Shame answered the door only to find someone he had never seen before. She said her name was Joy. "Who are you and why don't I know you?", he said. "You haven't wanted to know me, nor even aware of me until now ... I have been here outside this door knocking for a very long time. "
He hears us, no matter what
“Prayer works!” Sure, we’ve heard that and probably said it ourselves, but is it something we truly believe? ... I’ve seen prayer work on the sidewalk, when a client turned away from the abortion facility door as a prayer partner spiritually lifted her up. ... But I want to remind you today of those people we often forget to pray for, but who need prayer desperately.
Angels on the Sidewalk
A stranger aids a pregnant woman with her options showing nothing but love and kindness.
You are not alone
Our friendship was born on the first retreat I ever facilitated. We have walked side by side up some hills and down some others, yet always with our eyes on Our Lord, a smile of encouragement and a tear wiped away along the way. ... another hill to climb arose. My friend miscarried her little baby on Mother’s Day.
Difficult Days on the Sidewalk
These have been difficult days for our sidewalk counselors. Of course, there aren’t really any easy days on the sidewalk, but the Coronavirus has added another layer of difficulty and potential hazard.
St. Gianna Beretta Molla, pray for us!
On April 28th, we remember St. Gianna Beretta Molla, patron of mothers, physicians, and unborn children. When Gianna became pregnant with her fourth child, doctors found that she had both a baby and a tumor in her uterus. She allowed the doctors to remove the tumor but refused the hysterectomy that would have killed her child. Gianna delivered a healthy baby.