WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, released the following statement in support of the 2015 March for Life:
“Today thousands of students, families, and church communities have traveled to Washington to march for life and lift up our nation in prayer.
“Forty-two years ago, Roe v. Wade overturned a Texas law and in one sweeping decision legalized abortion on demand across our nation. We are filled with grief for the nearly 57 million souls who will never have a chance to become the next teachers, artists, entrepreneurs, and heroes.
“This anniversary marks a shadow in our nation’s history, but one that is not without hope. Since that decision, communities have come together to embrace life and help women in need, and states have enacted laws to protect the health of mothers and the unborn. I remain a strong supporter of the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, a measure that has overwhelming support of Texans and Americans and that is an important step in recognizing the sanctity of life, and it is my hope that we swiftly pass this legislation and send it to the President’s desk.
“Thanks to the courageous efforts of sojourners across the country, the light of hope is illuminating the corners of our world and restoring a culture of life in America.
“Each life is a gift from God. Without life, there is no liberty. So today, and every day, we stand united for life, and we resolve to always cherish and defend it.”
Friday, January 23, 2015
Video: 42nd annual March For Life in Washington DC:
EWTN's coverage of the 42nd annual March For Life where hundreds of thousands of Pro-Life Americans descend of Washington DC in what is always the largest demonstration of the year:
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