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Requiem for the Disappeared

By Citizens for a Pro-Life Society Editors

"Tell Me Who I Am"
is original music composed for the video,
Requiem for the Disappeared
 
Requiem for the Disappeared features the song "Tell Me Who I Am" which is original music composed by Mark Cabrera and Peter Mulka, Lyrics by Monica Migliorino Miller, sung by Peter Mulka and produced by Mediatrix Records .
 
Requiem for the Disappeared is a 5 minute movie of the burials of 23 victims of abortion who were discovered by members of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society in the trash dumpsters behind 3 Michigan abortion clinics. The babies, ranging in age from 6 weeks to 20 weeks, were found in March and April 2008 behind the Womancare abortion clinics located in Lathrup Village and Southgate, MI, owned by abortionist Alberto Hodari, and the Women's Advisory abortion clinic in Livonia, MI, owned by abortionist Reginald Sharpe.
 
Twenty of the aborted babies were buried by Citizens for a Pro-Life society in two ceremonies in Michigan, May 3rd and June 27, 2008. Three of the aborted babies were buried, July 27, 2008 in a ceremony organized by Priests for Life at the EWTN Shrine in Hanceville, AL.
 
Requiem for the Disappeared, unlike any other movie, shows the great conflict of our age, the battle between two worlds; one world that believes human life is sacred and consecrated to God and the other world that kills innocent unborn children and consecrates them to the trash.
 
In five minutes the movie says it all.
 

 
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