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Members of "Helpers of God's Precious Infants" pray the rosary in front of Plannned Parenthood's Auburn Ave. Surgical Center on Saturday, Feb. 16. The group, which is praying for an end to abortion, holds a vigil at the center every first, third and fourth Saturday of the month. A similar vigil is conducted at Planned Parenthood's Westen Hills center on the second Saturday of each month. (CT Photo/David Moodie)
Members of “Helpers of God’s Precious Infants” pray the rosary in front of Plannned Parenthood’s Auburn Ave. Surgical Center on Saturday, Feb. 16. The group, which is praying for an end to abortion, holds a vigil at the center every first, third and fourth Saturday of the month. A similar vigil is conducted at Planned Parenthood’s Western Hills center on the second Saturday of each month. (CT Photo/David Moodie)
Father James Ruter(cq) from St. Peter's Church in New Richmond, OH, leads the praying of the rosary in front of Planned Parenthood's Auburn Ave. Surgical Center on Saturday, Feb. 16. Members of "Helpers of God's Precious Infants" have a prayer vigil to end abortion in front of the center the first, third and fourth Saturday of each month. A similar vigil is held at Planned Parenthood's Wester Hills center on the second Saturday of each month. (CT Photo/David A. Moodie)
Father James Ruter from St. Peter’s Church in New Richmond, OH, leads the praying of the rosary in front of Planned Parenthood’s Auburn Ave. Surgical Center on Saturday, Feb. 16. Members of “Helpers of God’s Precious Infants” have a prayer vigil to end abortion in front of the center the first, third and fourth Saturday of each month. A similar vigil is held at Planned Parenthood’s Western Hills center on the second Saturday of each month. (CT Photo/David A. Moodie)
Colleen and Dr. Arthur Kunath, MD pray the rosary in front of Planned Planned Parenthood's Auburn Ave. Surgical Center on Saturday, Feb. 16. Members of "Helpers of God's Precious Infants" have a prayer vigil in front of the center the first, third and fourth Saturday of each month. The group has a similar vigil at Planned Parenthood's Western Hills center on the second Saturday of the month. (CT Photo/David A Moodie)
Colleen and Dr. Arthur Kunath, MD pray the rosary in front of Planned Planned Parenthood’s Auburn Ave. Surgical Center on Saturday, Feb. 16. Members of “Helpers of God’s Precious Infants” have a prayer vigil in front of the center the first, third and fourth Saturday of each month. The group has a similar vigil at Planned Parenthood’s Western Hills center on the second Saturday of the month. (CT Photo/David A Moodie)
Fred Sume leads members of "God's Helpers of Precious Infants" from Holy Name Church to Planned Parent Hood's Auburn Ave. Surgical Center Sautrday, Feb. 16. The group has a prayer vigil for the end of abortion in front of the center every first, third and fourth Saturday of the month. The vigil ‌includes mass at Holy Name Church, procession to Planned Parenthood and the praying of the rosary in front of the center. The group meets at St. Theresa Avila Church on the second Saturday of the month and has a similar vigil at Planned Parenthood's Western Hills Health Center. (CT Photo/David A. Moodie)
Fred Sume leads members of “God’s Helpers of Precious Infants” from Holy Name Church to Planned Parent Hood’s Auburn Ave. Surgical Center Sautrday, Feb. 16. The group has a prayer vigil for the end of abortion in front of the center every first, third and fourth Saturday of the month. The vigil ‌includes mass at Holy Name Church, procession to Planned Parenthood and the praying of the rosary in front of the center. The group meets at St. Theresa Avila Church on the second Saturday of the month and has a similar vigil at Planned Parenthood’s Western Hills Health Center. (CT Photo/David A. Moodie)
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