Pro-lifers save two babies by singing Christmas carols outside abortion centers

    Updated: December 21, 2018 at 8:50 pm EST  See Comments

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    CHICAGO, Illinois, December 21, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) Pro-life advocates singing Christmas carols outside abortion facilities saved at least two lives from abortion this past weekend.

    In Wood Dale, Illinois, a woman left the abortion facility where pro-life carolers were signing and came to tell them she and her boyfriend decided to keep their baby.

    Similarly in Orange, California, a woman who had been moved by the caroling came out of the Planned Parenthood there, telling pro-lifers she had decided to keep her child.

    Pro-lifers were able to get the Illinois couple to a local pregnancy center and give them a gift of baby booties for their child, according the Pro-Life Action League, and the California woman was also directed to a local pregnancy center and given a baby sweater for her child on the way.

    The group has organized pro-life caroling in some form for 16 years, most recently with the Peace in the Womb theme.

    “The fifth annual Peace in the Womb caroling day was a great success,” Pro-Life Action League Assistant Communications Director Matthew Yonke told LifeSiteNews. “With 96 locations nationwide, we brought the message of Christmas hope to abortion facilities from New York to California and all

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    Two babies in 16 years. Not so effective, huh?

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