Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Walkers spread culture of life with tiny steps

Crossroads group begin three-month trek from Vancouver, to Montreal, to Ottawa
Crossroads walkers Anthony Finch (left), Amy MacInnis, Anna Beresford,
Mariana Mazzarolo, Lucy Landry, Bethany Atkinson, Ian Gallagher, and Corinne
Kelley dipped their toes in the water at Kitsilano Beach May 20.
Alistair Burns / The B.C. Catholic. 

Mention the word "summer" to university students and they might mention a road trip to a rock concert, camping, or a dreary desk job. However, 10 enthusiastic pro-lifers from Crossroads will spend their summer witnessing to a noble cause as they trek across Canada for the pro-life cause. Read Alistair Burns's full story on The B.C. Catholic website.

Other stories recently posted to bccatholic.ca include:

A network of pro-life pregnancy centres in Colorado is the latest to take to the streets with a mobile ultrasound unit that it hopes will help women choose life and reject abortion. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Father Richard Doll, OMI, pastor of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish in St. Walburg, Sask., was inspired by the Year of Faith. He had spoken on the subject a couple of times during the last year, but felt the need to reach out to those he no longer saw in the pews of his parish every Sunday. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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