#Snowmageddon2016 Couldn’t Stop the March for Life

The impending blizzard couldn’t stop the March for Life, and it didn’t keep Amanda Calis and Lizbeth Bull from being a part of it. Amanda (MSS Aftercare Coordinator) and Liz (MSS Teacher Assistant) braved the elements to stand up for life because it’s more than a cause for them.

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“I’ve been going to the march for life since I was young, more than 15 years. It never ceases to amaze me the number of people and the energy and the love they have. It is a true witness of the hope we still have in this country. We are fighting for lives for both the babies and their mothers. It is encouraging to be amongst so many fighting for the truth.” Amanda

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“I think it was amazing to see thousands of people in the snow, supporting the same cause. The weather didn’t phase anyone…it was the least we could do for the lost lives of the unborn. It meant more to me this year since I am bearing a child, I just couldn’t imagine…” –Liz

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We join the March for Life in D.C. in Spirit

JesuswithChildren_1_mToday, on the 41st anniversary of Roe v. Wade, and the 41st annual March for Life is happening in Washington D.C. Despite the cold, snowy conditions, thousands of pro-life marchers have banded together to show their support for the unborn, to give a voice to the billions who do not have one. We offer up our prayers on behalf of the marchers and for those they are marching for, as we join them in spirit, and we encourage you to do the same.

You can follow the March on Twitter by clicking on the hashtag #whywemarch. Share your own prolife stories or prayers by using the #Seton4Life hashtag.