For whom do the bells toll?

They toll for the more than 65 million innocents aborted since 1973.
Saturday, January 22, will mark the 49th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion on demand in the United States for any reason up to birth.
This historic case in 1973 that legalized abortion in all 50 states, is arguably one of the most controversial and divisive cases in U.S. Supreme Court history. Since then over 65 million children have been killed by abortion on demand. That is 60 times the number of all American casualties from every war since 1775.
You are urged to participate in the Memorial Observance of the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade from Noon – 1p.m. on Friday, January 21, on the Pettis County Courthouse steps. Join in prayer and then march around the courthouse to boldly proclaim that we cannot, we will not rest….until we have a society that values all human life —born and unborn.
ACT – Action Changes Things. Your action accomplishes victories and challenges those who seek to destroy innocent human life. ACT now and plan to attend the Memorial Observance on Friday, January 21.