6 Powerful Ways to Spiritually Fight the Evil of Abortion Alongside our Lady
The battle against abortion is never over; more and more countries are considering this a human right. This means sanctioning the deaths of millions of unborn children worldwide. We also know that Joe Biden recently signed an executive order to this effect, so now is the time to pray and not relent! Here are ways you can help with the support of Our Lady.
Recommend mothers to Mary, who are confused and tempted to abort their child. Or for those who have committed. Or a few moments a day to say a few Hail Marys every day will also be helpful in the event there is not enough time for a full Rosary.
Offer your help:
With the backing of Mary’s help, give counsel to your friends on this issue when they need guidance. Many people shy away from simple truths out of fear or because it is inconvenient. You can and should be the one who is both honest and merciful. Share resources and provide as much support as you can.
Visit Our Lady’s Grotto and the Blessed Sacrament:
Pray for the world to shun the evil of abortion and for more people to realize the horror of child murder. For the conversion of key people who will serve as a light to those they have scandalized.
Offer at the Mass:
Same prayer intentions, but remember to offer your communion also to this goal.
Pray a Novena, Fast, and abstain from everyday comforts:
This is a straightforward one. Offering our simple “sufferings” can be a powerful way to augment the power of our prayers to God.
Prayer to our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady of Guadalupe, cast your maternal gaze
upon your children, born and unborn.
We are in such need of your protection.
The enemies of Life are strong
but you are infinitely stronger,
since God chose you
to “crush the head of the serpent,” the devil.
As we strive to overcome evil,
we remember your words of comfort
to St. Juan Diego, “Am I not here who am your mother?”
Therefore, we approach you with great confidence.
Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mother of Life, pray for us!
(Prayer by Nellie Edwards)