Sister Mariae Agnus Dei knows God worked a miracle in a young woman’s life as she sat inside a New York City Planned Parenthood, waiting to abort her unborn baby.
How the miracle happened, though, the Sisters of Life superior at the St. Frances de Chantal Convent in the Bronx has no idea.
She told the National Catholic Register that it happened about a decade ago when an 18-year-old single woman prayed for a miracle for herself and her unborn baby.
Feeling distressed and alone, the young woman did not have strong family support. Though she hesitated about an abortion, she made an appointment anyway.
“God, if you don’t want me to do this, please send me a sign,” the young woman prayed before leaving for her abortion appointment. Two friends went with her to offer their support, according to the report.
“She sat there in the waiting room, filling out the paperwork — and she was restless,” Sister Mariae Agnus Dei told the Register. “So she went over to the brochure rack and was drawn to one brochure in particular.
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“By some miracle of God, our informational brochure had made it into the waiting room of Planned Parenthood — and to this day we don’t know how! She read the brochure and started to cry. She knew this was the answer to her prayer,” she continued.