National Day of Remembrance

National Day of Remembrance

In the pro-life movement, each day we strive to protect the unborn and we work to end abortion in our country. Each day we pray that others may understand the sanctity of life, and that those who have experienced abortion may find healing.
But this Saturday–on September 12–we pro-lifers will mark a special observance: the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children.
Co-sponsored by Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, Priests for Life, and the Pro-Life Action League, this eighth annual event is a unique way to educate our communities about the truth about abortion. It is also an opportunity for us to visit one of the 54 U.S. gravesites for aborted children, or any one of the many other memorials for aborted babies across the country.
We hope you will participate in this beautiful observance by attending a memorial service or simply visiting a memorial for aborted children and saying a prayer. Click here for a list of memorial services and locations across the nation.
If you’re in the Azusa area, Right to Life League COO Theresa Brennan will be a speaker at the Memorial Service hosted by St. Frances of Rome Catholic Church; the service starts at 10 am.
Let us take this opportunity to humanize our aborted brothers and sisters, to open the eyes of those around us–and to deepen our own commitment to ending the injustice of abortion.
We will join you in prayer on Sept. 12!