CHARLOTTE — “Your primary reason for going is to save the people who are part of the culture of death, because the unborn children never did anything wrong. They go directly to God. Your presence outside an abortion clinic is more important for those who are living doing this than for the unborn children that are dying.”
This trusting mentality has led Monsignor Philip Reilly, a priest of the Diocese of Brooklyn, to have a hand in closing 25 abortion clinics in Brooklyn and Queens in addition to starting prayer ministries in 40 states and five continents to bring an end to the culture of death.
Monsignor Reilly will be in Charlotte Friday and Saturday, March 8-9, to lead one of these prayer vigils at St. Patrick Cathedral and to kick-start a local chapter of the Helpers of God’s Precious Infants, his sidewalk counseling ministry. . . Read more HERE