23rd August

Today with 3 others from this locality I went to a pro-life witness in Dublin. I am somewhere here in the crowdpro life rally outside the General Post Office on O’Connell St. If you are outside of Ireland and are unaware of the current abortion controversy, click on this link: http://www.thelifeinstitute.net/latest-news/if-kenny-had-a-conscience-he-would-be-ashamed-of-what-has-happened-to-this-child/

During his recent trip to Korea, Pope Francis visited a symbolic cemetery for aborted babies. Here’s an article from http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/pope-francis-prays-at-korean-cemetery-for-aborted-babies-82851/

Seoul, South Korea, Aug 16, 2014 / 07:44 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- En route from visiting a rehabilitation center in Kkottognae and on his way to meet with Korean religious, Pope Francis stopped and prayed for a few minutes at local cemetery for aborted children.

The Holy Father got out of the Kia Pope Mobile in which he was being transported to pray at aborted babies cemeterythis location, accompanied by a Korean Bishop and a priest acting as his translator.
With his hands clasped together, Pope Francis prayed in silence before this cemetery which contains a prominent statue of the Holy Family and a great quantity of white crosses commemorating the children who have been aborted.

In comments to CNA, Kim Doh Woo, a teacher in Kkottognae, explained that “this is the place where we pray for the babies, for those babies that were killed by abortion.”
“Many people visit this place and pray for their baby or for other babies. This cross is not a tomb, but rather it represents the baby’s soul; this is a place of prayer.”

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