This week was
hard here. A lot of people came to Planned Parenthood (an abortion clinic), and
we had a lot of work to do. We tried to
counsel a lot of young women, but the security guard caused problems because he
called the police. When they come, the police always say the same thing: “This
is a public place; you can stay here but you can´t block the door”. After our first ten days the security guard
became more permissive and polite to us. He understood that we were going to
stay here for 3 weeks, and it would be better if we all got along well.
Now we are
six Spaniards in Baltimore because two new arrived three days ago: Alvaro and
Gonzalo. During the week we were helped by a prolife association here; they
sent two volunteers to help us two days a week.
we were very proud of ourselves. Two police detectives came to Planned
Parenthood, and when they left the building Mikel and I went to talk with them.
One of them told us that we were doing good work here, and he gave his sincere
support. Then Jonathan, one of the volunteers from the prolife association in
Baltimore explained to us that police were investigating Planned Parenthood. This
is really good news because maybe in the future they will close it.