Photos: Catholics march from Capitol to Cathedral in support of marriage amendment

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1 The Most Rev. Lee Piche, the Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, speaks to the faithful on the steps of the Capitol before the rosary procession Sunday, May. 6, 2012, in support of the marriage amendment. 
2 A man holds up a rosary before the start of the rosary procession. 
3 A button is seen on the coat of a person before the start of the rosary procession. 
4 The Rev. James Kelleher speaks against same-sex marriage before the start of the rosary procession. 
5 Nancy Johnson sings a hymn before the start of the rosary procession. 
6 People watch as the statue of the Virgin Mary is carried during the rosary procession in front of the Capitol. 
7 Thousands of faithful Catholics walk from the Capitol to the Cathedral of St. Paul during a rosary procession. 
8 Thousands of faithful Catholics walk from the Capitol to the Cathedral of St. Paul during a rosary procession. 
9 A woman holds a rosary as she walks in the rosary procession from the Capitol to Cathedral of St. Paul. 
10 Dan Hawkins of Minneapolis holds a sign as the procession passes. 
11 Worshipers enter the Cathedral of St. Paul as they arrive from the steps of Capitol during the rosary procession. 
12 The Most Rev. Lee Piche, the Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, gives a sermon to the faithful at the Cathedral of St. Paul. 
13 Violet VinZant prays during services at the Cathedral of St. Paul after arriving from the Capitol during the rosary procession.