Numerous acts of vandalism and desecration were perpetrated as a reaction the the court ruling.
The decision halts "pregnancy terminations" for foetal abnormalities, virtually the only type currently performed in the country.
The local clergy warned about the spiritual dangers posed by satanic practices.
Orban praised "the attitude of Central and Eastern Europe" - a region that consistently goes it's own way."
Poland maintains strict abortion laws, only allowing it in cases of rape, incest, or when a mother’s life is in danger.
In late June, a vehicle from the Polish Right to Life organisation was targeted by a vandal describing himself as transgender.
Mostly young people took part in the march, but there were also families with children.
The Pole was accused by the security services of participating in an "illegal street action."
Belarusian President Lukashenko stated that the bishop "entered the list of people banned from entry common to Russia and Belarus"