Pro-Life Day / October 19, 2021 – How to Celebrate Pro-Life Day?

Pro-Life Day is an annual observance to celebrate the right to life of every human being from conception until death. This day commemorates the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which was a landmark decision by the United States Supreme Court on January 22, 1973, that legalized abortion in the country.

The date for Pro-Life Day has been changed each year since it first began in 1988 due to different countries having different laws about abortions and other factors that could affect its observance. For example, this year Pro-Life Day will be observed on October 19, 2021, because October 13th falls during Holy Week which would make it difficult for many people to observe this holiday as they might not have time off work or school due to religious obligations.

About Pro-Life Day

For the third Tuesday of October every year, students give up their voices to show solidarity with Pro-Life Day. Representing 3,000 abortion voices taken each day in America alone and elsewhere around the world according to The Guttmacher Institute (GAM), these young people have chosen an act for themselves that will be heard – a vow or “Cruce” as it’s known Spanish slangily translates into English where they promise not speak until all those children who can’t speak because one womb was too full are avenged by being given a chance at life again

This silent demonstration has been conducted on behalf of unborn babies everywhere since the idea was formed in 2010 by Ben DuPré and Mary Ann Kuharski, two high school students who wanted to make a difference.

While Pro-Life Day is observed on different days each year depending on country laws, it always falls during October which coincides with National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Month because what better way to recognize and remember those lives than to stop and reflect upon them during a month dedicated solely for that purpose.

Pro-Life Day-Date is October 19th, 2021

Since 1988, Pro-Life Day has been observed on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade which legalized abortion in the United States. This year, however, it falls during Holy Week so October 19th is being used instead to avoid scheduling conflicts with different countries’ laws about abortions and other factors that could affect its observance. For example, this year Pro-Life Day will be observed on October 19th because October 13 falls during Holy Week which would make it difficult for many people to observe this holiday as they might not have time off work or school due to religious obligations.

History Of Pro-Life Day

Pro-Life Day was first organized in 1988 by National Right to Life founder Dr. John Willke and then co-sponsored by the International Pro-life Foundation. The date was chosen because it falls on the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in America, and is also the Feast of Saint Francis Xavier, patron saint for pro-life causes.

Pro-Life Day was first organized in 1988 by National Right to Life founder Dr. John Willke and then co-sponsored by the International Pro-life Foundation. The date was chosen because it falls on the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in America, and is also the Feast of Saint Francis Xavier, patron saint for pro-life causes.

How To Celebrate Pro-Life Day?

To celebrate the day, many choose from different activities or avenues that suit their preferences best such as:

● Participating in prayer services at churches around town

● Organizing pro-life marches and vigils

● Holding a pro-life rally or conference for others to learn about the issue and be educated with facts instead of emotions that could easily manipulate them into believing something untrue when in fact, there is much more research available today than ever before to back up its claims. This can also include asking for prayer or attending a church service where the pastor might mention this special day during mass

● Writing letters to members of Congress, local representatives, and political leaders in your respective areas about how you feel about the issue. This will help others who are unaware get involved with their concerns if they see that many people share similar feelings

● Educating yourself and others by reading books or watching videos that support the causes you believe in such as “Crescendo” (available on Amazon), a documentary about how music helped pro-life movements grow to be stronger than ever before

● Participating at home with your family members where everyone could do something for Pro-Life Day, like hosting an event for friends and neighbors to come together in person where you can discuss various topics related to this holiday or even watch a movie about it

● Making your signs with messages that speak out against abortion such as “Abortion Hurts Women” or handing them out at the next March For Life rally this January 16th in Washington, DC

● Vandalizing abortion clinics within your respective states with pro-life messages that will hopefully encourage people to visit other local facilities for help instead of the one who is willing to kill unborn babies. These might include putting up posters featuring aborted babies or using chalk throughout sidewalks and roads leading towards these places so others can see what goes on inside.

Pro-Life Day Syndrome

As with most holidays, some choose to ignore it or make fun of the day instead; this can be seen as “Pro-Life Day Syndrome” (PLDS). Those afflicted with PLDS usually lack education about what Pro-life means and end up believing that they’re against abortions because their beliefs favor the right to choose.

Those afflicted with Pro-Life Day Syndrome (PLDS) usually lack education about what pro-life means and end up believing that they’re against abortions because their beliefs favor the “right” to choose instead of focusing on how it can affect the mother, father, and unborn baby involved. PLDS is caused by misinformation provided by those who wish to profit off of Planned Parenthood and other abortion clinics that do not focus on the facts about this issue.

Conclusion

Pro-Life Day is about exposing the truth to others and celebrating life. It’s never too late or early in the year to begin educating people with facts because it could mean saving innocent lives by preventing abortions from ever happening!

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