48 Years of Marching for the Voiceless

In 1973, the Supreme Court of the United States invalidates 50 state laws and makes abortion legal — on demand — throughout the U.S. in the decisions of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton.

Hundreds Brave Cold to Attend March For Life and ‘Make a Stand’

For about 200 people, subfreezing temperatures, blistering winds, and a recommendation to stay at home didn’t matter. They joined about 60 pro-life advocates for the 48th National March for Life from the Museum of the Bible to the Supreme Court.  

‘9 Days for Life’ Novena Kicks Off in Diocese of Brooklyn

The nationwide “9 Days for Life” Novena, sponsored by the United States Catholic Conference of Bishop’s Committee on Pro-Life Activities, has officially begun in the Diocese of Brooklyn. This year, the Novena takes place from Jan. 21 to 29, providing parishioners with daily reflections and opportunities for prayers and actions to promote the respect of all human life.

March for Life Forges Ahead Through COVID-19 Pandemic

Cathy Donohoe cut class in 1974 to attend the first annual March for Life with her father. Forty-six years later, she’ll be down in Washington D.C. again, on January 29th, to show her support for the unborn despite the pandemic.

National Prayer Vigil for Life Will Be Virtual This Year

Each year on the night before the annual March for Life, at least 10,000 people have filled the Great Upper Church of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington for the National Prayer Vigil for Life. This year, due to local restrictions on attendance sizes because of the pandemic, the prayer vigil will be virtual.