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Join other Orthodox Christians in the 2005 March for Life

Orthodox Christians for Life

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Pro-Life Vespers
Sunday, January 23, 8:00 PM
St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral, 3500 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20007.
His Beatitude Metropolitan HERMAN will preside. A brief fellowship hour will follow, come and meet pro-life Orthodox Christians from around the country. Directions to St. Nicholas are at http://www.stnicholasdc.org

National Memorial to the Pre-Born
Monday, January 24, 8:45 AM
Room 325 (Senate Caucus Chamber) of the Russell Senate building of the US Capitol downtown.
His Eminence Archbishop NATHANAEL, and other Orthodox clergy, monastics and lay faithful will attend the National Pro-Life Religious Council's National Memorial to the Pre-Born service. The service consists of presentations by clergy and laity, including Orthodox speakers.

March for Life
Monday, January 24, 12:00 Noon
The Ellipse - just south of the White House, Washington DC.
Find a long white banner with "Orthodox Christians for Life" and join in. Speeches and prayers begin at noon, then the march heads down Constitution Avenue to the Supreme Court.

OCLife-DC is the Washington DC area chapter of Orthodox Christians for Life, the national organization of Orthodox Christians seeking to witness to the sanctity of life through prayer, education and support for crisis pregnancy centers.

For more information, contact Fr. Alexander Webster at (703) 280-0770 or OCLife-DC at ljones@erols.com.

Posted: 20-Jan-05



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