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FiNews #28: Corinn Dahm - 40 Days for Life Candlelight Vigil

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Ave Maria! [Update: The 2008 40-Days-for-Life Vigil starts Sept 24 in approximately 300 cities across America, praying outside of abortion clinics 24 hours a day for 40 days ending Nov 2, just prior to the Presidential Election. www.40daysforlife.com] Last night (Sunday 4th November, 07) was the end of the official 40 Days for Life Campaign outside of the Abortion Mill at 12 Case St Norwich, CT. I say official end because the 40 Days for Life Campaign has re-energised the Pro-Life movement across the United States and most of the people involved are resolved to continue to witness for life outside numerous abortion facilities across the United States praying for God to put an end to this heinous crime.Corinn Dahm was one of the organisers for the 40 Days for Life here in Norwich, CT, and she had a few words to say during this beautiful, prayerful, vigil which ended at midnight. I say a few words because those that know Corinn would find it hard to believe that she was stuck for words, but that is what happened during this interview. I had the kindness to edit it out for her, but not the kindness to keep it a secret!We would like to personally thank, not only those who participated in the 40 Days for Life here in Norwich, but to all those thousands of people throughout the United States who prayed in front of the abortion mills, and to those who also prayed and fasted and offered up sacrifices to God to end abortion in our country.We ask you to continue to pray for an end to abortion and to pray for those who cannot speak for themselves!Ave Maria!


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