“Day of the Unborn” Tradition Continues

BUENOS AIRES, MARCH 24, 2002 (ZENIT.org).- On Monday, the usual day for the feast of the Annunciation, several Latin American countries will celebrate the Day of the Unborn.

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The celebration was first established at the civil level by Argentina in 1998. Nicaragua and Costa Rica followed suit. Other Latin American countries will observe the day, though it is not officially recognized at the civil level.

A key event in Argentina will be held in Mendoza: the 3rd Pro-Life and Pro-Family Caravan, with the motto «Let´s Celebrate as a Family the Hope of New Life.»

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