Torchlit Procession for 10 Million Victims of Abortion
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A torchlight procession will solemnly commemorate the 10 million lives lost and “countless” families hurt since the passing of Britain’s 1967 Abortion Act.
The Glasgow Torchlight Procession 2023, will take place on Thursday, October 26 at 7 p.m. It will be preceded by a public rosary to begin at 6:30 p.m. in the city’s George Square. A 7:30 p.m. Mass at St. Andrew’s Cathedral will follow. The event “is a peaceful act of witness, not a demonstration,” say organisers SPUC.
In Britain today, 720 unborn children will be killed. Around 620 of those children will be killed in their family home as a result of the deadly pills by post scheme. In Britain this month, 21,600 unborn children will be killed. In Britain this year, at least 260,000 unborn children will be killed. In Britain, since the passing of the 1967 Abortion Act, well over 10 million unborn children have been killed.
SPUC is encouraging everyone of good will who can reach Glasgow’s George Square on October 26 to join the procession and witness to the “lives lost and lives hurt by the violence of abortion.”
“We need to put an end to this injustice that darkens our nation a little bit more each year as the death toll grows. You can be that much needed light in the darkness.”