Catholic World News
January 22, 2010
Tens of thousands of American pro-life activists joined in the annual March for Life in Washington on January 22, marking the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision. The marchers crowded the city's streets and thronged over the Mall. Yet in another annual occurrence, major media outlets virtually ignore the massive rally-- or, if they reported on it, gave roughly equal time to the few dozen counter-protestors.
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Abortion opponents attend march in D.C. (Washington Times)
Abortion activists mark Roe vs. Wade (UPI)
Slide show from March for Life (Washington Times)
"Vigil Mass for Life: 45 Bishops, 350 Priests, 65 Deacons, 550 Seminarians"
"Sarah Palin Promotes March for Life, Joins Virtual March"
"U.S. Congressmen Decry Abortion on Anniversary of Roe v. Wade"
From CNA, "Pro-life marchers flood D.C. in protest of legalized abortion"
From Catholic Online, "Weather Doesn’t Dampen Pro-Life Spirit: No Exception, No Compromise!"
From Catholic News Service, "Participants at annual March for Life urged to keep up their efforts"
"300,000 March for Life in US Capital"
"Abortion Judged Morally Wrong by US Majority"