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Friday, January 28, 2005

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Christine

Not sure how to do an official track back, but my URL has a link to this site about the Walk for Life West Coast. God bless you all for getting this started out there for people who just can't make a cross-country pilgrimage to Washington, D.C., for the March for Life.

Matthew

How about Planned Parenthood's version? Their dishonesty is astounding: "Pro-choice crowd outnumbers anti-choice marchers by more than 3 to 1 in peaceful demonstration."

http://www.ppgg.org/action/inthenews.asp?ID=216

Paul

I am a native San Franciscan (third generation), but no longer live in the city. Their rabid intolerance of the pro-life walk on January 22 is nothing short of abysmal. God bless the pro-lifers who marched bravely in the midst of the abortion crowd, seemingly none of whom have learned the term "polite disagreement."
If I had to pick a single reason why I choose not to live in my home town anymore, it would have to be the rigidly liberal, secular humanist mindset that permeates the City by the Bay. A city of acceptance has stopped accepting anyone who does not toe the heterodox line; a city of tremendous Catholicism has rejected its own history and now vilifies organized religion at all, save the pagan or Wiccan crowd, whose moral teachings are squishy at best.
I love the Church, and when the choice comes to love home or Rome, there isn't any competition. God love you pro-life marchers, and grant you the prayers you no doubt offered fervently on the 22nd.

Paul Nowak
Chicago, IL

Paul

I am a native San Franciscan (third generation), but no longer live in the city. Their rabid intolerance of the pro-life walk on January 22 is nothing short of abysmal. God bless the pro-lifers who marched bravely in the midst of the abortion crowd, seemingly none of whom have learned the term "polite disagreement."
If I had to pick a single reason why I choose not to live in my home town anymore, it would have to be the rigidly liberal, secular humanist mindset that permeates the City by the Bay. A city of acceptance has stopped accepting anyone who does not toe the heterodox line; a city of tremendous Catholicism has rejected its own history and now vilifies organized religion at all, save the pagan or Wiccan crowd, whose moral teachings are squishy at best.
I love the Church, and when the choice comes to love home or Rome, there isn't any competition. God love you pro-life marchers, and grant you the prayers you no doubt offered fervently on the 22nd.

Paul Nowak
Chicago, IL

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