St. Matthew parishioners join hands and pray for life
Members of the parish Respect Life Ministry and others from St. Matthew Church in Charlotte participated in a Life Chain on Respect Life Sunday, Oct. 2.
More than 150 people spent one hour in silent, peaceful protest in support of human life from conception to natural death. Participants held signs and stood shoulder to shoulder along Ballantyne Commons Parkway in front of St. Matthew Church that day.
— Provided by Jenny Cox and Tomas Roy
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