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Tuesday, June 3, 2008
Eucharistic Procession in Birmingham to End Abortion

Under the banner of Our Lady of Guadalupe


Monday 9th June to Sunday 15th June 2008

Priests and people praying the rosary are to process with the Blessed Sacrament round the abortion clinic on Arthur Road Edgbaston Birmingham 15 following the route of Arthur Road, Carpenter Road and Ampton Road

On the weekdays from Monday 9th June to Saturday 14th June 2008 inclusive we will start with Mass at the Oratory Church, Hagley Road, Edgbaston at 3pm and after travelling to Arthur Road priests (one carrying the Blessed Sacrament unseen) and people will process once round the route. It will take about 20 minutes.

On Sunday 15th June 2008 we will start at Arthur Road at 2pm (no Mass) and process (priests vested) round the route seven times, carrying the Blessed Sacrament openly, accompanied by the ringing of bells.


During the event supporters will pray before the Blessed Sacrament at St. Dunstan’s Church, Kings Heath and other venues praying many Rosaries. We invite everyone to join us in prayer from their churches or homes or elsewhere, especially the old and the sick.


1. For a conversion of heart among the organisers and staff of the abortion centre and centres generally so that they and others may join the present movement to stop abortions world wide. They will know at first hand the distressing effects abortion has on women and the cruel death visited on the babies aborted. They must know too about the lucrative and shameful sale of aborted baby parts.

2. To reinstate the priesthood in the eyes of the people, one of God’s purposes at the original Siege of Jericho on which we model this prayer crusade.

To help with organisation please let us know in advance, if you can, on which days you intend to participate.

Contact us on 0121 705 9317 or 0121 706 1973

Please tell your priest friends and encourage them to come on one or more days
Image Source: Wikipedia


del_button June 7, 2008 at 4:25 AM
Anonymous said...

¿Birmingham USA? ¿Birmingham UK?
Thank you!

del_button June 7, 2008 at 12:36 PM
Anonymous said...

What an excellent campaign! How I wish I could be there! It's really good to know that there are so many people, in so many places, working toward our common goal. And I shall certainly be with them in spirit, with my prayers!

God be with you,

del_button July 20, 2014 at 12:03 PM
Matthew said...

This is Birmingham USA

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