Please join us as we mourn the loss of precious individual human beings that the ACLU wanted incinerated like trash.

Please watch this important historical film of the battle for the truth – a battle in which justice finally prevailed and these honored dead got the dignity of Christian burial.

This video is for spiritually mature people of any age.

Please forward and send this video and make it go VIRAL. And please come join us this Saturdayas we remember their lives.

These unborn gravesites — over 30 of them across the country — stand as a powerful, moving witness to the humanity of the unborn child and the profound injustice of abortion. The largest of these is in Los Angeles, where more than 16,433 of these children are buried together. These children had been discovered in a single, abandoned storage container, the grisly reminder of the sheer scope of the abortion industry.

On SEPTEMBER 14, pro-lifers all over the country are joining together to visit those gravesites for solemn memorial services. I’m writing today to invite you to be a part of this important event.

There are 4 sites in California, but the largest by far is the Los Angeles site.

Memorial services will be held at each of the gravesites of the aborted unborn, as well as dozens of other special sites dedicated to their memory.

Come out September 14 and mourn the victims of abortion — not just those children buried in these gravesites, but ALL those victims who have never received a proper burial. If you come out and be a part of the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children you’ll be ensuring that these children will not be forgotten by our nation.

Grave of Unborn Babies
Odd Fellows Cemetery
3640 Whittier Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90023
Map and Directions

Day of Remembrance: Saturday, September 14 at 12:00 p.m. noon

If you are unable to join us at the L.A. site, we strongly encourage you to make it out to one of the other three sites in California, click here for the locations.

Also, for more information on the other gravesites and their history’s please visit

Yours for Life,

the folks at California ProLife

Click here for other Cal Catholic story on the day of remembrance.