Are these “heros” who are just doing their job carrying Mary Wagner caught trying to save babies, to jail? these are criminals.

Over 1,300 people have signed a petition that sends a message of hope to jailed pro-lifer Mary Wagner.

Please click HERE to learn more about the petition. And then please sign the petition.

LifePetitions campaign co-ordinator Scott Schittl said the petition is coming just at the right time.

PETITION: Send a message of hope to pro-lifer Mary Wagner jailed in BC. Sign the petition here.

“Mary has spent more than 5 years in jail, trying to defend the most vulnerable in society. And, she just spent Easter in jail. This show of support will give Mary and her family a crucial morale boost right now.”

Wagner was arrested last week in Vancouver, BC, when she and one of her fellow pro-life activists entered an abortion center with red and white roses and attempted to speak with the mothers who were there to end the lives of their babies.

The two pro-lifers offered the abortion-minded women life-affirming alternatives.

But then abortion center staff contacted the police, who later arrived and detained Wagner.

Some may believe that this kind of protest (where one is frequently arrested) is futile or counterproductive.

But, through her activism, Mary continues to draw worldwide attention to the destruction abortion causes to women, society, and the unborn child.

After her detention, Mary wrote a letter to her supporters from jail. In it, she explains what motivates her to continue trying to defend the unborn and their mothers from abortion.

Why should Christians go to these places where tiny babies not yet born are being killed? “Whatsoever you did to one of the least of my brothers, you did it to me… Whatever you failed to do to one of the least of my brothers, you failed to do it to me” (Matthew 25:40).

Our presence at these places where God’s littlest children are being put to death is a response to God, who is Love, who has loved us first. He who has loved us from all eternity is there, abandoned by his own and facing execution again, as He did on Calvary. May He lead us there in the spirit of repentance, going to console Him in his agony, to pray for our brothers and sisters, to do what we can, with his grace, to bring His Light and Love where there is otherwise only darkness and contempt.

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