Since the beginning of September when the hearings to confirm now Justice Brett Kavanaugh began, pro-abortion activists have been in hysterics. Paid pro-abortion protesters have been disrupting public meetings and trying to interrupt Senate proceedings. Worse, they’re not done yet. Congressman Jerrold Nadler, who is in line to head up the House Judiciary committee if the Democrats win a majority in the US House of Representatives, plans an investigation into Justice Kavanaugh if he becomes Chair of the Judiciary Committee.
The actions of the pro-abortion crowd stand in stark contrast to the love and quiet strength shown by pro-lifers. We are in the midst of the fall Forty Days for Life Campaign during which prolifers hold vigils outside pregnancy centers. They take a peaceful, prayerful approach to sharing the truth about abortion. This past weekend was Life-Chain Sunday during which dozens of life chain events were held across Pennsylvania (and hundreds all over the country). At these events pro-lifers silently stood together in solidarity, praying for the end to the horrors of abortion.
While the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh was a huge victory, there’s much work left to do to end legal abortion. Consider participating in a Forty Days for Life vigil or joining your local chapter of the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation and standing in solidarity with the pro-life community against the horrors of abortion. You can lovingly support those who are facing an unexpected pregnancy and remind them that there is always a reason to choose life.