About the Gravesite of Aborted Babies in Southfield, Michigan
Day of Remembrance
Saturday, September 8th at 11:00 a.m. (map)
Bev Ives, Andrea McKinnon, and music by vocalist David Harburg
Sponsored by Citizens for a Pro-Life Society
On Saturday, May 3, 2008, a funderal Mass was held at St. Gerald parish in Farmington, Michigan for 23 babies retrieved from the trash dumpster behind the Woman Care abortion clinic in Lathrup Village, operated by abortionist Alberto Hodari.
The bodies, originally discovered by Day of Remembrance sponsor organization Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, were then buried at Holy Sepulchre cemetery in Southfield, Michigan. The babies were discovered by CPLS volunteers Mylissa and Kevin Kukla.
The funeral mass and the burial were officiated by Bishop John Quinn—then auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit—now the bishop of Winona, MN.
Grave Marker Dedicated by Detroit Abp. Vigneron
Abp. Vigneron dedicates the grave marker.
On September 4, 2010 further honor was paid to the babies buried in Southfield when a new grave marker was installed on their burial plot.
Abishop of Detroit Allen Vigneron dedicated the grave marker.
In a press release prior to the dedication of the grave marker, CPLS Director Dr. Monica Miller said, "At least these 23 victims of legalized abortion found their way to a human cemetery and on Saturday the archbishop of Detroit will dedicate their grave marker. This simple stone not only marks the grave of unwanted and discarded unborn children—but it is a sign of America’s injustice towards the most vulnerable and helpless members of the human family."
The video below, entitled Requiem for the Disappeared—Burial for Abortion Victims shows first hand the retreival and burial of these precious babies:[Back to Top]