Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, is always trying to convince the public that their business is about helping women, not abortion, and that abortion should be rare. But the abortion giant’s new prayer guide shows their true intent as they “celebrate” abortion in their prayers.
Jordan and Matthew Clark, expose the truth in their latest article for the Washington Post, “Planned Parenthood’s abortion prayer.” They write:
Pro-life advocates have long complained that Planned Parenthood, the country’s largest abortion provider, worships at the altar of abortion, but did you know that the abortion industry actually prays for abortion?
Perversely reminiscent of 40 day pro-life prayer vigils, Planned Parenthood is promoting it’s own “40 days of prayer,” March 18th through April 27th, for abortion. This is not their usually disguised promotion of abortion as “preventative care,” “family planning,” or “contraceptive services.” No, they throw those typical euphemisms out and directly pray for abortion.
A prayer guide found on PlannedParenthood.org ,40 Days of Prayer Supporting Women Everywhere , encourages pro-abortion supporters to offer prayers of “thanks for abortion providers” and the “sacred care” they provide.
Continue reading this article in the Washington Post, here, as Jordan and Matthew give examples of many of these offensive prayers and expose the group who wrote them.
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4.23.2012 Update: Jordan appeared on Fox News to discuss these disturbing prayers for abortion. You can watch that interview above.
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