March For Life

On Friday, January 19th parishioners from Christ the Savior joined other Orthodox Christians and hundreds of thousands of people who gathered for the March For Life in Washington, DC. The march is a pro-life rally protesting abortion, held in the nation's capital near the anniversary of the infamous decision in the United States Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade. This year marked the 45th anniversary and featured an address by President Donald Trump. The opening prayer was led by Metropolitan Tikhon.

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March For Life - 01/19/18

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