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More than 12,000 unborn children died from abortion in Minnesota last year. That's a stunning 20 percent increase. And it's going to get worse: Lawmakers just passed laws establishing abortion-up-to-birth, abolishing a program supporting pregnant women, and even repealing a measure guaranteeing lifesaving care for newborns.

What can we do to restore protection for the vulnerable? MCCL is launching a new “Save the 12,000” series of meetings across the state. At each meeting, MCCL w
ill update attendees about the extremism of Minnesota’s current laws. We’ll also provide pro-lifers with the tools they need to have confident and effective conversations that persuade others. And we’ll lay out practical steps everyone can take that will save lives.


All are welcome to these free events. Bring family, friends, church and school groups, and others. Each meeting will last just over an hour. Attendees will receive a packet of helpful printed materials that will enable them to immediately put to use all the training they receive.

The pro-life message—gro
unded in scientific fact, committed to human rights for all, and drenched in love for mother and child—is true and compelling. If we speak boldly and with compassion, we will impact our state for life!


"Save the 12,000" meetings that have already been scheduled are posted below; more will be posted here soon. All meetings begin at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

July 27  --  Dilworth/Moorhead (Pizza Ranch)

Aug. 14  --  Tower (St. Martin's Church)

Aug. 15  --  Virginia (Holy Spirit Church)

Aug. 17  --  International Falls (Evangelical Covenant Church)

Sept. 12  --  Rochester (Co-Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist)

Sept. 18  --  Albertville (Church of St. Albert)

Sept. 19  --  Rosemount (St. Joseph Church)

Sept. 26  --  Little Falls (Holy Family Church Community Center)

Oct. 1  --  West St. Paul (St. Joseph Church)

Oct. 2  --  Redwood Falls (Pizza Ranch)

Oct. 4  --  Winona (Cathedral of the Sacred Heart)

Oct. 5  --  Stillwater (6:45, St. Michael’s Church)

Oct. 6  --  St. Paul (Holy Childhood Catholic Church)

Oct. 8  --  Cokato (1:00 p.m., Grace Hill Church)

Oct. 8  --  Finlayson (2:00 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church)

Oct. 9  --  Fergus Falls (Trinity Lutheran Church)

Oct. 10  --  Litchfield (Church of St. Philip)

Oct. 10  --  Alexandria (New Life Christian Church)

Oct. 11  --  McIntosh (Community Center)

Oct. 12  --  Gaylord (Gaylord Assembly of God)

Oct. 12  --  Detroit Lakes (Holy Rosary Catholic Church)

Oct. 12  --  Mountain Lake (Center Point Church)

Oct. 19  --  Park Rapids (6:30, First Baptist Church)

Oct. 23  --  St. Cloud (Great River Regional Library)

Oct. 24  --  Chanhassen (St. Hubert's Catholic Church)

Oct. 29  --  Coon Rapids (6:30, Church of the Epiphany)

Oct. 30  --  Lakeville (Heritage Center)

Nov. 2  --  Wadena (St. Ann's Catholic Church)

Nov. 4  --  Slayton (Lake Sarah Baptist Church)

Nov. 6  --  Fairmont (Knights of Columbus)

Nov. 9  --  Mankato (Blue Earth County Historical Society)

Nov. 10 --  Shakopee (Parish of Saints Joachim and Anne, St. Mark Campus)

Nov. 13  --  St. Peter (Community Center)

Nov. 17  --  Embarrass (6:00 p.m., Evangelical Free Church of Embarrass)

Nov. 20  --  Duluth (St. Lawrence Church)

Nov. 21  --  Blaine (Mary Ann Young Center)

Nov. 28  --  Austin (Queen of Angels Church)

Nov. 28  --  Bloomington (St. Michael's Lutheran Church)

Dec. 7  --  Burnsville (6:30, Mary, Mother of the Church)

Dec. 11 --  Pipestone (Pizza Ranch)

Jan. 11  --  Cannon Falls (St. Pius V Catholic Church)

Jan. 11  --  Chaska (6:30, Guardian Angels School)

Jan. 16  --  Hastings (6:30, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish)

Jan. 18  --  Delano (St. Maximilian Kolbe, St. Martha Hall on St. Peter Campus)

Jan. 22  --  New Prague (Knights of Columbus Hall)

Jan. 29  --  Mound (Our Lady of the Lake)

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