Praying for the Victims of Underage Sex Trafficking

Ray Pingoy and Emily Warpinski of the Archdiocese of Chicago Respect Life Office hold a sign during the Prayer Vigil for Victims of Human Trafficking outside Chicago's Planned Parenthood abortion facility
Ray Pingoy and Emily Warpinski of the Archdiocese of Chicago Respect Life Office hold a sign during the Prayer Vigil for Victims of Human Trafficking outside Chicago's Planned Parenthood abortion facility

In the wake of Live Action’s releases of footage from numerous Planned Parenthood facilities nationwide showing a willingness to cover up underage sex trafficking, late last week the Expose Planned Parenthood coalition called upon pro-lifers to hold a one-hour prayer vigil for victims of underage sex trafficking during the noon hour today, February 14, outside Planned Parenthood facilities across the country.

I took part in the vigil held at the Planned Parenthood abortion facility on Chicago’s Near North Side — which has been the site of numerous run-ins with police this past year over interpretation of the city’s “Bubble Zone” ordinance.

The Archdiocese of Chicago’s Respect Life Office organized the vigil, which was attended by 40 pro-lifers who prayed the full 20 decades of the Rosary and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.

That such a crowd could be drawn on such short notice and in the middle of a weekday is a strong testament to the resolve of pro-lifers to make it publicly known that we will not stand by idly while our nation’s largest abortion chain covers up child sex trafficking.

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