Fifty carolers joined the Pro-Life Action League for the second annual "Empty Manger" Christmas Caroling Day Saturday, Dec. 18. The group visited four different abortion mills in Chicago and gathered around a life-size empty manger to sing Christmas Carols about the Christ Child.
The empty manger was a symbol of the hope that a little baby can bring. But it was also a symbol of the empty space that is left when a little unborn baby is killed by abortion. The carolers hoped to reach abortion-bound women with a message of Christmas hope. At least one mother who heard the carolers decided not to abort her baby. [Source][Via Matt C. Abbott]
Empty manger reminds me of a Planned Parenthood card I once did.