On stage, a doctor performed an ultrasound on a mother 38 weeks pregnant, allowing the participants in the march to hear the baby's heartbeat.
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More than 30 million people have received full doses of the COVID-19 vaccines in Mexico as of Aug. 21.
The priest lamented that the accident was foreseeable, since local residents had reported that the metro structures had been damaged by the earthquakes that struck Mexico in 2017.
Father Lozano said, “Juan had the strength and the courage to come to the house of God to take his last breath."
Abortion on demand through 12 weeks gestation has been legal in Mexico City since 2007.
Catholic faithful, supported by firefighters and police, gathered in front of the cathedral during the demonstration to protect the historic building from arson.
Father José Miguel Machorro Alcalá, 55, was stabbed in the neck and torso May 15; he was operated on and is now stable, but in intensive care.
A new documentary explains a codex of symbols that the Aztec people would have recognized in the miraculous image.
Pope Francis is expected to visit the famous Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe when he arrives in Mexico.