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  • (L-r) Mike Cribbs of Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Atlanta; Marla Brown, CEO of the Pregnancy Aid Clinic; Cathy Schneider of St. Brigid Church, Johns Creek; and Catherine Achukwu of St. Joseph Church, Marietta, stand before the altar at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Atlanta, as Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory conducts the commissioning of Respect Life leaders. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Sharon Mai of St. Benedict Church, Johns Creek, joins the congregation in praying the joyful mysteries of the rosary prior to the Mass for the Unborn. Photo By Michael Alexander.
  • Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, right center, served as the homilist and principal celebrant during the 29th annual Mass for the Unborn, marking the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion in this country. Photo By Michael Alexander.
  • Seventh-grade members of St. John Neumann Regional School’s Students for Life club join Teresa Sullivan, third from left, the school’s advancement director, as they participate in the Jan. 22 Stand for Life Atlanta along Peachtree Road. The club is open to seventh and eighth-graders. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • As motorists drive by, Brian Bimonte of St. Brigid Church, Johns Creek, holds his sign on the west side of Peachtree Road with others during Stand for Life Atlanta. The event, and the Mass for the Unborn preceding it, are sponsored by the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s Respect Life Ministry. Photo By Michael Alexander

(L-r) Mike Cribbs of Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Atlanta; Marla Brown, CEO of the Pregnancy Aid Clinic; Cathy Schneider of St. Brigid Church, Johns Creek; and Catherine Achukwu of St. Joseph Church, Marietta, stand before the altar at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Atlanta, as Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory conducts the commissioning of Respect Life leaders. Photo By Michael Alexander


Atlanta

Ministers affirm commitment at annual Mass for the Unborn

ATLANTA—The arrival of Tony Maturo’s daughter at 2 pounds, 13 ounces, with six weeks spent in the neonatal intensive care unit, inspired his work and affection for the Respect Life ministry. “After the previous two miscarriages—and the circumstances in which our daughter was born—I witnessed firsthand and fully understood that life is both a miracle […] Full Story | En Español