Sign Up: Next 40 Days for Life Campaign Begins Wednesday

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Ash Wednesday to Palm Sunday will be the next national “40 Days for Life,”  a program of prayer, fasting, and peaceful vigil to end abortion. New Hampshire sites for the campaign are Planned Parenthood in Manchester and the Joan Lovering Center in Greenland. The program will run from February 13 to March 24, and organizers will welcome participation from anyone committed to peaceful and prayer pro-life witness. You can sign up for specific vigil hours so that the area team can guarantee site coverage throughout the program.

The Manchester campaign has a Facebook page where you can find information and a link to the vigil schedule. The Manchester team has planned kickoff activities for this Tuesday, February 12 (Mardi Gras, indeed!): 5:30 p.m. Mass at Ste. Marie Church on Notre Dame Avenue, then over to Planned Parenthood at 24 Penacook Street  for a 6:15 rally and prayer service followed by supper at 7:00 p.m. at the Pray for Life center across from PP.

In Greenland, the kickoff will be on Wednesday the 13th at 1:00 p.m. on the sidewalk outside the Lovering Center at 559 Portsmouth Avenue. Parking is available in the rear of the parking lot for town offices. This opening rally will be a time of prayer and information, with signs and materials available. An information page and vigil sign-up for the Greenland campaign is here. Vigil hours run 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for all forty days. Seven churches and related organizations have committed to supporting the Greenland vigil, but more volunteers are always welcome.

For the women walking into PP and Lovering, and for the women working there, please come and be a peaceful witness for life. Let your Lent be a time of hope.

 

 

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