Thursday, September 21, 2006

Helpers of God's Precious Infants: Vigil this Saturday!

Please make time this Saturday for the Helper's of God's Precious Infants Prayer Vigil outside of two abortion clinics in the 8 Mile near Gratiot area. It starts out with Mass at St. Jude's on 7 Mile in Detroit at 7:30am, then everyone meets at St. Veronica's at 8:40 where a procession will take place to 8 mile - a few blocks away. All mysteries and decades of the Rosary are prayed during the procession and while standing in front of the two clinics. This is peaceful and non-confrontational. Helpers of God's Precious Infants believes in the power of peaceful prayer to save the unborn.

The details can be seen by clicking on a flyer at the organization's blog, which is just starting up. More information will be coming to that site in the future, such as contact names, and various flyers and forms regularly used.

I may not be able to make it this time. So, if there is someone reading this entry, please do what you can to get the word out about the HGPI-Michigan website. Print out a page with the address out and distribute it.

Taking place several times yearly, this event has drawn up to 300 people in recent times. Let's have a good showing. Be there for the unborn and bring the family!

If you follow through to the social, you will hear important news about the day, and about the work of Helpers of God's Precious Infants of Michigan.

This event is well attended by priests and religious.

The Sisters are running an all-night adoration vigil at the chapel, seen in their community profile at IRL, for this event and the unborn. Consider giving your time in this way, as well. And, if you are unable to walk or make the morning procession, consider going to the chapel while the vigil takes place to offer your prayers for this great cause. If you have never been there before, it is at Assumption Grotto parish (click for map). Grotto is a lively place with people always visible. Just ask someone to point you to the convent door where you can ring the bell and ask the sisters how to enter the chapel.