As dioceses around the world followed Pope Benedict XVI in holding a “Vigil for all Nascent Human Life” Nov. 27, one apostolate based in France has been dedicated to praying for the unborn for more than 20 years.
Headed by Helen le Goaëc, Pilgrimages for Life is made up of what she calls “friendly voices” who pray primarily for the unborn (aborted, stillborn or miscarried), but also for parents and siblings.
In addition, prayers are offered up for medical professionals and politicians.
Pilgrimages for Life is based in Cotignac in southern France, which, until the Lourdes apparitions, was the most famous pilgrimage center in the country. As well as being known for the apparitions and...READ MORE