Americans can still participate in the pro-life "Way of the Cross" prayer vigil, even if it's been cancelled locally.
Eric Scheidler of the Pro-Life Action League says the "Way of the Cross for Victims of Abortion" is an annual event held at more than 100 abortion clinics across the country.
"People go out to abortion facilities … outside where the children are being killed, and pray a Way of the Cross, which is kind of a journey along with Christ during His condemnation and His journey with His cross, and then finally His execution and His burial," Scheidler details.
Pro-lifers recognize elements from Jesus' passion and death relate with the children who are being aborted.
Though locations that have drawn large crowds in the past have canceled the event this year because of the coronavirus, all Americans can still participate, as Scheidler and his family will be at the Planned Parenthood in Aurora, Illinois on Good Friday.
"We're going to be live streaming on Facebook, so … you'll be able to join along with those prayers and be a part of this service so that we will not forget these children," the pro-lifer shares.
During the pandemic, Scheidler says has realized how dependent people are on one another other, which reminds him of how unborn children depend on others to stand in gap to protect them from abortion.