That's a most beautiful picture, John Grace. It must make you proud to
be Irish. And everyone
can be proud on March 17th,
Because on St. Patrick's Day,
"Everyone's Irish." HAHAHAHA
But seriously, if only the Irish in America could have stirred interest like
this 40 years ago before the sacrament of satan was instituted here on
January 23rd, a date that will live in infamy, and in eternity, et in saecula
There must have been a lot of pictures. There are pro-life groups all over
the world that would love to have pictures, lots of pictures, and picture
books, even, of this fine day.
They say "good news doesn't sell" and maybe that's true sometimes,
but I think this would be one of the exceptions. I hope they come out
with a photo-essay book, and some interviews, some reporters'
questions answered on the streets. That would be nice.
"If abortion is legalised it will be too late to make your voice heard."
How true, how true!
You know, this isn't off topic, really, you can check just about any calendar
in America and find that the appellation of "Saint" or at least "St." endures
only on the day of Ireland's patron, St. Patrick. You could say that he is
the sole survivor of the saints' holocaust in the modern world.
There used to be days named for St. Joseph, St. Anthony, St. Stephen,
St. Valentine, and others. But when the wreckovationists did their dirty
work in 1961, sort of getting the unclean spirit geared up for Vatican II,
all the days with saints' names were remodeled. The runner-up is
Valentine's Day, but it used to be universally known as Saint Valentine's
Day. Now it's just Valentine's Day, but it's still Feb. 14th.
Through it all, St. Patrick's Day still shines, still March 17th, and still green.
And through it all, the Irish are still pro-life, and that is really, really good
God Bless the Irish!
Again, and again!!
............................................. Please! ...