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Local Prayer Vigils for the Unborn

November 22nd, 2010, Promulgated by Dr. K

A number of area parishes will be holding prayer vigils on Saturday, November 27th at the request of Pope Benedict to pray for “All Nascent Human Life” (the innocent unborn children). We will outline a few of these below. If your parish is going to be holding a vigil on the 27th, and it isn’t listed here, please send us an e-mail with details to: contact@cleansingfire.org

All events are Saturday, November 27th.

St. Mark in Greece (54 Kuhn Rd):

2 PM – Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and adoration
3 PM- Sung Divine Mercy Chaplet and quiet prayer
4-5 PM- Confessions
4:45- Rosary and Benediction

St. Mary in Canandaigua (95 N. Main St.):

1:30-4:30 PM- Prayer and exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

St. Rose in Lima (1985 Lake Ave):

5-7 PM- Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Evening Prayer

Holy Spirit in Penfield (1355 Hatch Road):

3 PM- Rosary for life

St. Michael in Lyons (3 Holley St.):

1 PM- Prayer vigil

St. John of Rochester in Perinton (8 Wickford Way):

3 PM- Prayer vigil

Holy ApostlesĀ  in Rochester’s west side (530 Lyell Ave):

3 PM- Prayer vigil

St. Mary in Waterloo (25 Center St):

4 PM- Prayer vigil

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4 Responses to “Local Prayer Vigils for the Unborn”

  1. avatar Anonymous says:

    Will the bishop break 30 years of silence and join one of the vigils?

  2. avatar Anonymous says:

    Not a chance. It’s a pro-life vigil, not a pro lay woman vigil.

  3. avatar Anonymous says:

    FYI anonymous posters –

    “Vigil for Life at the Cathedral” (View from the choir, January 22, 2009)

    Unable to make it to Washington for the March for Life, I went to Sacred Heart Cathedral tonight for a “Silent Vigil in Reparation for Roe v. Wade.”

    About 50 people were there (many other area pro-lifers were able to go to Washington, and some were at a protest at the Unitarian Church). My wife was at the Cathedral, as was Bishop Matthew Clark, still showing effects from his surgery last year. …

    – Lee

  4. avatar benanderson says:

    howdy Lee! Thanks for providing that info.


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