Helpers of Gods Precious Infants

"Let the little children come to me... The Kingdom of God belongs to such as these"
(Matt 19:14)
Helpers of Gods Precious Infants in Ireland

Is part of a world wide movement aimed at bringing abortion to an end. Founded in 1990by Monsignor Reilly of New York, the movement engages in peaceful, prayerful witness outside abortuaries in the United States.

Our Aim

'Rescue those unjustly sentenced to death. Don't stand back and let them die. Don't try to disclaim responsibility by saying you didn't know about it. For God, who knows all hearts knows yours, and He knows you knew. And He will reward everyone according to his deeds'
(Prov 4:11)

Our Methods

We do not engage in violence, loud protest or argument. It is not our way to condemn or judge. Our way is the way of Jesus Christ - gentle and merciful.

We respect and co-operate with the law of the land.

The Results

In America the results have been absolutely staggering. Literally tens of thousands of babies have been saved and the abortion rate has dropped by 30% in the last 5 years. The number of clinics is half what it was 5 years ago.

Where we pray

We assemble (in Dublin) outside Cahal Brugha Street, Saturday at 11.45 a.m.

Our Lady of Guadalupe. Patroness of the unborn child

We are delighted that the following priests endorse the Helpers of Gods Precious Infants.

How to Join

The Helpers of Gods Precious Infants are totally prayer centred. On any Saturday half of the group will pray outside the abortion referral agency, and the others will pray in front of the Blessed Sacrament.

Because prayer is so important, we need as many people as possible to help.

For more information about the Helpers please phone.

The work of the Helpers of Gods Precious Infants is endorsed in Dublin by
For help in a time of crisis pregnancy, please ring:-

'Fear not for I am with you. Do not be dismayed for I am your God. I will give you strength. I will bring you help.'

(Is 41:10)

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