March for Life 2013 Photos
Provided by Kris Edwards
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More than 50 photos of people and events at March for Life are available for you to dowload, but because of the relatively large number, its a tad more complicated to do so than if we were dealing with only a dozen or so. So please bear with us.
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Photo # Subject
095 Grandma, Veronica, Raymond, Kateri & Grace
100 Grace holds French sign for her French teacher
101 Reporter getting ready
102 Sign pick-up area
103 * “
104 Banner from Blessed john XXIII Parish, Toronto
105 Global News
106 EWTN interview area
107 Fathers Jerry Tavares & Luis Lapinid
108 Kris & Fr. Gene
109 Nice view of clock tower
110 Erick, our bus monitor
111 The grounds are packed
115 People on the Hill
116 More people on the Hill
117 Painting maintenance (we were surrounded by construction)
118 Yet more people on the Hill
119 Just views
124 Emergency vehicles
125 Listening to speakers while waiting to march
126 “ “
127 Police directing people, traffic
128 Veronica & granddaughter waiting in the hot sun
130 Cardinal Collins getting ready for EWTN broadcast
131 Another great sign
133 Cardinal Thomas Collins on EWTN
134 Starting to march
135 Deacon John Perdue (smiling as usual) as Bishop DeAngelis signs an autograph.
136 One of CLC’s pioneers, Jim Hughes, handing out End Gendercide bracelets
139 Beautiful and stately
140 More maintenance for preservation
141 Kateri, Grace & Veronica (3 generations) enjoying the tulips
142 more tulips
144 High School choir/band entertainment for spirits boosting
145 Plenty of police!
146 Music & singing. Lots of energy
147 Welcoming returning marchers
149 Excellent acoustics!
150 Students returning
151 Music was excellent
153 Another great sign
155 Post-abortion talks, men and women.
“I regret my abortion”
168 “Choose Life” T-shirt
169 A view from the flame
170 This priest (name unknown) brought his basengie (a very old breed from Egypt -- maybe Jesus had one for a pet!)
172 He posed for me!
175 Corry, Janine & Olivia from Wooler, waiting with the group to board the bus.
14E6.. sent from my niece, Kateri: her daughter Grace with Kris.