Filipinos Unite For Life Interfaith Rally at PICC, Part I

We will let the images do the talking.

I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally
I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally
I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally
I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally
I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally
I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally
I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally
I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally
I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally
I Oppose the RH Bill at the Rally

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Photo by Amado Alejandro

by Karen Desales
Photo by Karen Desales

Photo by Ryan Rayos
Photo by Ryan Rayos

Photo by Ryan Rayos
Photo by Ryan Rayos

Part II.
Part III.
Part IV.

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10 comments on “Filipinos Unite For Life Interfaith Rally at PICC, Part I
  1. […] A very conservative estimate of the rally’s attendees is 2,000. CBCP News estimates it to have been 5,000. [Photos of the event] […]

  2. dennis says:

    If this is a multi-faith rally then something must be wrong…that’s too few, I doubt if it can even reach 2000. The credibility of the CBCP is at stake here, I supposed, as a known staunch anti-RH Bill. Has it anything to do with the CBCP’s apparent pro-GMA stand before? The people expected something from them to condemn the rampant corruptions, instead they chose to support the GMA regime by QUIETLY tolerating her. As the bible has said “You reap what you sow.”

    • Haggai De Cena says:

      Dear Dennis,

      I don’t know where have you been throughout the years when PGMA is the president of the country. Oh well, let me refresh your mind.

      ZTE Scandal – The Church squarely condemned the associated corruption of this scandal. Remeber Jun Lozada? Where did he hid himself when the issue is hot? Didn’t he seek protection from the nuns? Isn’t this the reason why Noynoy Aquino and his Liberal Party “befriended” the Church to get leverage for his anti-corruption mantra?

      I wish you could turn off your bias and analyze the issue on a fair set of mind. Don’t let your “hatred” of the Church color your judgment regarding many issues, including the issue on the Reproductive Health Bill.

  3. dacs says:

    Ha! Ha! Of course, the Church supports the pro-life stand of then President GMA. Both stand side by side on that issue. You must have shut yourself out from other pronouncements of the Church if you have never heard her condemn the ‘rampant corruptions’ during GMA administration of the government of the Philippines. If you can turn a deaf ear or a blind eye on the obvious, what truth can be expected from your posts?!?

  4. Bruce in Iloilo says:

    I clearly remember the majority of the bishops being at odds with GMA, opposing her on many issues, such as Charter Change and corruption. GMA’s pro-life stance, such as her sudden flip-flop on the death penalty, was an attempt to buy the support of the bishops. It didn’t work. Bishops opposed her on many issues and called for investigations of GMA over and over again. They stood up when it came to the ZTE deal for instance. But, they never joined the overthrow-the-Constitution crowd. They were clear: the Constitution must be followed. No coups. No juntas. The opposition didn’t want that. They didn’t push to remove GMA legally and replace her with the vice president, but for a revolutionary government, to overthrow the Constitution. That was a bit too far.

  5. You might want to read this Pro-life news and information blog in the Philippines: http://www.humanlifeanddignity.blogspot.com. It is listed in Top Blogs Philippines. Thank you. I had you in my link.

  6. […] inter-faith pro-life rally last month at the PICC grounds. It was probably the largest protest staged against the bill, with […]

  7. […] what happened at the Pro-Life and Anti-RH rally at the PICC last February, the mainstream media can’t ignore the prayer rally yesterday so they sent […]

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