'Harassment' was carried out by filling up online calendars to keep people from reserving time slots for vigils and also filling up an online shopping cart so that people would be unable to purchase items.
‘Catholic’ politician Monica Lennon has called for protest-free ‘buffer zones’ around Scottish abortion facilities. The director of the Scottish Catholic Media Office told LifeSite her position is ‘incoherent on a number of grounds.’
A pro-abortion woman's attempts to sabotage the pro-life campaign included “filling vigil spots with no intent to participate, filling shopping cart(s) in the 40 Days for Life Store with no intent to purchase, publishing personally identifiable information about 40 Days for Life personnel, and encouraging others to do the same.'
An all-time record number of campaigns began in the United Kingdom, Spain, Taiwan, South Korea and India, and the United States is also hosting the most Lenten campaigns in the organization's history this year.