2019 has been a year like no other.

From calls for infanticide and a "shout your abortion" movement to the stunning success of Unplanned and the largest 40 Days for Life campaign ever, we saw it all.

With a major election looming in 2020, the battle for America's soul is at a fever pitch. Where do we go from here?

We go to where abortions take place. On this week's episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we talk with Priests for Life National Director Fr. Frank Pavone about:

  • The importance of praying at abortion facilities
  • Why it's not enough to just pray from home or church (for those who are able to show up to pray at their local abortion facility)
  • The power of exposing the abortion industry

Tune in and then prayerfully discern whether God is calling you to lead a peaceful 40 Days for Life vigil this February 26 - April 5:


Whoever you are and wherever you're from, God can work through YOU to save lives right where you live.

College students lead 40 Days for Life vigils. So do 90-year-old pro-lifers.

If God can use them, he can use you too!

Answer the call to lead a coordinated 40-day campaign of prayer and fasting, community outreach, and peaceful vigil by visiting 40daysforlife.com/apply.

Applications to lead the February 26 - April 5 vigil in your community will remain open until December 20.

If you have questions about campaign leadership, write back to me TODAY!

And even if you're not considering campaign leadership, maybe you know somebody who's right for the role. Please share this message with your pro-life friends, family members, and the people you go to church with.

Shawn Carney, President/CEO

In addition to co-founding 40 Days for Life, Shawn is one of the most sought-after pro-life speakers, addressing audiences coast-to-coast and internationally. He has executive produced award-winning pro-life documentaries. Shawn co-authored the #1 top-rated Christian book: 40 Days for Life: Discover What God Has Done ... Imagine What He Can Do and also wrote The Beginning of the End of Abortion.