January 22 is less than three months away. Time to plan for your trip to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life. Never been there? Make a commitment to getting there for 2015. You won’t be sorry. The March us a wonderful, inspirational annual event.
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Jeanne Monahan of the national March for Life hosted a webinar last night about the 2015 March. She brought in some friends to help make a pitch for the event – Kristan Hawkins of Students for Life and blogger Jill Stanek, to name two. (You can listen to the webinar here.) Even better: March for Life has prepared a Trip Planner that will be a great guide for anyone planning to attend the March for Life, whether traveling alone or in a group. You can order the downloadable Planner online now.
There’s much more to the March for Life than just the walk from the National Mall to the Supreme Court with more than a hundred thousand fellow pro-lifers from all over the country. An expo, special church services, and the Rose Dinner are just a few of the events from which you can choose.
Transportation a problem? There are buses chartered to the March from New Hampshire every year. Watch the blog’s Facebook page for updates as they become available.