He also handed everyone a Miraculous Medal and told them the beautiful story behind the medal and God’s great love for us.” Verastegui told the women that he did not judge them.He said he knew they were suffering and he cared about them, but they were not alone.He also declared that he had decided to turn down offers to play roles in films that conflicted with his Catholic beliefs.
Verástegui was born in Xicoténcatl, Tamaulipas, Mexico.
Instead, he gave each nurse a Miraculous Medal and his DVD.
They didn’t want to watch his DVD, but promised to do so simply because he requested it.
For example, I was at an abortion clinic that in the last three years more than 12 women — young ladies — have died.
They don’t tell you that.” Verastegui explained, “I was counting all the women lined up for an abortion. And I said all I want to do here is to share with you a video on the hard truth about what is going on inside [that place]. By the grace of God, four babies were saved this morning.” All of the women wept while watching his video, but he doesn’t know what three of them decided. He inquires, “Did you know that minority children are being aborted at more than double the rate of white children? Then, introducing the segment showing abortion victims, Verastegui says, “Perhaps you question whether it is necessary to show a video like this, and my answer is the same that they give in schools about showing movies of the Nazi holocaust…In Los Angeles, on Saturday, September 27, the Mexican superstar of Latin America, Eduardo Verastegui and several of his friends joined the 40 Days for Life prayer campaign outside Family Planning Associates, an abortion business at 601 S. He went there for two reasons: to help mothers and their unborn children, and to warn people about the number-one abortion celebrity, Sen. Until November 2, citizens of 179 cities in 47 of the United States and the District of Columbia are enrolled in 40 Days for Life, peacefully praying outside abortion locations to end the holocaust.