The Chester County Pro-Life Coalition will host the “Chester County March for Life” on June 5 to “mourn 25 years of abortion at Planned Parenthood in West Chester.”
The morning will begin with a 9 a.m. Mass celebrated by Philadelphia Auxiliary Bishop John McIntyre at St. Agnes Parish, located at 233 W. Gay Street in West Chester.
At the same time, a Protestant prayer service will be held at Christ Church, 200 S. Church Street in West Chester.
Following the Mass and prayer service, participants will gather at 10:15 a.m. and march to Planned Parenthood at 8 S. Wayne Street in West Chester for prayer. Afterwards, the march will continue to Chester County’s Historic Courthouse, where program speakers will include author and commentator Kathy Barnette, pro-life educator Pete De Maio, Pastor Joseph Stigora of Family Life Ministries and Covenant Fellowship Church, and Generation Life speaker and educator Dominic Sceski.
For more information, visit checscoprolife.org/CCMarchforLife.
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