An annual pro-life campaign brings Christmas to abortion clinics in a very special way.
Pro-Life Action League has had a successful campaign in the Chicago area for 15 years that has since spread nationwide.
Action League executive director Eric Scheidler says the Peace in the Womb Christmas Caroling Day calls for pro-lifers to sing Christmas carols at abortion clinics behind an empty manger.
"Christmas is a time when it's especially horrific to think about abortion," he says, "because this is when we all pause and reflect on the hope and joy that entered into the world with the birth of a child, the Christ child."
The hope is that women going into the abortion clinics reflect on the Christmas message, not only on Christ's incarnation but on a scared, poor, young girl named Mary.
"Who says yes to God's call to become a mother," he says, "and that they themselves will not be able to go through abortion.
A list of caroling locations on the Pro-Life Action League web site as well as a video explaining the project and resources to help save preborn children this Christmas season, and to save mothers from the scars of abortion.