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Witesses for Life

Empty Playgrounds by Miss

Norma Mc Corvey

The story of “Empty Playgrounds”; started one day (in the summer) some years ago, driving back from lunch; one day I passed a playground empty, with the swings empty swaying back and forth. I passed once, then turned and passed it again! Being consumed by guilt, I started looking for the children, (that's what swings were made for) and saw none, thinking to myself that all the children had been “killed”; though abortion there for leaving none to play! I was stricken with the simple fact “that no one around me didn't seem to care.” I sat in my truck and cried and cried, then there were no tears, just sadness!

Miss Norma Mc Corvey

Miss Norma Mc Corvey, once the plaintiff “Roe” on the case that made abortion legal all over the United States, repented and little by little God brought her to the Catholic Faith guided by Fr Frank Pavon. She dedicated the rest of her life fighting abortion.
Unborn Jesus
The Word was made flesh . . .  . . . and dwelt among us!
Unborn Jesus
Unborn Jesus

Witesses for Life

Empty Playgrounds by Miss

Norma Mc Corvey

The story of “Empty Playgrounds”; started one day (in the summer) some years ago, driving back from lunch; one day I passed a playground empty, with the swings empty swaying back and forth. I passed once, then turned and passed it again! Being consumed by guilt, I started looking for the children, (that's what swings were made for) and saw none, thinking to myself that all the children had been “killed”; though abortion there for leaving none to play! I was stricken with the simple fact “that no one around me didn't seem to care.” I sat in my truck and cried and cried, then there were no tears, just sadness!

Miss Norma Mc Corvey

Miss Norma Mc Corvey, once the plaintiff “Roe” on the case that made abortion legal all over the United States, repented and little by little God brought her to the Catholic Faith guided by Fr Frank Pavon. She dedicated the rest of her life fighting abortion.
The Word was made flesh . . .  . . . and dwelt among us!