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Biggest Irish Pro-Life Rally Ever - Over 30,000 people tell Enda to keep his pro-life promise!

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Uploaded by Dominicans Interactive on Jan 19, 2013

On the 19th of January, 2013, the biggest ever Irish pro-life rally took place in Merrion Square, Dublin - over 30,000 people tell Enda Kenny and Fine Gael to keep his pro-life promise. The vigil ended with a live call to the Taoiseach's constituency office, with a clear message from the tens of thousands at Merrion Square: Enda, keep your pro-life promise! The vigil was organised by Youth Defence, Pro-Life Campaign, Family and Life, The Life Institute and Precious Life.


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  1. Declan Leonard
    1 year ago

    why not put a stop to euthanasia of animals as well while you are at it.i don't understand why women should die when a baby cannot survive.carry a baby full term so it can die naturally?how cruel is that? no one that has suffered a loss of this kind agrees with you.i bet the people on the march last week(and reading my comments)are against homosexuality.

  2. Jennifer, Australia
    1 year ago

    Your enthusiasm is encouraging as we prepare for 40 Days for Life.

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