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I went with her and a few others to pray outside of the BPAS abortuary in Aigburth.
It was Bernie's courage and challenging witness that day which led Angie and I to begin praying there and trying to offer pro-life help there when we could.
Describing the majority ''Yes'' vote as ''heartbreaking'' and as ''the worst day in Irish history,'' Bernadette said the result had only spurred her and her team on to protect the pre-born babies of Northern Ireland.
She said: ''Ireland has had more than its fair share of tragedy, but the 'Yes to abortion' result of this referendum marks the most tragic day in Irish history.
- advocating for the pro-abortion ''Yes'' vote, with no correction from their local priests whatsoever.
About 15 years ago, Bernadette Smyth came to Liverpool for the visit of the missionary image of Our Lady of Guadalupe to the area.As we have already noted, it was very disturbing to watch footage of crowds of people laughing and rejoicing over the acceptance of something so obviously evil and dehumanizing as abortion.Meanwhile, here in England, also on Saturday evening, there was a vast ''Gay Pride'' march in the city of Birmingham.Tens of thousands of people travelled to the midlands city to take part in the march and the boisterous partying which followed on afterwards.
In the hours that followed, both Ireland and parts of England, experienced violent electrical storms, torrential rain and severe flash flooding.
That resistance must naturally begin with the cardinals.