Good for the bishop. Am very proud. Our Polish contact reports “this was the first such event in Poland.”

Poland stands as a shining example of a country where abortion was once legal but was made illegal (in 1993).  Understandably, though, the battle remains fierce, hence the need to show the reality of abortion, as in the new exhibition.

An article posted a day before the exhibit opened reported (translation a bit rough):

From 18 May 2011 in Wloclawek in the courtyard of the Franciscan monastery will present an exhibition of anti-abortion. Of the 14 large boards are shown photographs removed by the abortion of human fetuses.

The exhibition is a series of photos of corpses mangled fetuses and children over 10 years screened in many Polish cities.

On Wednesday at 13.00 Bishop Wieslaw Mering will open an exhibition at the Shrine of Our Lady of Grace sure hope, that in the monastery oo. Franciscans at Freedom Square. It is organized by the foundation “Pro – the right to life.”

In other cities, where there was an exhibition aroused a lot of emotion. Its purpose is to draw attention to the problem of killing innocent children.

Of the 14 large boards are shown photographs removed by the abortion of human fetuses juxtaposed.

The pictures are really dramatic, and the exhibition itself sparked controversy, was repeatedly destroyed, and its organizer appeared in court.

See more photos here. The display is courtesy of the Polish branch of the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, which is extremely effective. Recall the Hitler/abortion display.

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