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‘Peace in the Womb’ Christmas caroling at abortion facilities Dec. 16

Updated Dec. 19, 2017

In the midst of cultural and political battles tearing apart our society in the past year, one idea around which all Americans can unite is the Christmas hope for “Peace on Earth.” Here in Omaha, local pro-life advocates had that same hope to be extended to every member of the human family, including unborn children. On Saturday, Dec. 16, many gathered for “Peace in the Womb” by singing Christmas carols outside abortion facilities in Bellevue and in Omaha.

Christmas carolers sing outside the abortion mill in Bellevue, Dec. 16, 2017.

“It’s particularly sad to think of abortion during the Christmas season,” said Kristan Gray, executive director of Nebraskans United for Life. “So, we [gathered] to sing carols and remind abortion-minded mothers and their companions that the salvation of the world came through an unplanned pregnancy.

Christmas is a time of reconciliation, Gray said. “I particularly think of the lyrics, ‘A thrill of hope, the weary world rejoices.’ Jesus was born to reconcile the world to Himself, and it is our hope that every mother will also be reconciled to her unborn child, no matter how difficult the circumstances. We are available to provide whatever financial and material help we can.”

Christmas carolers sing outside the abortion mill in Omaha, Dec. 16, 2017.

The pro-life caroling day is one of more than 70 scheduled nationwide by the Pro-Life Action League to bring the Christmas message of peace and joy to the darkness of abortion clinics. Over the 15 years that the League has organized this event at abortion facilities, many women hearing the Christmas carols outside decided not to go through with their scheduled abortions.

For more information, call 402-399-0299 or email kristangray@inbox.com.

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