On Saturday next, 6 March 2010, the annual commemoration of Baby X will take place at the GPO (General Post Office), in O’Connell Street, Dublin, at 2 p.m. It is important that a big number of people are present on the occasion, so please do your very best to be there.
The commemoration, organised by Youth Defence (YD), is to keep alive the memory of the little unborn child who was done to death because of the decision of the Irish Supreme Court in 1992.
YD says: ‘
This March, we again take this opportunity to ask you to join with us once more in honouring the life and death of this tiny child. In so doing, we also make a statement against the Culture of Death, which anti-life forces are determined to introduce to our country.
‘At this time, we are working harder than ever to ensure that we can dispel the lies that are being put forth by the pro-abortion lobby. They are using fear to promote abortion, and hurting women in the process. They are claiming that life-saving medical treatments are actually abortions. We know that’s simply not true. Because abortion remains illegal, Ireland, according to the UN, is the safest place in the world for a mother to have a baby. We must stand against this renewed effort to fool the people into believing that abortion is medically necessary to save a mother’s life. It’s time we set the record straight. … At this critical time Irish unborn children are under threat as never before.’
Please pray for little Baby X and for her mother.