our volunteers have made extraordinary sacrifices to expose the abortion industry and to protect children and their mothers from abortion.”
The following is a list of just a few of the positive results of previous Attleboro campaigns.
— 18 babies saved from abortion;
— More than 30 churches and other faith-based organizations participate;
— More than 300 volunteers contributing 15,000 hours of service to the community.
The campaign will feature a peaceful 40-day prayer vigil in the public right-of-way outside Four Women Clinic at 150 Emory Street in Attleboro. All prayer vigil participants are asked to sign a statement of peace, pledging to conduct themselves in a Christ-like manner at all times.
“We stand united for life in our small corner of the vineyard at the last remaining surgical abortion clinic in the entire southeast region of Massachusetts to protect mothers and babies from this terrible affliction in our land,” said Larose.
An opening Prayer Service and Mass will be held Saturday, September 30. The Friars of the Immaculate will be present to lead in prayer and celebrate Mass in Angel Park from 9 to 11 a.m. The event will include recitation of the Rosary, Mass, Confession, Eucharistic procession around the park and conclude with Benediction.
The website www.40daysforlife.com/attleboro is up and running and includes a vigil calendar where one can sign up for a specific hour during the campaign. The website includes the campaign flyers and additional information from the National campaign.
“Dr. Haywood Robinson, MD, Director of Medical Affairs and Education for the national 40 Days for Life campaign will be joining for a mid-campaign prayer service at Angell Park,” Larose told The Anchor. “We invite all of our regular campaign volunteers to join us in prayer and have an opportunity to speak with one of the national campaign leadership team. This will be the third visit to our campaign from national headquarters.”
For information about 40 Days for Life in Attleboro visit: www.40daysforlife.com/attleboro.
For assistance or for more information, please contact Ron Larose at email@example.com or 508-736-9813.
Upcoming Pro-Life events:
A Celebration of Life Monday will take place October 16 at 6 p.m. with Mass and speakers. It will be at St. Isidore Parish At Sacred Heart Church, 340 Centre Street, Middleboro.
Speakers will be Catherine Roman, President Abundant Hope Pregnancy Help Center; Mark Carey, Media, Director, Mayor’s Office in Quincy, Mass., a musician, film maker with Muddhouse Media.
The Abundant Hope Celebrate Life Dinner on Thursday September 28 from 6-9 p.m. at Envision Hotel and Conference Center, 31 Hampshire Street, Mansfield.
The annual fundraising dinner returns with Myra Maloney Flynn, President of Mass. Citizens for Life as keynote speaker. Discounted tickets available through September 12.
People can register online at https://ahprc.ejoinme.org/tickets and sponsorships or go online to the Abundant Hope website for more information and purchase tickets.
Call 508-455-0425 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need more information.