Politico’s recent leak of the Supreme Court’s first draft of the alleged overturning of Roe v. Wade shook the United States.
Pro-lifers and pro-abortion advocates stormed the internet with reactions, and many even made their way to the Supreme Court building.
However, while mainstream media outlets focus on the pro-abortion protesters, Catholic University students quietly prayed outside of the Supreme Court building on Monday night.
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Daily Signal news producer Douglas Blair posted a video of several students quietly praying the rosary while “angry protesters screamed in the background”.
As of this writing, the video generated almost 250,000 views.
Here’s the video below:
Catholic University students quietly praying the rosary. Angry protestors scream in the background. pic.twitter.com/KLw69qXc1l
— Douglas Blair (@DouglasKBlair) May 3, 2022
The video’s caption reads, “Catholic University students quietly praying the rosary. Angry protestors scream in the background. ”
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While the students peacefully pray, protesters scream, “Keep your rosaries off my ovaries!”
Here’s what some users said about the video:
Live Action founder Lila Rose wrote, “No evil force in the world is a match for the power of prayer. 🙏”
Another user said, “Fr. Chad Ripperger, an exorcist, has said that the demons shriek loudest before the Lord banishes them. I believe him.”
Another user said, “Evil never wins, even if it makes more noise.”
One user also said, “One side is quietly praying while the other is dancing, shrieking and mocking the others’ prayers. It’s not hard to see who the good guys are here.”
This user quoted Psalm 139: 13-14.
“For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.”
Pray for peace and an end to abortion! 🙏🙏🙏
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