40 Days for Life

Make America Pro-Life Again

By -- Br. Thomas Augustine, M.I.C.M.—— Bio and Archives--February 18, 2017

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Dear Friends,

Thought you would like to see that our school is in the local news, promoting the upcoming 40 Days for Life Campaign.  The Diocesan Paper put an article, which will appear in their next printed edition, on their website.

Billboards share pro-life message

Two pro-life billboards were put up on Grafton Street in Worcester this week, thanks to students and religious sisters and brothers at Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Still River.

“Make Worcester Pro-Life Again,” says one at the Interstate 290, Exit 14 ramp.

Massachusetts Citizens for life also put a short story on their webpage.

Students Buy Pro-Life Billboards in Worcester

Students at Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Still River, Mass., have a pro-life club called the Saint John the Baptist Pro Life League. One of their activities has been to raise money to place two pro-life billboards in Worcester along Route 122/Grafton Street.

The billboards advertise the 40 Days for Life Worcester Prayer Campaign and encourage viewers to visit the school’s web site where they can find more pro-life information. Congratulations to these impressive students on advancing the pro-life cause.

More details and student videos can be found at: Pro Life News

God bless you.
Br. Thomas Augustine, M.I.C.M.

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