2005 St. Louis Pro-Life Mass and March (Updated x2)

Today was the annual Pro-Life Mass and March here in St. Louis.

Life Mass Marchers

The principle celebrant was Archbishop Raymond Burke, and many parish priests concelebrated. Myself and six other seminarians assisted in server's roles (I was a vimp, holding the Archbishop's Mitre). The march began after Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, and we marched from the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis to the Planned Parenthood abortion mill in St. Louis. On the way to PP, we prayed the Joyful Mysteries of the rosary, while standing in front of PP, we prayed the Sorrowful Mysteries, and while returning, we prayed the Glorious Mysteries. We finished the morning with Benediction.

The whole event went smoothly, but every time I go to this Mass and march (it's a monthly event, with today's being the annual 'largest' one), I feel great pity for all the women who have abortions on these Saturdays, and I am saddened that the women would submit their bodies and their babies to Planned Parenthood's murderous acts.

Planned Parenthood Abortion Mill

Even the facility looks more like a prison than a "Reproductive Health Center". You may view more pictures from the event by clicking here.

Please pray for an end to abortion!

UPDATE: The Curt Jester, The Dawn Patrol, and LifeSteward have linked to this article - these blogs are well worth reading, IMHO.