November 6 - 6th Anniversary of Death of Pro-Life Teen - Princess of the Unborn

Thu Nov 6, 2003 - 12:15 pm EST

SPOKANE, November 6, 2003 ( - Today marks the 6th anniversary of the death of 19-year-old Angela Baird, known as the Princess of the Unborn for her unwavering support for the right to life of the unborn even to her last breath.  Baird, a student at Thomas Aquinas College slipped from a mountain trail and over a cliff while hiking with her classmates. She fell 60 feet, and lay injured but conscious in a ravine for three hours waiting for rescuers to reach her.  The account of one of her companions who waited with her notes that rather than cry out from her great pain Angela prayed “for two intentions specifically; aborted babies and her dad.”  Apart from her studies and a ministry to female prison inmates with whom she shared the Good News, Angela was a pro-life leader at the college.  She went weekly to the local abortion clinic, Family Planning Associates, to offer sidewalk counselling to women seeking abortions. Angela loved the unborn greatly and always asked other students to go with her. On the Thursday that she died over 100 students went to her usual spot outside of the abortion clinic and prayed.  For more on this amazing pro-life inspiration see:

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