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Bishop to hold funeral for abortion victims found in trash

Catholic World News - November 09, 2010

Bishop Earl Boyea of Lansing will preside at a November 20 funeral Mass for 17 abortion victims whose remains were found in the trash by a pro-life activist. The Mass will take place at the city’s cathedral; the victims’ bodies will be interred in a Catholic cemetery.

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  • Posted by: lauriem5377 - Nov. 09, 2010 8:50 PM ET USA

    It is hard to imagine any human being killing and discarding babies into the trash. Wghat a gruesome way to make a living! Please pray for mercy for the souls of the mothers and fathers of these children and for the souls of those who desecrated their little bodies. God bless this Bishop and those around him who care enough to provide these little children with a respectful and reverent burial.

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