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A song that would like to be the hymn for the March for Life

This is what "Love will heal" sounds like. A newly released song by singer PJ Anderson, who hopes that his song will become an anthem against abortion. This song will be performed at the National March for Life held next March in Washington, D.C., PJ Anderson wants his music serve as a voice of encouragement to many young people. The song was released on January 22, coinciding with the meeting and the mass of young, pro-life supporters. Anderson explains that he wrote this song with his wife to bring love and hope to a hateful and violent world that disrespects the value of life. The message asks for one voice against violence, racism, abortion, terrorism and bullying. Anderson, one of the more prominent American Catholic singers, learned to play the guitar thanks to a nun when he was a child. Since childhood he participated in school musicals like Grease. Now he begins a tour of the United States to sing songs from his four previous albums. His new album will be released in June and already has a name: "Mercy, Mercy;� to pay homage in the year of Jubilee. IPC/YA PJAnderson (Youtube) SV -PR Up:FV