Dec 27, 2009

Let's remember our abortion-targeted babies on the Feast of the Holy Innocents, December 28

On the Feast of the Holy Innocents, December 28, let's remember L.A.'s abortion-targeted babies and those of all California and our entire country.

The great Catholic group Women for Faith & Family has resources (click on this post's title) for observing the Feast of the Holy Innocents, including a Novena for Protection of the Unborn.

Did you know that the Holy Innocents Reparation Committee used to hold a big pro-life candlelight march in the heart of Hollywood on the evening of every December 28, and movie stars such as Ricardo Montalban and Ann Blyth used to lead decades of the Rosary at Blessed Sacrament Church after the march? God bless everyone who took part.

By the way, Women for Faith & Family is my source for the painting above, Giotto's Massacre of the Innocents (1304-1306). Pro-lifers will notice that the pile of slain babies in Giotto's 700-year-old painting closely resembles today's actual photos of aborted babies.

2 Comments:

Blogger Olivia said...

Glory to Jesus Christ!

Just an FYI for the Feast of Holy Innocents, 2010 - St. Therese Church (Alhambra, CA) annually celebrates a special evening Mass on the feast day, followed by Eucharistic candlelight procession through the neighborhood.

12:06 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Olivia,

Thank you for this great news about St. Therese Church's Holy Innocents Feast Day Mass and Eucharistic candlelight procession!

We should all mark our calendars right now to be in Alhambra that night!

8:50 PM  

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