Tuesday, January 05, 2010

The Greatest Moral Challenge of Our Age

The 2010 San Francisco Walk for Life will be a life-affirming and life-changing experience for those who march -- as it was last year. I am privileged to know some of the people who work so hard to make this walk the amazing success it has become, and I can tell you they are among the finest people I have ever known. Here's last years march:



From a November release from the organizers of the SF Walk for Life:

On January 23, 2010, to be a vocal and visual message that people of the West Coast stand for life. Reach out to women harmed by abortion. Inform society of the damage done to women by abortion. Join us as we walk along San Francisco's waterfront, a great example of natural and manmade beauty, as we demonstrate for that most beautiful gift--life! We call upon all people of good will to join us!

6th Annual Walk for Life - Saturday, January 23, 2010, San Francisco, CA

Time: 11:00 am

Location: Justin Herman Plaza on Market Street

Speakers include:

Lila Rose, President of Live Action
Irene Beltran with Georgette Forney, Silent No More
Jim Garlow, Lead Pastor of Skyline Church
Rev. Clenard Childress, Director of LEARN
The St. Giana Molla Award will be presented to David Bereit, National Campaign Director of 40 Days for Life

After the Walk, a Silent No More Gathering will take place where it concludes. Contact Georgette Forney via phone at 800-707-6635 or email here. You must be pre-registered to share your testimony here.

There will be an Info Faire at the end of the Walk at Marina Greens. To exhibit at the Info Fiare, please fill out form and email it here.

The following bishops will be joining us: Archbishop George Niederauer (San Francisco), Bishop William Justice (San Francisco), Bishop Salvatore Cordileone (Oakland), Bishop Stephen Blaire (Stockton), Bishop Armando Ochoa (El Paso, TX)

1 comment:

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