Now we learn that Jenkins has sent a letter to Notre Dame alumni announcing his plans to join the annual March for Live in Washington, D.C.
Each year on January 22, the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, the March for Life is held in Washington D.C. to call on the nation to defend the right to life. I plan to participate in that march. I invite other members of the Notre Dame Family to join me and I hope we can gather for a Mass for Life at that event. We will announce details as that date approaches.Kinda rings hollow, doesn't it?
Well, there's more. A website in support of the NOTRE DAME 88, a group that was arrested on the orders of Jenkins, who has refused to drop charges. The group also includes Norma McCorvey, who was the actual Roe.
Apparently the irony was lost on Jenkins that while he will be preparing to protest against Roe v. Wade, the actual Roe, Norma McCorvey, will be preparing for her criminal trial for protesting at Notre Dame after she was arrested under orders from Father Jenkins who has, so far, refused to drop the charges brought against McCorvey and the rest of the "ND 88", the dozens of pro-life protestors arrested last spring for "crimes" such as saying the rosary and wearing pro-life t-shirts.If you could go back in time to 1973 and tell people that one day Jane Roe would be a pro-life activist arrested on the orders of the University of Notre Dame president for trespassing on the campus during a commencement speech being given by a Pro-abort president, it wouldn't matter what looks you'd get. You'd be right.
I'm waiting for a group to start a movement to make the January 22nd march the first ever One Man March (Jenkins).
Be sure to read the ENTIRE STORY and JENKINS' LETTER.