Issue of April 8, 2018

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Baguio Diocese sets second ‘Walk of Life’
by Press release

Thousands of Catholic faithful are expected to participate in the 2nd “Walk for Life” procession scheduled at the end of the month in a display of familial solidarity against the perceived wanton disregard of the sacredness of life.

“There is a need to let our voices be heard as we strongly oppose the utter disregard and disrespect of our rights and family in violation of our human rights enshrined in the basic law of our country,” said Fr. Juvelarde Cabading, director of the Diocesan Commission on Family and Life and organizer of the event.

The event also aims to profess the uncompromising stand of the church against abortion, the spate of killings arising from the war on drugs, the proposed re-imposition of the death penalty and all forms of violations against life, the proposed legislation on divorce, same-sex marriage and other anti-family initiatives, he added.

The procession starts from four parishes, namely Don Bosco as converging spot for 11 parishes located north of the Diocese; St. Joseph-Pacdal for six parishes from the east sector; St. Vincent for five parishes west of the city while eight parishes will commence at the Lady of Atonement Cathedral.

Also expected to participate are students of parochial schools, seminaries, student councils, parents-teachers associations, religious and mandated organizations, charismatic groups and members of the laity.

The “walk” ends at the University of Baguio gym. Bishop Victor B. Bendico will celebrate the Eucharist at 10 a.m. following a short program.

The organizer aims to muster a “Sea of green” the official color of the event which represents the “newness of life.” Participants are encouraged to wear any shade of green.

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