Life Savers: The Sisters of Life at 30| National Catholic Register

A remarkable thing happened one day at Planned Parenthood in New York City about a decade ago — call it a triumph over evil.  In the desolate moments only hours before, it hardly seemed likely for a distressed, 18-year-old woman, single, pregnant and alone, contemplating the prospects for her unborn child.  Her mom had assured her that if she wanted an abortion, the choice was hers.  Yet that only deepened her loneliness and anxiety. “God, if you don’t want me to do this,” prayed this young pregnant woman in a perplexed state, “please send me a sign.”  Later, in a daze of confusion, no bright prospects immediately in sight, she set off with two friends for Planned Parenthood, intending to arrange an abortion. 

Life Savers: The Sisters of Life at 30| National Catholic Register

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