My beautiful niece Maggie, and APL mascot, marched for Life in Washington, DC, yesterday with almost one-half million other people, a very small percentage of the many millions of pro-life Americans who are calling for the protection of all human life from the moment of conception. Maggie and her sisters made their own pro-life posters and carried them in the March.
Pro-lifers start young and March for Life faithfully every year on the anniversary of the Supreme Court death warrant Rove v. Wade which declared an entire class of human beings unworthy of protection, transforming the nation's capitol into a sea of joyful humanity ready to defend God's gift of human life for every person no matter how small.
Thank you, Maggie, and thanks to all of those persons both young and young-at-heart, who march every day for human life in prayer, fasting and untiring efforts for the day when all human life is loved, respected and protected outside and inside the womb.
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