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Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr speaks at a rally for the 40 Days for Life campaign in Kettering, Ohio. (Courtesy Photo/Tom Dalrymple)
Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr speaks at a rally for the 40 Days for Life campaign in Kettering, Ohio. (Courtesy Photo/Tom Dalrymple)

Staff Report

At least three 40 Days for Life campaigns are underway in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The campaigns, in which pro-lifers stand outside abortion clinics in prayer, began in Cincinnati and Sharonville on Sept. 29 and in Kettering on Sept. 15.

The Dayton 40 Days for Life campaign, which takes place at the Women’s Medical Center at 1401 East Stroop Road in Kettering, hosted its mid-point rally Sunday, Sept. 29. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr attended the event, sharing a few words with a crowd that had gathered despite the rain.

Learn more about the Dayton 40 Days for Life here. Click here to visit the Dayton campaign’s Facebook page where you can see more photos of the rally with Archbishop Schnurr.

The Cincinnati campaign is taking place at 2314 Auburn Avenue outside the Planned Parenthood clinic near Christ Hospital in Clifton. Learn more about the Cincinnati 40 Days for Life campaign here.

The Sharonville campaign is taking place at the Women’s Med Center at 11250 Lebanon Road, Sharonville, Ohio. Learn more about Sharonville’s 40 Days for Life here.

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