It seems such an obvious thought that, for once, I had the prudence to investigate and find out if there was a planned March for Life London.
After all, Birmingham has one, Melbourne also and there is even one, so I am told, in the USA - just a little one.
Well, of course, Fr Tim of The Hermeneutic of Continuity flagged up the idea 3 years ago, in response to The Catholic Herald posing the same question.
Nothing appears to have materialised.
Maybe it links back to my previous post about a Catholic Britain that has never actually recovered its confidence since the Protestant Reformation - we're all too pc to stand up and be counted.
We are just grateful to be here and to be left in comparative peace (apart from issues such abortion, euthanasia, gay adoption, same sex "marriage" etc., etc).
Nothing must be done to rock the boat....meanwhile the tiny corpses stack up.
One might think that one of the established London Rosary sort of marches might combine with the pro life groups and stage a stonking great march (instead of the measly 2,000 or so that usually attend).
And, if the Cardinal of Westminster and the Archbishop of Southwark were to lead it, what a marvel that would be!
Just a thought.