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Quo Vadis: He Is Out of His Mind! The March for Life and Being Christian in a Neo-Pagan Age Comments

This was the largest March I have ever seen. Its sheer magnitude astounded and reignited my aging passion for the work. However, even more than the size, what inspired me the most was the age of the participants. I could not believe how young all of these people were as I looked around and passed by them. Oh, I know I am getting older, but I am not that old! This great human rights movement is now clearly a Youth movement. Continue Reading

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  1. Mary
    1 year ago

    Be encouraged. I am someone who, until about a year ago, thought abortion was a hopeless cause and destined to be a part of our society. It can only be through God's grace that my eyes were opened to the reality of the horror and that no matter the odds, we must fight and speak out. I'm now actively engaged. I couldn't be in Washington in person but I was there in prayer. God bless you and your efforts. The will of God will prevail!

  2. Lily
    1 year ago

    This is a great article! I loved the ending especially. Thank you for posting this, and thank you for marching for Life.

  3. Rose
    1 year ago

    God bless you, Deacon, and all who marched with you!

  4. Fr. James Farfaglia
    1 year ago

    Awesome article Deacon Keith. I am with you too.


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