Fr. Imbarrato Protest Planned Parenthood Boston

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Fr. Imbarrato Protest Planned Parenthood Boston

Dur­ing the first Day of his visit to Boston a group of peo­ple from Prayers for life and other Pro-​life groups joined Fr. Stephen Imbar­rato of Priests for life at a protest at Planned Par­ent­hood in Boston.

It was a rather rainy day

But that didn’t stop this protestor

Or these two

Or this dea­con and his wife who gave some inter­est­ing per­spec­tives on the per­ma­nent deaconate

After a lit­tle while Fr Imbar­rato arrived and spoke to the folks

They prayed together

and after a few oth­ers arrived

And he blessed some holy water and prayed some more

there was a pro­ces­sion that went from the back of the building

and back to the front

the per­son ask­ing the ques­tion was a police offi­cer assigned to the area.

the area was more con­fined than usual due to some side­walk being laid right in front of the build­ing that com­pli­cated keep­ing the egress open for passers by, but what really struck me was this.

Planned Par­ent­hood and their work­ers are no strangers to pro­test­ers and peo­ple pray­ing. It hap­pens reg­u­larly so the idea of see­ing us in the rain would not seem to be any­thing that should have caused any kind of com­mo­tion among the work­ers etc. How­ever it seemed to me that the sight of fr. Imbar­rato seemed to par­tic­u­larly dis­turb these folks far beyond the norm.

This impres­sion of mine was shared by at least one other per­son who has been there in the past.

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During the first Day of his visit to Boston a group of people from Prayers for life and other Pro-life groups joined Fr. Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for life at a protest at Planned Parenthood in Boston.

It was a rather rainy day

But that didn’t stop this protestor

Or these two

Or this deacon and his wife who gave some interesting perspectives on the permanent deaconate

After a little while Fr Imbarrato arrived and spoke to the folks

They prayed together

and after a few others arrived

And he blessed some holy water and prayed some more

there was a procession that went from the back of the building

and back to the front

the person asking the question was a police officer assigned to the area.

the area was more confined than usual due to some sidewalk being laid right in front of the building that complicated keeping the egress open for passers by, but what really struck me was this.

Planned Parenthood and their workers are no strangers to protesters and people praying. It happens regularly so the idea of seeing us in the rain would not seem to be anything that should have caused any kind of commotion among the workers etc. However it seemed to me that the sight of fr. Imbarrato seemed to particularly disturb these folks far beyond the norm.

This impression of mine was shared by at least one other person who has been there in the past.

A Photo gallery follows


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