Friday, October 19, 2012

40 Days for Life

The news of the various 40 Days for Life is coming in, and I thought I'd give the Oxford one another airing. The place is the same as the monthly pro-life witnesses, that is outside St Anthony of Padua. See the 40 Days Oxford web page.

This autumn, from September 26 - November 4, our community will be one of many cities joining together for the largest and longest coordinated pro-life mobilization in history -- the 40 Days for Lifecampaign.
40 Days for Life is a focused pro-life effort that consists of:
  • 40 days of prayer and fasting
  • 40 days of peaceful vigil
  • 40 days of community outreach
We are praying that, with God's help, this groundbreaking effort will mark the beginning of the end of abortion in our city -- and throughout the UK.
Take a stand for life
While all aspects of 40 Days for Life are crucial in our effort to end abortion, the most visible component is the peaceful prayer vigil outside the local abortion (or Planned Parenthood) facility.
You can help make a life-saving impact by joining our local vigil at:
[John Radcliffe Hospital]
[Headley Way]
[Stand on the public pathway or grass verge on the corner by the church of St Antony of Padua]


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    1. The link didn't work! - here it is:

  2. The St Mary's Road entrance at Brintons Terrace to The Royal South Hants Hospital SO14 0YG

    7am to 7pm daily until Sunday 4th November 2012

    For all details and map from train station check out this page