“We Are the Pro-life Generation” – And Here’s How We’re Proving It!

by Pro-Life, Social Justice

You probably won’t hear about it on the news, but hundreds of thousands of pro-life warriors will travel to Washington, D.C. on January 18th for the March for Life. People of all ages and backgrounds will unite to stand for life and promote the 2019 theme, “Unique From Day One”.

If you’re not able to travel to take part in this march, pray the 9 Days for Life Novena that begins on January 14th. Sign-up to receive emails or text messages with the necessary prayers here: http://www.usccb.org/about/pro-life-activities/january-roe-events/nine-days-of-prayer-penance-and-pilgrimage.cfm

There are also some incredible resources available to post and share on your social media. Use #WhyWeMarch #UniqueFromDayOne #MarchforLife

Human Life Action created this inspiring video titled “We Are the Pro-Life Generation” for you to share.

 

 

 

 

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