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WILMINGTON, DE, March 21, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A group of pro-life Christians have a plan to redeem a building once used by convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell for his abortion business by turning it into a food bank.

Lutheran Community Services has purchased the abandoned Atlantic Women’s Medical Services abortion facility, one of two facilities in Delaware where Gosnell performed abortions before he was convicted of three counts of first degree murder for severing the spines of babies born alive after later-term abortions at his West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania facility. 

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An LCS spokeswoman told WDEL radio they plan to use the building to serve the poor.

“We’re taking this negative and turning it into a positive for the community there,” said spokeswoman Cher Frampton. “We’ll be able to provide emergency food, housing assistance, clothing.”

Frampton told WDEL her group plans to have the building blessed prior to beginning renovations.  They’ve scheduled a clean-up day for March 28 and hope to have the community center up and running by the fall.

Contact:

Lutheran Community Services
1304 N. Rodney St.
Wilmington, DE 19806
302 654-8886

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