By Raúl Tortolero
For the second consecutive year, the Mexican Episcopal Conference (CEM) called for a large march in all major cities in Mexico to defend life from conception, women, and advocate for peace, obtaining an even more positive response than that of 2021, with more than one million participants.
On Saturday, October 8, and Sunday, October 9 (it varied depending on each city), hundreds of thousands of people gathered in their cities to take to the streets in the face of the attacks of a socialist and progressive agenda that promotes abortion in the Chamber of Deputies, as . . .