November 3, 2017

40 Days for Life closing ceremony set for Nov. 5

Criterion staff report

The Central Indiana (Indianapolis) 40 Days for Life’s campaign will host its closing ceremony at St. John the Evangelist Church, 126 W. Georgia St., in Indianapolis, at 5 p.m. on Nov. 5.

Ryan Bomberger, an Emmy Award winner and the founder of the Radiance Foundation, will be the keynote speaker. Bomberger was conceived in rape. His biological mother courageously gave him a chance to live and the chance to be loved by an adopted family. His life defies the myth of the “unwanted” child.

40 Days for Life is an international campaign that seeks to end abortion through peaceful prayer vigils at abortion centers, and to raise community awareness of the consequences of abortion.

The campaign runs twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall. During the 40-day campaigns, individuals silently pray during one-hour time slots in front of abortion centers around the world.

For more information on Central Indiana (Indianapolis) 40 Days for Life’s campaign, contact Debra Minott at 317-709-1502 or debra@goangels.org. †

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