March for Marriage Draws Large Crowd to Capitol Hill

March for Marriage Draws Crowds to Capitol HillThe American Society for the Defense of Tradition Family and Property (TFP) joined the National Organization for Marriage’s March for Marriage 2016 on June 25, which attracted a large pro-family crowd to Capitol Hill in a peaceful display of support for true marriage. At the end of the march, a rosary was prayed in front of the Supreme Court building in union with 2,217 public rosary rallies simultaneously taking place across America for traditional marriage.

 

The following photos were taken during the march.
 

March for Marriage 2016 Brian Brown addressing crowd
Brian Brown addresses the crowd during the March for Marriage 2016.

 

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March for Marriage 2016, Washington, D.C.

 

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March for Marriage 2016 rally before the United States Capitol.

 

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March for Marriage 2016, Washington, D.C.

 

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March for Marriage 2016, the beginning of the march.

 

March for Marriage 2016 marches down Constitution Ave heading to Supreme Court
March for Marriage 2016 marches down Constitution Avenue, heading to Supreme Court

 

March for Marriage 2016 marches up Capitol Hill to the Supreme Court
March for Marriage 2016 marches up Capitol Hill to the Supreme Court.

 

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March for Marriage 2016, some homosexual activists protest traditional marriage.
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March for Marriage 2016, arriving at the steps of the Supreme Court.
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March for Marriage 2016. Praying the rosary for traditional marriage in front of the Supreme Court, in union with 2,217 public rosary rallies taking place simultaneously across America.

March for Marriage 2016, homosexual activists protest traditional marriage.

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  • Jess Mee

    237 in attendance, including speakers, media people, protesters, passersby and small children. Way to go.