Monday, September 16, 2013

Memorial Services Honor Aborted Babies Buried in Wisconsin

In 1984 children playing near a dumpster in Milwaukee discovered the remains of aborted babies whose bodies had been dumped by the driver of a courier for a bio-hazard waste company. When police questioned the children, they simply replied that they had been playing with the “Little People”—26 unborn children who had been aborted at the Milwaukee Bread and Roses Women’s Health Center. The bodies of these aborted babies were buried by compassionate pro-lifers at Holy Cross Cemetery.

Four years later, on September 10, 1988, approximately 1,200 more aborted children were buried at Holy Cross. The bodies of these babies were set out for trash pick-up on a loading dock of the Vital Med pathology lab in Northbrook, IL, and they were retrieved by Citizens for a Pro-Life Society and the Pro-Life Action League.

These “Vital Med” babies included hundreds of unborn children aborted at two, now closed, Milwaukee clinics: Summit Women’s Health Organization and Metropolitan Medical Services.

To mark the 25th anniversary of the burial of these 1,200 aborted babies, the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children –a nationwide event–will take place September 14th. On this day, memorial services will be held throughout the United States, including all grave sites of aborted babies, as well as dozens of memorial markers for the victims of abortion.
continue at Pro-Life Wisconsin

I missed this, it was this last Saturday. 

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