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(Campaign Life Coalition) – Here’s your opportunity to take part in a growing international movement to save the lives of unborn babies.

The latest 40 Days for Life campaign is officially underway in 13 Canadian cities, and we’d love to have you be a part of it.

The movement first came to Canada over a decade ago when Campaign Life Coalition planted the first prayer vigils outside abortuaries in Toronto, Ottawa, and Halifax.

Since then, it has spread across the country, with local pro-life organizers bringing the vigils to their cities and towns, resulting in thousands of volunteers participating through prayer, fasting, and community outreach.

As Christians all around the world enter into the season of Lent, 40 Days for Life offers us a wonderful opportunity to increase our prayer and fasting for an end to abortion while challenging us to stand up for the Truth in the public square through peaceful and prayerful witness.

Will you join us in prayer, fasting and community outreach?

Your prayer and public witness might save a baby’s life – and its mother and father from regret and post-abortion trauma. Just this past fall, at least a couple of lives were saved thanks to pro-life witness in Toronto and Saskatoon.

Your prayerful witness, through the Grace of God, will change the minds of passersby, transforming your community, one person at a time, one heart at a time.

Join your local 40 Days for Life Vigil today!

Click on a city below to sign up as a prayer volunteer and contact your local leader for more information:

Winter/Spring 2022 locations:

Alberta

British Colombia

Ontario

Quebec

Our nation, our world, can greatly benefit from a little extra prayer. So why not commit today, and join thousands of other Canadians in praying, fasting and witnessing for an end to abortion.

If you have any questions, contact your local campaign for more details or reach out to 40 Days for Life directly here.

Reprinted with permission from Campaign Life Coalition

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