ith messages of hope and life, pro-life advocates plan to sing Christmas carols outside abortion facilities all across the country.
The “Peace in the Womb” caroling project has been going on for seven years, and, through their singing and encouragement, pro-lifers have helped save unborn babies from abortion.
In the aftermath of the Dobbs v. Jackson Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade, pro-life Americans are declaring, “All I want for Christmas is peace in the womb.” In the coming weeks, they will gather under banners expressing those words as they sing Christmas carols outside abortion facilities throughout the country, as part of the Pro-Life Action League’s annual “Peace in the Womb” Christmas Caroling campaign.
“Ever since Roe v. Wade was overturned, the American people have been overwhelmed with propaganda from abortion advocates,” said Eric Scheidler, the League’s executive director. “But behind euphemisms like ‘choice’ and ‘reproductive rights’ is the reality that every abortion is an act of violence perpetrated on an innocent human being. That’s why we’re calling for peace in the womb.”
He tells LifeNews.com that pro-life Christmas caroling is planned at over 80 abortion facilities coast-to-coast. In the 20 years that the League has conducted these caroling events, dozens of unborn babies have been saved from abortion. “In our first year singing carols, a woman walked out of American Women’s Medical Center in Chicago to tell us that hearing ‘Silent Night’ prompted her to cancel her abortion,” Scheidler reported. “In the years since, we’ve seen that story play out at abortion facilities all over the country.”
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