Christ-centered pro-life pregnancy center to reopen after major damage caused by terror attack by abortion activists


A pro-life New York medical practice and pregnancy center plans to reopen its facility on Monday after it was set on fire by pro-abortion radicals.

CompassCare in Buffalo suffered heavy damage to its building in June, forcing the faith-based organization to close.

Abortion terror group Jane’s Revenge took credit for the attack, spray-painting their signature “Jane Was Here” on the side of the structure.

CompassCare CEO Reverend Jim Harden has promised to restore the building and continue to protect the unborn child. The center achieved this goal in less than two months.

“The Church, through CompassCare, rebuilt our burned-out medical practice in 52 miraculous days under threat of further physical and political attack, Harden said. “These attacks must stop. But, even if they don’t, we will continue to be every woman’s Good Samaritan no matter what, because that’s what Jesus did for us.”

Reverend Harden told CBN News that the abortion debate has led to a watershed moment in history.

“Abortion represents a flashpoint of culture that forces us to reflect on the value of humanity. Abortion represents a fundamental misunderstanding of what it means to be human under God. And if we take the lessons we we’re learning right now, society can rehumanize, we can return to civilized order,” he told CBN News. “The only way to do that is to follow in the footsteps of Christ. He died on the cross for us weak and vulnerable sinners before God. We would die of exposure to our sins. And he said, ‘I am gonna die for you, but you can go and do the same Go and do the same for the weak and vulnerable.

He continued: “There is no one weaker in our society, no one more vulnerable in our society than a woman who thinks she has no choice but to end the life of her child, and the child in her womb whose mother thinks she owes There is no one weaker. And this is how you walk in the footsteps of Jesus. You serve them, you love them, you protect them, you bless them.

A groundbreaking ceremony is also planned where the local police department will issue its first official statement on the status of the investigation into the attack.

CompassCare believes this will be the first public statement from a law enforcement agency regarding the dozens of attacks that have taken place on pro-life pregnancy centers since May.

During the event, Reverend Harden will announce new federal legislation, backed by Congresswoman Claudia Tenney (NY-22), that aims to protect pro-life pregnancy centers by tougher punishments for criminals who attack them. .

The Grand Reopening and Groundbreaking Ceremony will take place at 11:30 a.m. on August 1 at 1230 Eggert Rd, Buffalo, NY.

Jane’s Revenge has bragged about its involvement in numerous acts of vandalism and destruction at pro-life centers this year.

Pro-abortion terrorists have even issued threats declaring it’s “open season” on crisis pregnancy centers that provide essential resources to women, demanding that they close their doors or come under attack.

CBN News is not aware of any arrests in connection with these crimes.


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