Despite the rain and snow, the Belfast Rally for Life was lit up by a series of passionate speakers on Saturday – and Down Syndrome rights activist Conor O’Dowd was indisputably the star of the show.
A major pro-life Rally which will take place in Belfast at the weekend, will hear that 25 years after the Good Friday agreement, communities must “call for peace” in order to “end the violence of abortion”.
The first March for Life in the U.S. since the overturning of Roe v. Wade has seen huge crowds throng Washington DC vowing to continue supporting woman and babies until abortion becomes unthinkable.
Considerable preparation by the Cavan pro-life activists ensured a great turnout for the event and a positive and optimistic atmosphere prevailed.
The March for Life UK took place in London at the weekend, attended by an estimated 7,000 people. It’s the largest number to ever attend the March to Parliament Square, and the turnout is proof that Britain’s pro-life movement has found its voice.
After such a long period of Covid lockdowns, it's great to be back meeting in person again, and an important date for your diary is tomorrow week - Saturday September 3rd (3pm) when an important pro-life meeting will take place in Cavan.
Just last month, we gathered for the national All-Ireland Rally for Life - and the thousands who took part were inspired to bring their recharged joy back to their hometowns.
The 10th of August 2022 marks an unforgettable day for India as it held its very first National March for Life in New Delhi.
Organisers of the Rally for Life in Dublin on Saturday have said they were “delighted” with the “energy and optimism” of those attending the event, after thousands of people packed O’Connell Street and the quays in a colourful display of pro-life strength ahead of the Abortion Review in autumn.
Thousands are expected to pack Dublin city centre streets at the Rally for Life this Saturday as supporters from around the country attend the biggest pro-life event of the year.
The media helped to spread a lie: JOHN MCGUIRK walks through the politically motivated smearing of a Limerick prayer group, for which nobody in journalism, or politics, will ever apologise.
Thousands have rallied in Croatia at a series of pro-life marches to oppose abortion and support the right to doctors to refuse to perform abortions as a matter of conscience.