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Pro-Life Freedom Riders at the National Memorial for the Unborn - October 16, 2010

The Pro-Life Freedom Riders participated in a Ceremony at the National Memorial for the Unborn, a site that used to be a killing center. This memorial now stands as a symbol of hope and healing. Men and women from around the world memorialize their children who were lost to abortion, by commissioning special plaques that bear a message of love and hope for those children. These plaques cover the walls of the Memorial and are an invitation to countless others to seek the mercy and healing that come from the Lord. The ceremony wasl be a nationwide call to repentance, healing, and testimony.

See photos from the Freedom Ride rally on Friday night.

See photos from the Freedom Ride prayer vigil at Planned Parenthood

 

  
Patricia Lindley gives the history of the National Memorial for the Unborn, which is built on the site of a former abortion mill. A pro-life group in Chattanooga had to outbid an abortionist for the property

Father Frank invites Rachel's Vineyard co-founders Dr. Theresa and Kevin Burke to address the crowd at the National Memorial for the Unborn.

Pastor Toby Brogden of Greenwood Baptist Church shares a Scripture reflection.

An honor guard from the Knights of Columbus watches over the proceedings at the National Memorial for the Unborn.

Priest for Life's Margaret Sciarrino shares the story of her abortion at 17.


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