WASHINGTON — When hundreds of thousands of people descend upon the nation’s capital next week for the March for Life this year, they will be met with exciting changes aimed at young people and cultural renewal, said the event’s leader.
“I think it’s really a spiritual battle,” Jeanne Monahan, March for Life's president, told Catholic News Agency on Jan. 15. “This march does have a huge impact on actually saving lives.”
Forty years after the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalized abortion throughout America, the March for Life is looking forward to continuing this impact with Monahan, who took over as head of the organization last year.
“The rally will have a really different...READ MORE