March for Life Archive
Recently, columnist Roxane Salonen had a chance to have breakfast with Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life. What she learned from their meal together should encourage anyone who cares about fostering a Culture of Life.
Christine Johnson features a review of the March for Life App, a tool that extends beyond a one day mission to save lives.
Can’t get to the March for Life? The U.S. Bishops have an app that lets you join in prayer and sacrifice to promote the culture of life.
While at the March For Life in Washington DC this year I encountered many, many amazing pro-life speakers and apostolates. However there was one person in particular that moved me to tears and made my heart rise
Somehow, I made it out of D.C. alive. There were times I wondered if it would happen, truly. For one, 50+ hours traveling on a bus with mostly teenagers, virtually no leg room and an aisle seat, and
Every day we have the opportunity to witness to the culture of life or death. We forget that the culture of Life we want to build involves everyone. So today, if you cannot be in the March
If you or a loved one has been hurt by abortion, please feel free to check out this earlier post on God’s infinite mercy and power to heal, written with the help of my dear friend Fr. Matthew,
On January 23, 2012, massive numbers of pro-lifers made their mark on Washington, D.C. (300,000 was one such figure mentioned). Living proof that Americans care about Life and the Dignity of Life along with the quality of
This weekend, close to half a million souls will descend upon Washington D.C. Teens will stay up all night Saturday, praying and praising in our national Shrine. Housewives from the south will stand next to University presidents
Editor’s Note: I am so grateful to Leticia Velasquez for sharing her recent trip to the March for Life in Washington DC with us. For a full look at all of Leticia’s photos, please visit her great
When we moved to Maryland back in the Winter of 1995, I wanted to go to the March for Life. It was a frigid January and with our only son not yet two, I let prudence dictate
Today, we welcome new columnist Hugh McNichol. Hugh is an experienced writer and blogger who will join us weekly to share his perspective. The United States Supreme Court decision in Roe vs. Wade gave quite realistically a
This week we celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Watching Dr. King’s most iconic “I have a Dream” speech on the mall, framed by the Lincoln Memorial, his words have lost none of their poetry, none