It has been a few weeks since January 22nd. That fateful day 48 years ago, where killing the innocent became ”legal” has brought utter travesty and division into our country. Now more than ever, we are a divided states of America. We only hope and pray in our life time this UNJUST LAW will be overturned once and for all with liberty and justice for all. In the words of St. Augustine, ” an unjust law is never a law. Justice for the unborn awaits expectantly.
This tragic day came and passed with little note except in our Pro Life Community. We remember and must never forget the little ones who die daily without notice. The silent screams continue.
I made it over to the mill towards the end of the day with every intention to arrive earlier and be a voice crying out into the wilderness, praying my little seeds of hope might birth fruit while keeping in mind the ever present reality to forget about seeing results of my little efforts and forge ahead with determination to let the light of God’s love pour thru me to these wounded souls who can’t even see or feel the reality of their choices of killing their very own.
It was late in the afternoon when I arrived at the mill with my two dogs. No cars in the parking lot. I sighed a bit of relief and thought, I wish I was not the only one here praying. I said a little prayer to our Lady of Guadalupe and walked across the street to the sidewalk and began walking and praying my Rosary.
Moments later, a car stops with a few people inside and one of the ladies leans out the window, and shouts, “Hi, can we pray with you?”
I was shocked and said, “of course!” A few moments later, 5 people from OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE parish joined me in praying the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet to end abortion on this tragic day in American history. I asked them to come back anytime and pray here. Ironically, this was their first time at the mill praying! I was blessed beyond measure to be surrounded with prayer warriors at the mill and will forever remember their sacrifice of time to suit up and show up at the mill despite fear and uncertainties.
In Memory of all the precious souls lost but forever loved and wanted by Heaven and those on earth fighting for their lives.
Our Lady Of Guadalupe Prayer group.. suiting up and showing up. Brave Souls.