Last week, while in Rome, Reggie Littlejohn had the opportunity to meet Pope Francis during an audience arranged by MaterCare. Littlejohn stated, “I have greatly admired Pope Francis but never thought I would have the opportunity to meet him face to face.
It was an overwhelming experience to shake his hand and to tell him of our work fighting forced abortion and saving baby girls from sex-selective abortion. He has a warm, humble and profound presence.” Littlejohn was in Rome to address the tenth anniversary international conference of MaterCare International, a Vatican-related non-profit that provides maternal healthcare to impoverished African women.
Littlejohn was also the featured speaker at the Rome premiere of the “It’s a Girl” film about gendercide and forced abortion in India and China. She had previously spoken — together with filmmakers Evan Grae Davis and Andrew Brown — at the premieres of the film at the European and British Parliaments, as well as at the United States Capitol.
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