Day of the Unborn Child
Sydney 2023

Life & Family Institute of Sydney
was excited and proud to host the 2023 “Day of the Unborn Child” at St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney followed by a prayerful street procession led by Archbishop Fisher including an address at Parliament House by special guest speaker,
Steve Mosher of the Population Research Institute, all the way from the USA.

26 March 2023
The Feast of the Annunciation

The Feast of the Annunciation is internationally recognised as the Day of the Unborn Child. It marks the day Our Lord Jesus Christ became a tiny unborn child in His mother’s womb. it is a day of celebration and remembrance of the dignity of the unborn. It is also a day to remember the millions of unborn children whose lives have been ended by the violence of abortion.

Join us to witness to the sanctity of human life!

“… I will not forget you,
I have carved you on the palm of my hands. ”
Isaiah 49

Population Research Institute President Steve Mosher delivered a powerful address outside the NSW Parliament House in which he reminded attendees that “one soul…one baby is worth the entire material universe, because the material universe will one day pass away, but that baby, that soul will be with us forever.”

The annual Day of the Unborn Child procession in Sydney was a great success as thousands marched to defend the humanity of all unborn children on Sunday.

It was possibly Sydney’s most well attended Day of the Unborn Child procession ever
with between 3,500 to 4,000 joining the prayerful march
which was led by Archbishop Anthony Fisher.

Thank you to every single person who joined us in this incredibly important work to defend the sanctity of every human life.

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Day of the Unborn Child 2023

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