March for Life on Video

A lovely video on the March for Life, with beautiful faces and a beautiful message.  The Sister of Life is especially eloquent.

 

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6 years 8 months ago
WOW!  An eloquent rebuttal to the cynical and shill voices here who recently accused pro-lifers of simply being political hacks, more interesting in raising money for Republicans than ending abortion!  Sometimes it is the simplest things that speak truth.

It also strikes me that the vibrancy of the pro-life movement and the fact that nearly everyone shown in that video is under the age of thirty-five!  I think that is the direct fruit of the papacy of John Paul II and re-affirms why he will be beatified so soon.  I recently "ruffled some feathers" by suggesting that Pope John Paul would be beatified because some very smart people realize that, internal Church politics notwithstanding, the "stamp" JP II gave to the Church in the latter 20th century is a lasting impact, particularly on the young!  This video is evidence, to my eyes, of that!
6 years 8 months ago
Bravo!!!
Vince Killoran
6 years 8 months ago
And after the march. . . what then? I've heard the views articulated here before. To be honest the video told me nothing about how these folks plan to re-criminalize abortion.

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