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Custom House Square, BELFAST City Centre : 7 SEPTEMBER @ 2PM

Please stand with pro-lifers in the North on 7th September as they fight back against the attempt to impose abortion from Westminster.

The north of Ireland is under massive pressure now because of The “Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Act 2019” – which includes the legislation to permit killing unborn babies in Northern Ireland – officially became law on the 24th July after receiving Royal Assent.

This was despite enormous levels of opposition from the people of Northern Ireland, thousands of whom wrote to members of both the House of Commons and the Lords. This dire development means that – unless the Stormont Parliament is up and running by 21st October 2019 – abortion will be legalised, removing all legal safeguards from unborn babies and their mothers in Northern Ireland.

Precious Life, Youth for Life and lots of other groups North and South of the border are organsing a major rally on Saturday, 7th September to mobilise, motivate, organise and lobby. PLEASE keep this in mind and make a big effort to be there. The organisations up there are already out on the ground, talking to the public, knocking on doors but they need our help to fight the massive abortion machine. We have seen here in the Republic what a blow it is to have abortion legalised and how hard it will be to push it back, you have a chance to help in the North now, please help if you can.  


Here’s some ways YOU CAN HELP right now

  1. Adopt the Facebook and Twitter HEADERS on your own personal accounts
  2. If you manage a GROUP OR CAUSE on Facebook, please share the March Video and Alerts
  3. If you are on a parish or church council, include the rally in your bulletins and website
  4. Hand out LEAFLETS for the Rally, (yep, we’ll give you the leaflets)
  5. Pin a POSTER on a notice board in your Church or Community group
  6. Organise a BUS from your area
  7. VOLUNTEER before and during the Rally, we need all hands on deck!
  8. Be there on the day and ask others to come!
  9. Share the Rally YouTube Page and the latest Rally Promo:
  10. Promote the Facebook page among your friends:
  11. Follow us on Twitter:!/therallyforlife
  12. Sign up for our EZINE and keep in touch


Getting there

On Foot

Custom House Square is located in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter. Access via Albert Clock entrance on Victoria Street From North: M2 citybound to Corporation Street Exit From South: York Street Northbound, to corporation St. From East: M3 city bound, York Street Northbound to Corporation Street.

Getting there by Car

Located in Belfast City Centre, this apartment building is within a 10-minute walk of Albert Memorial Clock Tower, St. Anne’s Cathedral and Waterfront Hall. Belfast City Hall and St. George’s Market are also within 10 minutes. Belfast Central Station is 13 minutes by foot.

Map of Belfast City Car Parks

Getting there by Public Transport

Directions to Custom House Square (Belfast) with public transportation
The following transit lines have routes that pass near Custom House Square – Bus: 13, 1E, 1G, 26, 26B, 2C, 4B, 61, 649.

Download Maps and Directions here

(Each bus is being locally organised and will run if there is sufficient interest so make it happen!!)





Baroness O’Loan, DBE, is a noted public figurE. She was the first Police Ombudsman from 1999 to 2007. In July 2009, it was announced that she was to be appointed to the House of Lords. In December 2010, National University of Ireland, Maynooth appointed her as Chairman of its Governing Authority. She is a columnist with The Irish Catholic. She has consistently defended the right to life of the unborn child.


Adele speaks about how abortion destroys the lives of women and how her own abortion experiences have changed her mind on the right to life of every human being.

#WeStandforLife #ourlawsmatter

Stephanie McKittrick

WHEN Stephanie McKittrick was told to terminate her baby to save her own life, she knew it wasn’t an option.

The recruitment consultant was just 20-weeks pregnant when she was diagnosed with hydrocephalus – a deadly build-up of fluid on the brain.

Read Stephanie’s amazing story of hope, courage and love:

Fr Paddy McCafferty

Fr Patrick McCafferty of Corpus Christi Parish in Ballymurphy, West Belfast, has been a outspoken defender of the right to life.


Connect with the Rally for Life


Church Services

Mass will be celebrated for those who wish to attend in St.Patrick’s on Donegal Street at 1pm. There are a couple of Belfast buses that stop after Mass at St Patrick’s but you need to to book to hold a place. Call the office on 028 9027 8484 or Lucy directly on 07840 269414!

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