Prayer is the foundation of all that we do in defense of human life. Every January, thousands of pilgrims travel to Washington to pray together at the National Prayer Vigil for Life, for an end to abortion. “There is power in prayer.” Yes, there is power in praying in the name of Jesus. When we tell someone we will pray for them, we are offering to open the conversation with God. Comfort can be found and burdens lessened when we pray and give our concerns to God. God invites us into a relationship with Him. Go to God first in prayer.
National Prayer Vigil for Life will be virtual this year.
“Now, more than ever, our nation is in need of prayer for the protection of the unborn and the dignity of all human life,” Archbishop Naumann said in a statement. I invite all Catholics to spend time with our Lord and join in this nationwide vigil for life.”