We marched in the Dallas March for Life today. It was a beautiful, but somber, Texas day and thousands were in attendance.
These marches are absolutely vital to bringing about real change, a real Culture of Life, and in helping us to fully face the reality of this great injustice. Please get involved in one near you. There are many more planned for this coming Friday and Saturday for the 37th anniversary of the Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision.
I wrote more about the day and posted other pictures and a cool video over on my National Catholic Register blog. Please check it out!
Here is another video we put together of part of Bishop Farrell’s speech at the Rally:
I literally only saw one person out there protesting against the March for Life. Here she is:
I asked her why she was out there. Her answer made less sense than her sign did. In summary, she called us all a bunch of hypocrites who want to over-populate the world. And she thinks that because we are trying to stop people from killing innocent human life that we are “intolerant.” A very confused girl, indeed. But compared to the tiny (but rude and violent) pro-abortion crowds I’ve personally encountered at Marches for Life in the past, she was actually very delightful.
A few more pics:
It was also a real blessing to run into so many great friends today, including the CFRs, Taylor Marshall, Sue Laux from FW Youth 4 Life, Marisa Alvarado from CPLC and many more. This amazing pro-life movement in the United States is fueled by so many different organizations and people working hard in their own ways. It is very neat to be a part of it.