On the Line for Justice in Perú

by | Mar 19, 2016 | Church, Justice and Peace, News, Vincentian Family


Dear friends at .famvin,

I hope you are well. Here’s the article about the March for Life in Perú:

The March for Life is organized by the Archdiocese of Lima. We look to defend life from conception. In this fourth time, around 750,000 people participated.

God unites, does not divide. This march is a space for encounter. Seminarians and those from the consecrated life; candidates and elected officials; secular and religious — they left behind their differences to support the dignity of the human person. Even on this occasion, ( a rarity in Latin America) together Catholics and evangelicals participated.

Of course the Vincentian Family of Peru was present. Members of the various branches of Vincent Family, parishes and parishioners were present on this march. The Daughters of Charity reminded us that love is infinitely inventive and designed a very appropriate hat for the occasion.

Here are some pictures of the Vincentian Family participation of Peru in the event.

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For more information, visit the following addresses: http://marchaporlavidalima.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/marchaporlavidaperu/

May this Lent bring us closer to Jesus Christ.

A big hug!

Remberth A. Falla Zuloeta