Red Rose Rescuers arrested at Michigan and Virginia Abortuaries

LifeSiteNews reports:

BREAKING: Catholic priests, pro-life activists arrested at U.S. abortion centers

Red Rose Rescue at an abortion center in Sterling Heights, Michigan. (LifeSiteNews)

Lianne Laurence
Fri Sep 15, 2017 - 1:15 pm EST

September 15, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Ten pro-life activists, including two Catholic priests, were arrested this morning at a Michigan and a Virginia abortion facility while attempting to persuade women not to abort their unborn children.

The Friday “Red Rose Rescue” also took place at a third abortion center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Joan Andrews Bell, Joan McKee, Julia Haag, Bonnie Borel-Donough, Franciscan Father of the Renewal Fr. Fidelis Moscinski, and Fr. Stephen Imbarrato were arrested this morning at the Alexandria Women’s Health Clinic at 101 S Whiting St. #215 in Alexandria, Virginia, according to spokesperson Larry Cirignano.

Monica Migliorino Miller, Will Goodman, Abby McIntyre and Matthew Connolly were arrested at the Northland Family Planning at 3810 17 Mile Rd. in Sterling Heights, Michigan, according to spokesperson Lynn Mills.

Two pro-life activists entered University of New Mexico Center for Reproductive Health at E. 2301 Yale Blvd. SE in Albuquerque, New Mexico and gave a red rose and offer of support to the woman there but chose not to risk arrest, said spokesperson Tara Shaver.

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