Georgia Bulletin

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  • St. Joseph School, Marietta, eighth-graders (l-r) Sophia DeSantis, Alison Stefansic, Lauren Moore, Francisco Armstrong, Ayden Powers, Devin Dudek, Hayden Grier and Alex Palughi hold signs as they stand along Peachtree Road during the Jan. 23 Stand for Life. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Michael Karrels holds his six-month-old daughter Maria Sophia during the 28th annual Mass for the Unborn at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Atlanta. Karrels and his family attend St. Mary Magdelene Church, Newnan. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • (L-r) Brian Freel, director of campus ministry at Marist School, Atlanta, sophomore student leader Lindsey Reina, and Pamela Kinzly, mathematics teacher and moderator for the school’s life, dignity and justice group, stand before the altar as they are commissioned as respect life leaders. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Four-year-old Stefano West, foreground, joins his other five siblings on the pew during the Jan. 23 Mass for the Unborn at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Atlanta. His mother Michelle is scheduled to give birth to the family’s seventh child this coming June. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • (L-r) Nick Hein, Matthew Graff, Jose Reyes, Franciso Puentes, Connor Hendrix, Ben Mosely, eighth-graders at St. Catherine of Siena School, Kennesaw, join Sister Maria Caeli as they participate in the Jan. 23 Stand for Life along Peachtree Road. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Mary Clauson of St. Jude the Apostle Church, Sandy Springs, makes a public request as she stands with others during the 2017 Stand for Life. Photo By Michael Alexander

St. Joseph School, Marietta, eighth-graders (l-r) Sophia DeSantis, Alison Stefansic, Lauren Moore, Francisco Armstrong, Ayden Powers, Devin Dudek, Hayden Grier and Alex Palughi hold signs as they stand along Peachtree Road during the Jan. 23 Stand for Life. Photo By Michael Alexander


Atlanta

Flawed 1973 abortion decision damages society, archbishop says

ATLANTA—Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory spoke of God’s wisdom and human folly at the 28th annual Mass for the Unborn, held Jan. 23 at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Atlanta. Students, parish groups and individuals gather each year to remember the Jan. 22 anniversary of the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision […] Full Story