March For Marriage

On Saturday, April 25th, Orthodox Christians gathered together with other Americans in Washington DC for the third annual March For Marriage, which supports both natural, traditional marriage between one man and one woman as well as the right of every American to hold, profess, and practice his or her religious freedom without coersion or persecution from the State.

The Orthodox Christian presence at the March for Marriage was coordinated by Crown Them with Glory and featured a speech by Fr. Johannes (Hans) Jacobse, who addressed the assembled crowd. Fr. Han's address may be viewed in the video below.

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March For Marriage - 04/25/15

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