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  • (Foreground, l-r) Joey Martineck, Respect Life director, is joined on the front pew by Our Lady of Mercy High School senior Flora Ngo and Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School freshman Fatima Platero. Ngo and Platero proclaimed the first and second readings, respectively, during the annual Mass for the Unborn. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Kate Lisska, Anne Holdsworth and Cathy Schneider of St. Brigid Church, Johns Creek, pray the rosary prior to the annual Mass for the Unborn at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Atlanta. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory was the homilist and main celebrant for the 30th annual Mass for the Unborn at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Atlanta. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Nuala King of Holy Trinity Church, Peachtree City, holds a sign with others as she stands on the east side of Peachtree Road during Stand for Life Atlanta. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • (L-r) Will Zeliff, 12, Ben Gallamore, 13, and Christian Gonzales, 13, stand along Peachtree Road beside the Cathedral of Christ the King, Atlanta, with their signs facing the traffic going north. Zeliff, Gallamore and Gonzales attend Our Lady of the Mountains Church, Jasper, Christ Redeemer Church, Dawsonville, and Good Shepherd Church, Cumming, respectively. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • With signs in hand, (front to back) Deacon Antonius Anugerah and Teresa and Mike Cribbs of Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Atlanta, stand on the east side of Peachtree Road during Stand for Life Atlanta. Photo By Michael Alexander

(Foreground, l-r) Joey Martineck, Respect Life director, is joined on the front pew by Our Lady of Mercy High School senior Flora Ngo and Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School freshman Fatima Platero. Ngo and Platero proclaimed the first and second readings, respectively, during the annual Mass for the Unborn. Photo By Michael Alexander


Atlanta

Atlanta’s faithful take a stand for life

ATLANTA—As Catholics began to learn of a new state law in New York that radically expanded abortion, Atlanta parishioners and students took part in a positive witness for the dignity of all life. Groups and individuals from across the Archdiocese of Atlanta attended the annual Mass for the Unborn and Stand for Life at the […] Full Story | En Español