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Metropolitan Herman to Lead Orthodox Marchers at Annual Right to Life Rally

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  • Bill Samsonoff
    2005.01.06 OCA: Metropolitan Herman to Lead Orthodox Marchers at Annual Right to Life Rally WASHINGTON, DC [OCA Communications] -- His Beatitude, Metropolitan
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      2005.01.06 OCA:
      Metropolitan Herman to Lead Orthodox Marchers at Annual Right to Life Rally

      WASHINGTON, DC [OCA Communications] -- His Beatitude, Metropolitan Herman,
      Primate of the Orthodox Church in America and well-known spokesman for the
      sanctity of life, will once again join hundreds of Orthodox Christians at
      the annual March for Life here Monday, January 24, 2005.

      On the eve of the march, Metropolitan Herman will celebrate Vespers and a
      Service of Intercession at the OCA's Saint Nicholas Cathedral at 8:00 p.m.
      Orthodox Christian pro-lifers from across the nation are expected to be on
      hand for the two day gathering.

      "Every year, the March is held to lament the US Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade
      decision of January 22, 1973 that legalized abortion on demand in the US,"
      according to the Very Rev. John Matusiak, OCA communications director.
      "Metropolitan Herman has been a visible and vocal presence at the annual
      gathering for nearly two decades, leading hundreds of Orthodox Christians
      in prayerful witness to the sanctity of human life from its conception."

      Metropolitan Herman is also expected to address the hundreds of thousands
      of marchers at the Elipse before they make their way down Constitution
      Avenue to the US Supreme Court building.

      For additional details on the march, contact Nellie Gray at 202/543-3377 or
      by e-mail at info@..., or visit www.marchforlife.org.
      © 2005 Orthodox Church in America

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