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40 Days for Life Kickoff Rally with Father Ethan Moore
Sunday, February 14th at 2:00pm
Holy Name Church,
2422 Auburn Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45219

The kickoff to the spring/Lenten campaign is Sunday, February 14. Join  Fr. Ethan Moore, pastor of Holy Name Church. Come for song, prayer, inspiration and all the details about how you can sign up to be part of our daily 7am to 7pm vigil prayer in front of Planned Parenthood throughout the forty-day campaign, which runs from Ash Wednesday, February 17 through Palm Sunday, March 28. Flyers, materials and practical information will be available to help you get your church involved or to find out how you can personally join the campaign. After beginning the hour at church, we will have a silent procession to Planned Parenthood (2 blocks from the church) where we will spend some time in prayer and then return to church to conclude the hour. If you are unable to make the walk to Planned Parenthood, please still come. You may remain in church until the conclusion of the rally. Families welcome. No sign up necessary for this event. Parking in church parking lot. See website, www.40daysforlife.com/cincinnati for details.

Sign Up For Prayer Vigil Hours!
Wed, February 17 through Sun, March 28 – 7am to 7pm daily

You can make this campaign a success! Since the beginning of this worldwide twice yearly campaign, over 18,000 babies have been saved; 107 abortion centers have closed permanently and 211 abortion workers have had a change of heart and left the abortion industry because of the prayers and peaceful witness of people like you. Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood employee of the year, states that when someone is simply praying in front of an abortion facility the “no-show” rate for those scheduled for abortions that day can be as high as 75%!

Please consider signing up to come to the sidewalk to pray for an hour a week during the campaign. It’s a sacrifice of time and convenience, especially during the cold months, but as Pope Benedict XVI said, “The world promises you comfort, but you were not made for comfort. You were made for greatness.”

In this time of great confusion and distress, prayer is ever more important.

Visit their website, www.40daysforlife.com/cincinnati for information.

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