More and more attendees at the Walk for Life West Coast continue to assert that on January 25 they took part in something really quite special. Here is the opening paragraph of an article at Catholic Exchange by Steven Jonathan Rummelsburg:
“The difference between the culture of life and the culture of death was brought into stark relief on Saturday January 25th, in the benighted city of San Francisco. The Walk for life was a pocket of sanity enveloped in an immense scheme of global madness! It was a ray of light in a massive moral void and the “dark did not comprehend it.” The fellowship, the properly ordered love, the moral stand to support life against a tsunami of death was truly a feast for the soul. It was a great turn out, perhaps 60,000 marchers, and a great show of goodness beginning to grow against the looming shadow in a darkening world.”
You can read the rest of Mr. Rummelsburg’s observations here.
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