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.
CJ on Choice
The Curt Jester posted a Planned Parenthood Christmas card that truly hits the mark, particularly since I just read an article in the National Catholic Register about PP taking up where Herod left off….
Planned Parenthood should be sending out cards for the Feast of the Holy Innocents, not Christmas. [Thanks to Curt Jester for permission to post the picture, via Dana’s site.] Timotheos…
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