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Rally for Life 2023 in Dublin TODAY, tens of thousands will gather….

Dublin: The All Ireland Rally for Life, a pro-life rally, will take place today in Dublin city centre to defend the human right to life. Tens of thousands are expected to join the annual rally.

People will start arriving at the Garden of Remembrance in Parnell Square at 1 p.m. Pro-life groups are calling for people to celebrate life and stand up for life. The rally is intended to be a family-friendly event with a variety of activities.

Campaign Director for Birmingham’s 40 Days for Life and March for Life UK. The rally will be addressed by Director Isabel Vaughan Spruce, Senator Sharon Keogan, Mattie McGrath TD, Dr. Trevor Hayes, and Conor O’Dowd.

Prolife reminds both the government and women that protecting children means protecting the future and that we need to offer women REAL choices, not abortion. This is this year’s theme. Pro-life organisations call for alternatives to abortion.

Every year, approximately 7,000 babies are put to death in Ireland. The rally’s organisers claim that it will speak for them. The Roe v. Wade decision in the United States highlights the importance of continuing the pro-life message.

The pro-life movement supports pro-life doctors and nurses who listen to their consciences and fight for justice.

The organisations also want to maintain a three-day period to allow for reconsideration before an abortion is performed.

The organisers have made huge preparations for the rally.

Children’s stalls, refreshments, and activities will start at the Abbey Church in Parnell Square at 11 a.m.

12 noon – Holy Mass at St. Saviour’s Church, Dominic Street

1 p.m.: Gather at Parnell Square for the Rally for Life.

March to Custom House Quay at 1.45 p.m.

The rally will reach Custom House at 2.45.

4.30 pm: The Rally fest will continue at Abbey Church, Parnell Square. Film screening.

People from all over Ireland will attend the rally.

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