The San Francisco Walk for Life hopes to help women remember the damage that abortion does to all involved and rebuild the pro-woman culture in a way that supports life.
- The San Francisco Walk for Life hopes to help women remember the damage that abortion does to all involved and rebuild the pro-woman culture in a way that supports life, according LifeSite News.
- Near the end of the presentation, the keynote speaker harshly rebuked President Joe Biden for his aggressive pro-abortion stance alongside claiming to be a Catholic.
- Speakers for the event included community leaders, members of the clergy, and even one woman with Down syndrome who called out those who approve of abortion in the case of birth defects.
WHAT SPEAKERS SAID:
- “I have a message for Joe Biden,” said Irene Zamorano-Archacki, a mother of seven and Silent No More Awareness Coordinator for Los Angeles County.“You are a baptized Catholic, sir,” said Zamorano-Archacki. “Start acting like it.”
- “The enemies of life were outraged and the defenders of life were jubilant when this year’s recipient issued an infamous pastoral letter defending life,” said Dolores Meehan as she prepared to announce the surprise winner of this year’s Gianna Molla Award for pro-life heroism. “John Lennon sang so famously, ‘Imagine there’s no heaven, no religion, too,”’ noted Meehan.
- “This year’s recipient said, ‘Imagine there’s no abortion,’” said Meehan before calling San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone to the stage to receive the pro-life heroism award. “Life is winning, and life will win,” proclaimed the visibly surprised and moved archbishop, “and we will rebuild a culture of life.”
- Roe. v. Wade legalized abortion nationwide in 1973. It’s estimated by the National Right to Life Committee that almost 63.5 million babies have been killed in abortion since, according to Life News.
- In 2022 there have already been almost 3.3 million abortions performed worldwide, at the time of this writing according to Worldomemters.
- That statistic equates to roughly the same number of people as the population of Houston, Texas, and San Jose, California combined having lost their lives to abortion this year, before the end of January.