For woman seeking to get out of abortion job


I got an e-mail from the 40 Days for Life campaign asking for prayers for a woman who wants out of her job at a Planned Parenthood clinic and needs help finding a job. Please pray for her and for all people working in the abortion industry. Here is the text of the e-mail:

On Saturday a medical worker at a Planned Parenthood
abortion center where a 40 Days for Life campaign is
happening approached the prayer volunteers outside.

She said that Planned Parenthood had told its workers
that they would be immediately fired if they ever
talked to those on the sidewalk, but she felt drawn
to them – and she shared that she desperately wants
out of her job.

She explained that after she started working at
Planned Parenthood earlier this year, the abortion
business assigned her the gruesome task of counting
the baby body parts following each abortion to make
sure everything was removed from the mother.

What she has seen inside the walls of Planned
Parenthood is horrific.

She then shared that several weeks ago a young woman
sat before her registering for an abortion and said,
“I’m so conflicted, should I do this or not?”

She leaned forward and quietly told her, “Don’t do
this.” The girl left, her baby alive within her.

A co-worker overheard and reported her to the
abortion center’s supervisor who wrote her up and put
a stern warning in her employment file.

She asked the 40 Days for Life prayer volunteers if
she could meet Monday with someone who might be able
to help her – and the time she had available was the
exact time that Jim Pinto, pastoral associate for
Priests for Life, was there in town for his visit to
the 40 Days for Life location.

Jim stopped everything else to pray for her, with
her, and over her. He also connected her with an
organization called The Centurions that helps to
bring abortion providers out of the abortion industry
where they can find forgiveness and healing in Christ
and restore their sense of self-worth.

The 40 Days for Life volunteers are now taking up a
collection to provide for her short-term needs so she
can leave her job immediately and they are helping
her find another job quickly since she is the sole
provider for her four daughters and needs income.

(My name), there is a real possibility that these
faithful 40 Days for Life volunteers may be able to
help her walk away from the abortion industry TODAY!

Praise God for what He is doing in this woman’s life,
and please keep her – and this situation – in your
prayers throughout the day.


Praying that this woman is brave enough to leave this evil job even before she finds a new one, and that she does indeed get a new job. May she become a leading voice in support of the unborn. Amen.


Jesus please urgently find work for this woman to support her family. Please give her support in this new direction for her life.


Prayers for this dear woman!


This is so sad. I will pray a rosary for this woman today :frowning:


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Your intentions will be in my prayers.

Eternal God, in whom mercy is endless and the treasury of compassion inexhaustible, look kindly upon us, and increase Your mercy in us, so that in difficult moments we might not despair, nor become despondent, but with great confidence, submit ourselves to Your Holy Will, which is Love and Mercy itself. Amen

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Praying for this dear woman and Jim Pinto as well.



Prayer To Know God’s Will - God the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Author of glory, grant me spiritual wisdom and revelation. Enlighten the eyes of my mind with a deep knowledge of you and your holy will. May I understand of what nature is the hope to which you call me, what is the wealth of the splendor of your inheritance among the Saints, and what is the surpassing greatness of your power toward me. Amen. I will continue to pray.


Thanking God for this woman’s change of heart and praying for her to find a job she’ll be happy in.


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