Reminds me of something I read just yesterday; an interview with Bernard Nathanson, the abortionist who did the most to bring abortion to America. The interview was done after he had changed his mind on abortion and began working with the pro-life movement, but before he became a Catholic. He said one of the things that got him to change his mind was actually going to see one of the protests blocking the entrance to an abortion clinic. Here were all these pro-abortion advocates, their faces twisted with hate, shouting hate at the protesters; all these police who were preparing to arrest them, all this rage directed at them; ... and in the midst of this, knowing they were about to be arrested, these protesters were smiling. They were singing. They were praying. And the fact that they were so calm at that time got him to start questioning his positions, and led him to rejecting abortion.