|Tens of thousands gather for the May 12 Italian March for Life|
So outside the Philippines, the gay lobby has been increasingly active lately, and thereby the legions firmly upholding traditional marriage have been making their stand known more intensely, too -- particularly in France. There are a couple of news items on that below, along with a thought-provoking analysis on the way media has been treating the issue. You'll also get to read about the effect of the Gosnell trial on one formerly pro-abortion reporter covering the case, and the continued closing down of abortion facilities, this time in California because “we just didn’t have enough patients,” according to a receptionist at one of the facilities. And, some 30,000 life advocates who staged an Italian March for Life got the wonderful surprise of having the Pope suddenly show up during the event. Then there's the horrific "butchering" of an off-duty soldier in Woolwich, England, but as the man lay dying on the pavement and with a crowd looking on from afar (frightened, as the weapon-wielding assailant was meters away), two women came forward and let courage quietly lead the way.
So, read up on those below to get a better idea of the positive developments which took place last month!
|One of many protests against same-sex 'marriage' in France bring together hundreds of thousands, May 26|
France’s youth ready for more teargas: Demonstrations against same-sex ‘marriage’ continue
Tue May 07, 2013
Tamara Rajakariar | 25 May 2013