Video – Roving Reporter #14: 40 Days for Life, Norwich, CT

By September 26, 2007March 2nd, 2019Corinn Dahm, Pro-Life, Roving Reporter
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Ave Maria!

[Update: The 2008 40-Days-for-Life Vigil starts Sept 24 in approximately 300 cities across America, praying outside of abortion clinics 24 hours a day for 40 days ending Nov 2, just prior to the presidential election.]

Last nite (25th Sept, 2007), Friar Roderic caught up with Corinn Dahm at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Norwich, CT, after the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass had been offered for the launch of the 40 Days for Life Campaign at the Planned Parenthood Abortion Mill in Case St Norwich.

Over the next 40 days there will be a minimum of 2 people at all times praying in front of the Abortion Mill, not only in Norwich, but in 89 cities around the country, to end abortion in America, and these front-line soldiers will also be supported by thousands of other people who will be offering their prayers, sacrifices, and fastings for the success of this endeavor. This is a history making event that will change our country!

We beg you to support our troops with prayers and fastings and to pass this news onto others that may not have heard about it and help save the lives of maybe thousands of unborn babies.

Check out the 40 Days for Life website at:

Stay tuned to over the coming weeks as we keep you up to date on the events surrounding this incredible initiative.

Ave Maria!

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  • magdalen says:

    So the effort for the 40 Days for Life goes ahead and the Connecticut bishops now say the emergency contraceptive/abortifacient plan b is okay. I guess it is the
    ’emergency’ that makes it okay then?

    So are birth control pills in general now going to be okayed by certain sets of bishops?

    Where does it stop?

    Or will more people hear, as I have heard, from the pulpit that abortion is okay if the mother is not in a position to support a child?

    Tis a sad day. We certainly need our spiritual weapons.

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