Pictures from the Front Lines

Our son and I are now home from today’s March for Life.  As with the last two years, it was a joy-filled, sorrowful day.  Mostly, as with the last two years, I was struck by the huge numbers of children, teens, and college students in attendance.  And our son ate up the Youth Mass and Youth Rally at the Verizon Center, energized by the homily from Fr. Mark Ivany and sustained by the Eucharist.

Thousands upon thousands of people were there–making up the only group of protesters ever to descend on Washington to act against their own self-interest (as P.J. O’Rourke once said).  Folks, we’re going to win this war.  I don’t know when, but it’s going to happen.  The culture of death is doing exactly what you’d expect–dying.

Here are pics:

 

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7 Responses to Pictures from the Front Lines

  1. Therese says:

    We need to have some marches for life here in Australia. Looks like there were lots of people there. Did the msm report on it?

  2. Nikki says:

    There is always very little coverage in the media. My favorite report on the attendance was a tweet yesterday:
    @badgercatholicBadger Catholic
    Wow, the March for Life must have been made up of 250,000 ninjas — they all slipped past the attention of the media. Amazing! #marchforlife

  3. Rich Hunter says:

    It was great to be part of the army of stealth ninjas down there with Jason. The fog and rain made it easier than usual to slip past the media, as they busily filmed the dozen or so pro-choicers. Nice pictures, Jason!

  4. Jill D. says:

    I attended this with my parents as a kid, it was an incredible experience. I’m glad you guys are able to get your family involved. Thanks for marching!

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