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Pro-Life Wisconsin marks the end of 40 Days for Life vigils

.- Sunday, November 4 is the last day of the 40 Days for Life vigils. Many vigil locations are marking this with a prayer service or thanksgiving dinner. In addition to these closing celebrations, dedicated pro-lifers will be holding a 24-hour vigil, from midnight Saturday until midnight Sunday, at the Planned Parenthood in Beaver Dam and at hundreds of sites nationwide.
 
“After several late nights, early mornings and countless hours, praying in front of Affiliated Medical Services in Milwaukee, my husband Bob and I have already begun to see the fruits of our labor,” said Peggy Hamill, state director of Pro-Life Wisconsin. “We’ve met so many dedicated individuals for whom this is their first pro-life activity. The fruits of that alone are a huge blessing for the pro-life movement.”
 
Across the country, and across the United States, God has allowed the 40 Days for Life vigils to change hearts and save souls and babies. The effect on Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, Affiliated Medical Services and abortion centers nationwide can be measured in many ways – not the least among them being the effect on the clinic workers.
 
“The Holy Spirit has been our true coordinator,” remarked Amy Hying, who led the 40 Days for Life vigil in Madison.
 
Pro-Life Wisconsinite Tim Hewitt, coordinator of the 40 Days for Life vigil in Grand Chute, noted there have been a lot of good people supporting this life-saving effort.
 
It is not too late to see what 40 Days for Life is all about. For vigil locations, go to the website www.40daysforlifewi.com.


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