Northeast Stand Up for Life Rally
St. Katherine Church 970 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19114
Start Date and Time:
January 22nd 2PM
End Date and Time
January 22nd 3PM
Please show your support for protecting the sanctity of all human life in Northeast Philadelphia, as we observe the 44th anniversary of the infamous January 22, 1973 U.S. Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision.
Hear inspiring messages and learn how you can effectively contribute to this great cause.
Featured Speakers: Christopher Smith
Christopher Smith lives in Huntingdon Valley. He is the creator, composer and lyricist of the Broadway musical Amazing Grace. This inspirational musical tells the story of the late 18th Century conversion of John Newton from slave trader to Christian abolitionist in Great Britain, who became the writer of Amazing Grace and other Christian hymns.
In addition to bearing witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Chris created this musical to inspire involvement in the pro-life movement’s current efforts to protect children and mothers from abortion. Chris is a professional speaker and consultant on creativity, who has spoken to other pro-life organizations.
Katelyn D’Adamo lives in Northeast Philadelphia. She is a full-time pro-life activist and chastity educator with Generation Life. Katelyn also serves as a leader with the Catholic young adult group, Fire of Faith.
A reception to follow in the church basement.
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