How a Christmas carol saved one baby’s life in Chicago
CHICAGO – Sometimes a song can save a life. That’s what happened one year during the Pro-Life Action League’s annual “Empty Manger” Christmas Caroling Day at abortion facilities in Chicago and the western suburbs.
“We were singing ‘Silent Night’ at American Women’s Medical Center when a young woman came out of the clinic,” said the Pro-Life Action League’s executive director, Eric Scheidler. “She approached one of our pro-life counselors and said we got her thinking about Mary and Baby Jesus. She just couldn’t go through with her abortion.” The counselor directed the young mother to a nearby pregnancy center for help.
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