Photos from Wilmington, Delaware’s Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally
Posted by Nicole Collins (June 21, 2012 at 12:00 pm)
In Delaware, the first state in the Union, over 250 rallied for Religious Freedom in Wilmington, the state’s capital. Check out these pictures to see what happened:
Nicole Collins, President of Delaware Right to Life
Pastor Steve Smith, First Alliance Church, "This is not just a Catholic issue"
Fr. Leonard Klein, St Patrick's Parish. "Contraception is cheap. A monthly cycle of the pill will cost Sandra Fluke about the same as a good glass of wine in a Georgetown bar."
A shot of the crowd.
Miss Delaware's Outstanding Teen, Morgan Burris, sang our National Anthem and God Bless America. Morgan's platform is "Adoption.. A Loving Option"! Yay for Morgan!
John Radell, President of DE's Faith and Freedom Coalition. "This administration has determined that the phrase "unalienable rights" does not apply, and that it is the government, not God, who gives us these rights"
Deacon Bob Cousar said our closing prayer.
Looks like some people came out from the surrounding buildings to see what was going on
A shot of the crowd from across the street.
Nicole Collins showing the crowd our new billboard campaign. "Birth control for your lifestyle? Don't make me pay for it!" Through these billboards Delaware Right to Life is calling to attention the current attack on religious liberty through President Obama's HHS Mandate. Delaware Right to Life's billboard is also a response to Planned Parenthood of DE's billboard's which say "Birth control for your lifestyle".
Morgan Burris with Delaware Right to Life's P/R Coordinator, Jessica Ferraro.
Morgan Burris chats with some young attendees at the rally! Delaware is so proud to have such a beautiful and confident young lady as a role model for our teens!
Stand Up for Religious Freedom!
Stay tunes! Video from Wilmington Delaware’s Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally coming soon!!!
Photo credit: Cate Parrella
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