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Inside the Cathedral of San Juan Bautista de Cuyo, Argentina, on November 24, 2013, 700 people prepared in prayer accompanied by their Bishop, Msgr. Alfonso Delgado.
Before the assault by 1,500 radicals, all the men, kneeling down before a priest, had said a prayer of exorcism. “I think all of us had an expectant emotion for defending the House of God.…But then, during the two hours the assault lasted, the sensation was that of pity for these women.”
“The attack on our bodies was the least of things.…One can only remain in astounded horror seeing what a creature, a child of God, a woman destined to wonderful things, can become when choosing personal degradation, egoism and death against her own nature.”
Oscar Campillay, father of 8, shared how “there was a moment in which a girl whose face was covered stood in front of me. I decided to look into her eyes without ceasing to pray, while she assaulted me.”
“There was an instant in which our eyes met and we each held our gaze firmly. Suddenly she became calm and quiet; slowly she uncovered her face and looked at me, and withdrew in silence away from the crowd,” he said.