SAGINAW — On Thursday, Jan. 17, several hundred Catholic pilgrims from the Diocese of Saginaw will travel by bus to Washington, D.C. for the world’s largest pro-life event. The pilgrims represent Catholic schools and parishes throughout the diocese.
"Please join me in praying for the young people and adults who will participate in the March for Life, " said the Most Rev. Walter A. Hurley, Apostolic Administrator for the Diocese of Saginaw. "I want to express my support and sincere appreciation for their faith and courage." Read More
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Schedule of Events
MARCH FOR LIFE – OPENING MASS OF THE NATIONAL PRAYER VIGIL
Live Coverage of the Opening Prayer Vigil for the Annual March for Life at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC.
Thursday, 01/17 AT 5:30 PM ET
CLOSING MASS OF THE NATIONAL PRAYER VIGIL FOR LIFE
Live Coverage of the Closing Mass of the National Prayer Vigil for Life from the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC.
Friday, 01/18 AT 7:30 AM ET
MARCH FOR LIFE
Live and complete coverage of the most important pro-life event of the year: the annual March For Life in Washington DC.
Friday, 01/18 AT 9:00 AM ET
ONE LIFE LA
Coverage of this event from downtown Los Angeles, which is a celebration of life in all stages, from conception to natural death.
Saturday, 01/19 at 5:00 PM ET
PRO-LIFE MASS FROM LOS ANGELES
Coverage of the Requiem Mass for the unborn at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
Saturday, 01/19 at 8:00 PM ET
Nine Days for Life
Four Ways to Participate!
Your prayers matter; Your sacrifices make a difference
Since the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision 46 years ago, more than 58 million children's lives have been lost to abortion, and the lives of millions of their parents have been shattered. In prayerful recognition of these lost and broken lives, the U.S. Bishops invited Catholics and others nationwide to participate in Nine days of prayer, penance and pilgrimage Jan. 14-22. Click the link for details or to receive the daily novena in English and Spanish each day by email, text message, or through their app.