15,000 Pro-Life People Pack Rome for Italian March for Life

The first March for Life ever in Rome, Italy, saw 15,000 people pack the Italian capital city with balloons, banners, prayers and chants and songs celebrating life for unborn children.

The pro-life participants marched from Colosseo to Castel Sant’Angelo with the mayor of the City, Gianni Alemanno, carrying one of the banners. Some of the banners had statements such as ‘More births and less abortions’, “Each abortion is a dead baby”, ‘Let’s not kill the future’, ‘Life starts from the conception’ and ‘Law 194: State extermination.”

lifenews.com/2012/05/14/15000-pro-life-people-pack-rome-for-italian-march-for-life/

I am happy to hear that they had such a good turn out. Maybe they will be able to affect the future of laws affecting the unborn.

:thumbsup:

viva Italia

Hopefully, the next stop should be here in the Far East! :thumbsup:

The first March for Life ever in Rome, Italy, saw 15,000 people pack the Italian capital city with balloons, banners, prayers and chants and songs celebrating life for unborn children.

Has no one at Lifenews ever been to Rome? Rome wouldn’t be “packed” even with a million and a half visitors, and certainly not with 15,000.

!5,000 would even “pack” Vatican City. :shrug:

That should have been “15,000 wouldn’t even “pack” Vatican City.” :blush:

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