Day of the Unborn Child
The Feast of the Annunciation is internationally recognised as the Day of the Unborn Child. The Feast of the Annunciation commemorates the day Our Lord Jesus Christ became a tiny infant in his mother’s womb.
It is a day of celebration and remembrance of the dignity of the unborn. It also a day to remember the millions of unborn children whose lives have been lost to the violence of abortion.
Each year on this day, FLI helps to organise a prayerful march from St. Mary’s Cathedral to NSW Parliament House to witness to the sanctity of human life.