5,000 people took to the streets last year to March for Life in Dallas. This year, Dallas Bishop Kevin Farrell has challenged to “double the crowd.” This means 10,000 potential supporters peacefully mourning the 37th memorial of the U.S. Supreme Court’s tragic Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion in America and taken the lives of 50 million unborn children.
With the closing of Fairmount abortion center
, the Rosary has been moved to the Routh Street abortion center at 4321 N Central Expy in Dallas.
The schedule:7:30 a.m.
Cathedral Shrine of Guadalupe, 2215 Ross Ave at Pearl St.
Hundreds of people of all ages boarding busses to travel to Routh Street abortion center8-8:45 a.m.
Rosary will be prayed in front of Routh Street abortion center, 4321 N. Central Expressway10 a.m.
The bishops of Dallas and Ft. Worth will preside at Roe Memorial Mass, including a Rose Procession in packed Cathedral with overflow tent outside. Roses are brought to the altar one by one by a person who was born every year since 1973 representing all the years abortion has been legal in the United States, and in memory of their millions of peers killed by abortion each year.Noon
Dallas March for Life heads toward Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse
Marchers witness to life, bringing banners and their own babies for a prayer service and wreath-laying ceremony at the Federal Courthouse
Rally at Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse
Thousands gather to listen to speakers at site where Roe v. Wade was first filed in 1970
Afterward, March for Life continues back to the Cathedral
Uniting around the country
Dallas’ March for Life coincides with Marches for Life all over the country this month, including Austin (Jan. 23); Hawaii (Jan. 22); San Francisco (Jan. 23); Tulsa, Oklahoma (Jan. 22); and Washington, D.C. (Jan. 22).
Visit our Roe Memorial March homepage
for more info!