Last June in anticipation of the impending attack on unborn life we published a BLOG article titled PRO LIFE ALERT in which we said, Ireland has been described by the pro-abortion lobby as the ‘jewel in the crown’ of the pro-life movement, but there is a new and lethal determination to remove that jewel and the danger is imminent. Ireland is currently under more pressure to introduce abortion than ever before.
Sadly this prediction has not only been realized but the pressure on our country if far greater now than ever before.
The question we posed at that time was what is needed? we also answered that question.
· International support
· Education (on the issues)
· And most of all prayer
We invited readers at the time to join with us in a prayer campaign to which there was a great response. We wish thank all those who have generously given of their time and have offered, or continue to offer, prayer and we ask everyone to redouble their efforts.
You may remember we encouraged Catholic readers at the time to commit to an hour of Eucharistic adoration every week specifically for the intention of protecting unborn life in Ireland and we asked members of other denominations or faiths to commit to an hour of prayer each week for the same intention.
In view of the current prolonged attack on Ireland we are now re-issuing this appeal and we ask those who have already committed to doing so, that you not only continue your good efforts but also to encourage others to join in. We are determined to ensure there is round the clock prayer and adoration and would appreciate a note of the day and time you are able to commit to weekly.
To our new readers who have not received this invitation previously and to those who may not have been in a position at the time to commit to prayer or adoration we at European Life Network (ELN) would very much appreciate if you could let us know if you are willing to join in this call to prayer and Eucharistic Adoration by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to us at the following address Glenrue, Ballinclea Road, Killiney, Co Dublin, Irelan.