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    4.30 pm, Marrion Square. Its going to be massive. Play your part...


    Unite for Life Vigil - 19th January 2013


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    Couple of letters in last week's Irish Catholic (no, I don't buy it) saying they regretted the last Rally for life had been so religious. Might put some people off who are not religious. Seems this one will also be run by the Catholic church.

    Youth 2000 - "Youth leading youth to the heart of the church" says it all really.

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    There's hugely positive vibes from people all over the country about January 19th.

    I don't care if the people who turn up are religous or not.

    Saving the lives of unborn babies goes way beyond religion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silvio Dante View Post
    There's hugely positive vibes from people all over the country about January 19th.

    I don't care if the people who turn up are religous or not.

    Saving the lives of unborn babies goes way beyond religion...
    Even though you posted you gave Sinn Fein a preference vote in the last general election and I'd love to be there, I have some shirts to iron on that specific day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silvio Dante View Post
    There's hugely positive vibes from people all over the country about January 19th.

    I don't care if the people who turn up are religous or not.

    Saving the lives of unborn babies goes way beyond religion...
    That's was the point of the objection. If these marches/rallies are perceived as Catholic then it is assumed you are against abortion because of your religion beliefs - and not because you care about the unborn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev408 View Post
    Even though you posted you gave Sinn Fein a preference vote in the last general election and I'd love to be there, I have some shirts to iron on that specific day.
    Planning a funeral? Colour party?

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    i'm an atheist and i'll be attending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True Republican View Post
    i'm an atheist and i'll be attending.
    Should be a great day out!

    True Republican you might want to consider John Bunyan's Visions of Heaven and Hell
    John Bunyan, Visions of Heaven and Hell He almost went the route of an atheist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmal View Post
    Couple of letters in last week's Irish Catholic (no, I don't buy it) saying they regretted the last Rally for life had been so religious. Might put some people off who are not religious. Seems this one will also be run by the Catholic church.

    Youth 2000 - "Youth leading youth to the heart of the church" says it all really.
    The Trots wil enjoy attacking it. They like attacking old Catholic ladies. That said, any opposition to Labour Party autocracy is good.

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