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A young life so full of possibilities ...
One of the Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal kneels in prayer at Old St. Pat's before the Witness for Life Mass.
Fr. John Luke, C.F.R. preaches about the people whose lives have been crippled by abortion and the prayers that heal their wounds.
The moment of consecration at the Witness for Life mass.
The Eucharistic Prayer.
In communion with the Saints.
New York's Finest stand between the prayerful and the protesters. Grace abounds.
Fr. Fidelis C.F.R. leads the prayerful past the jeers of protesters; calm but unrelenting courage in the face of adversity.
Walkie-talkies are used by the leaders so that everyone can hear the prayers that are being prayed over the noise of the city.
An unbroken tension held at bay by Our Lady.
The Rosary.
A portrait of virtue.
A portrait of true manhood.
A portrait of strength.
A portrait of sacrifice.
Bleeker Street; space between.
Serious prayer equipment.
A portrait of trust.
A portrait of masculinity.
A portrait echoing the Magnificat.
A portrait of a Mother and her sons.
A portrait of Faith.
A portrait of Grace.
A portrait of love.
Tools of holiness.
Fake news: protesters pointing out those offering an alternative to abortion.
A portrait of contrast.
A sign protesting reality.
Joy.
Prayer meets protest.
Matt Britton, Board Chair of 40 Days for Life thanks those who do sidewalk counseling, and acknowledges the challenges they face.
Sidewalk counselors share about a man and woman who turned away from Planned Parenthood today after a conversation they had.
The Real Presence.
Benediction.
And after a hard morning of witness and prayer, lunch at home of NYC's best pastrami sandwich!
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