However, it seems the article is missing two paragraphs, which should have featured the work of 40 Days for Life.
The only reference to the pro-life group started in Texas is a photo credit, which would indicate that the author is at least vaguely familiar with their work.
40 Days for Life has grown from a small local effort to a global effort reaching more than 300 locations in the U.S. and beyond, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Romania, Russia, etc. Their efforts focus upon the simple recommendation of Christ: pray and fast. And the fruits have been abundant.
While some of the closures of abortions clinics have been linked to new legislation, especially in Texas, a majority of them have closed after the prayer and fasting pressure imposed by 40 Day’s peaceful protests.
And while a pro-life surge is great news, it seems important to give credit where credit is due.