From left, United Church of Christ ministers Robert Patterson and Janice Edwards Barnes stand next to United Methodist minister Wally Shearburn in front of a St. Louis Planned Parenthood office. Each year on the Saturday closest to the Roe v. Wade Jan. 22 anniversary, clergy from Missouri Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice rally in front of the clinic to support its staff, an organizer said.
If you're interested in finding out how people who claim to love God can advocate killing the youngest and must vulnerable of his creation, read here.
Also - isn't it interesting: the Aging White Baby Boomers on the pro-abortion side (I refuse to call it pro-choice since Planned Parenthood really doesn't offer women an informed choice with support either way, but pushes abortion as though it were a sacrament and because it's their money-making industry) while feminsts/liberal media are always accusing the Pro-Life movement of being all white middle-aged males?
For contrast, vist my photo album from the March for Life 2007.
Read about and listen to an African-American perspective at Abortion and African-American genocide.
After being at the March myself for two years, three words come to mind about the pro-life movement: youth, vitality, diversity.
Oh yeah, and respect for our Creator - trust that through Him even what seems to us - in our limited vision - the greatest misfortune/inconvenience/tragedy can be turned to great good.