March 29, 2016
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Thirty years ago this March, Dayton Right to Life discovered a pre-born female child in the trash of a Dayton-area abortion facility.
Baby Fran was 14 to 16 weeks old at the time of abortion. Her finely detailed eyes, nose, mouth, chin, and spinal column stood as clear testimony to her humanity and the humanity of every unborn child whose life ends in abortion.
Not long after this horrifying discovery, Dayton Right to Life and other area pro-life organizations held a memorial service for Baby Fran at Woodland Cemetery. Four-hundred people attended.
Today at noon, Dayton Right to Life Society will commemorate the 30th Anniversary of this discovery with a prayer service at Baby Fran's grave site in Woodland Cemetery. As Dayton Right to Life says, "This is an opportunity for our community to come together and show respect for Baby Fran and the thousands of other young victims of abortion violence."
Since last summer's horrifying discovery that Planned Parenthood is trading aborted babies' body parts, the abortion industry has come under intense scrutiny and investigation. Here in Ohio, Attorney General Mike DeWine revealed that Planned Parenthood's abortion victims are being carted to landfills.
As the Dayton pro-life community commemorates the death of Baby Fran, we stand in solidarity with our friends at Dayton Right to Life, grieving post-abortive mothers, and the unborn victims of abortion.
In Columbus, the Ohio Right to Life team is hard at work on initiatives that will prohibit abortion violence and protect the dignity of its victims. Now that we have successfully de-funded Planned Parenthood of 1.3 million taxpayer dollars, we are continuing on the path to pass Ohio's Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and the Unborn Child Dignity Act.
If you are in the area, please join Dayton Right to Life at Woodland Cemetery, section 204 today at noon.
If you are unable to attend, please say a prayer for the victims of abortion, and consider sending a letter of support for our pro-life laws to your State Senator or Representative.
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