Life March Needs Support

Dear Editor: On Friday Jan, 19, I joined hundreds of thousands of people to remember and demonstrate against the Supreme Court decision of Roe v Wade (which made abortion the law of the land in the USA) in Washington, D.C., in the March for Life.

High Five For Pope

Julia Green lifts Sarah Tomic as she gives a high five to the statue of Pope St. John Paul II

Trump Encourages Pro-Life Marchers

Speaking to tens of thousands of predominantly young people gathered in the nation’s capital on Friday, Jan. 19, U.S. President Donald Trump pledged that “we will always defend the very first right … to human life.”

Pro-Lifers Share Same Quest For Civil Rights as MLK, says Cardinal Dolan

“We will not give-up,” said Cardinal Dolan, “that reason and the grand American tradition enshrined in our foundational documents are on our side, and that our love for babies, their struggling moms and dads, and our passion for a society to assist and protect all vulnerable life will keep us at it, because, to borrow my brother pastor’s refrain, ‘We shall overcome!’”

Life Is Worth the Sacrifice

My dear brothers and sisters in the Lord,

Each year, the Pro-Life movement comes together for the March for Life in Washington, D.C. This year, it was scheduled for Friday, Jan. 19. This annual event provides an opportunity for us to gather in our Nation’s capital and march down Constitution Avenue, ending at the Supreme Court, where the decision to make abortion legal in the United States has set a damaging path, reducing human life to a choice. It is unfortunate that there is a fundamental misunderstanding of the beginning of human life, its innate dignity and the possibility of terminating life.

March for Life President Uses ‘Big Tent’ Approach

Since becoming president of the March for Life, Jeanne Mancini, has expanded its Catholic base to promote inclusion and greater participation from pro-life advocates of all faiths, especially evangelicals.