Jun 012014

The majority of citizens in the majority of states still believe in marriage as the union of one man and one woman. Most states still define marriage as being between only a man and a woman, and in most cases by means of a popularly-adopted constitutional amendment. Until very recently, the truth of man-woman marriage was nearly universally accepted across all cultural divides and in every era. It is just common sense.


Our young people in particular need to see how much support there is for marriage at the grassroots.By standing tens-of-thousands strong together in our nation’s capital, we will send a clear message to pro-marriage Americans everywhere, and especially young people: “You are not alone! Do not be afraid to stand up and speak out for the values that have been passed onto you.”


Marriage is not a divisive belief: on the contrary, as the March will demonstrate, it brings people together from every race and background, from every faith, and from every age group.Marriage is a universal good.


Please join us as we March for Marriage on June 19, 2014. For more information, please visit http://phillycatholiclife.org/marchformarriage/

The bus for the March for Marriage will leave from SS. Simon and Jude parking lot at 7:00 AM Thursday, June 19 after Mass at 6:40 AM.  Cost of the trip is $15 per person to be paid in advance to SS. Simon and Jude send c/o Marty Harris 8 Cavanaugh Court, West Chester, PA 19382..  Reservations may be made with bus captain, Kathy Bond mkwbond@aol.com  or mharris@simonandjude.org.  The program begins at 10:00 AM on The Mall,


We are hoping busses will be able to park at Union Station.  There is hope participants will lobby their representatives.after the program.  Busses will leave at 4:00 PM.  I will send any updated information.


This is very important not only for Marriage but also our Religious Freedom.

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