"We literally felt like we were in the jaws of the enemy, a good place to win souls."
"... a police officer started weeping after seeing the tremendous outpouring of support."
About 75 motivated pro-lifers, young and old, assembled nearby. The rosary was recited aloud in reparation for the sin of abortion. Hymns were sung. And TFP bagpipers played Amazing Grace in memory of the countless innocent lives lost to the culture of death. A variety of homemade “Defund Planned Parenthood” signs were most visible. The prayers and the music unnerved some of the pro-aborts.
After campaigning for traditional marriage in Binghamton, we moved north to Syracuse, our next destination. The honking and support ratio at the intersections was good, but middle-of-the-road indifference was noticeable as well, while those who oppose God’s law were brazen, vocal and vulgar.
Today we started the first campaign in Bloomington next to the mall. The intersection had three lanes of traffic and the usual honks in support of true marriage sounded immediately. A telephone worker passed and said: “Thank you, but I don't need your flier. I know why homosexual unions are wrong.”
This past Friday, in spite of travel warnings and transport cancellations in reaction to Winter Storm Jonas, some 50,000 pro-lifers descended on Washington, D.C. for the annual March for Life, the largest annual pro-life demonstration in the nation.
May God protect American from socialism.