Conservative groups plan prayer vigil against pornography
A coalition of conservative groups plans to hold a “National Day of Prayer” against smut.
Morality in Media announced Friday that Alliance Defending Freedom, American Family Association, Family Research Council, Concerned Women for America, Movieguide and “many more” groups would participate in the event on December 10.
“The war on pornography can only be won with the blessing of Almighty God and we humbly join together to seek that blessing,” said Patrick Trueman, president of Morality in Media. “This day is set aside to help those who are struggling with pornography addictions as well as their families, and to inspire and encourage those involved in this fight.”
Morality in Media believes that viewing sexual explicit content leads to the breakdown of families, violence against women and other social ills.
Last year, the conservative group convinced Republican presidential candidates Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich to agree to crack down on “obscene” websites if they were elected president.
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