We support this stance of the government not to finance abortion in countries of the Third World. But we would like some more courage, to do something more in Canada in defence of the unborn," Cardinal Marc Ouellet (*Source Montreal Gazette)
(Cardinal Marc Oulette )
Bishop Nicola de Angelis of Peterborough, also addressed the crowds, saying: “My message is very simply, my friends, just to remind you that God created life. God did not create death. We don’t own our lives.
"We are the custodians of our life. It is up to God to call our life back whenever he decides and nobody can anticipate for any selfish initiative to terminate life.
“Every child that is born is a sign that God is not tired of man. Remember this my friends: welcome children to life," he urged.
“I congratulate you dear friends, particularly young people, so many young people are here,” said the bishop. “Dear friends, and most of all young people, in promoting and defending life, you don’t count your personal costs. … You are always in the front line trenches, day by day, bearing witness for the cause of life."May God strengthen you and give you joy in your undertakings.” (* Source LifeSite News)
Some of the Shephers present at March for Life 2010 Include
Archbishop Terrence Prendergast of Ottawa,
Bishop Luc Cyr of Valleyfield, Quebec,
Bishop Stephen Chmilar of the Ukrainian Church in Toronto,
Bishop Michael Mulhall of Pembroke, Ontario,
Bishop John Pazak of the Canadian Slovaks of the Byzantine Rite in Canada,
Bishop Brendan O’Brien of Kingston,
Bishop Terrence McGrattan, the auxiliary bishop of Toronto,
Bishop Ibrahim M. Ibrahim of the Catholic Greek Melkites of Canada, and
Bishop Car Reid of the Traditional Anglican Catholics. (*Source LifeSite news)