.- The pro-life message of 15 college students soared sky high Saturday when local pilot Bob Gilbert flew over the Bay area with a banner that read: "Stop abortion now. ALL.org."
The young adults are participating in a two-week walk through California to communicate one cannot be Catholic and pro-abortion.
For the past seven days, students have been walking through the Bay area, including San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley. They have peacefully protested in front of the district offices of pro-abortion, Catholic politicians, prayed in front of abortion clinics, and spoken at Catholic churches.
The walk, called Crusade for Life, is organized by American Life League's Crusade for the Defense of Our Catholic Church. The Crusade for Life began in January 2003.
"Our prayer is that more and more people will stand up for the rights of the pre-born and that the violence of abortion will come to an end," said David Dufresne, assistant director of the Crusade for Life walk. .
For more information, go to: http://www.CrusadeForLife2005.com.