What brings them? Those hundreds of thousands who travel to the March for Life in Washington, D.C., each January.
It’s what you do when you believe in something that’s just so important that your commitment reaches down to the very roots of your soul. When you know that what you hold most dear is being threatened, and even if nobody stands up but you, you have to do it. When your faith, your belief in what our country is supposed to stand for, and your concern for those who are suffering won’t let you turn away.
When you know you have to do your part to defend the Right for Life, come to the March.
There you’ll see your single effort multiplied many thousand times over, your strength will reinforced by the passion of marchers of every age, religion, race, and ethnic background from every state of the union. And your heart will be uplifted and renewed by what you’ll be a part of there.
The March for Life is held each on January 22, the day commemorating the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision which legalized abortion on demand in 1973.
Rockland Right to Life has chartered three buses to this event: one is for students of Albertus Magnus High School. The others two will be leaving from St. Augustine’s in New City and Sacred Heart in Suffern. We ask everyone to be at the bus departure points at 5:45 a.m. The buses will leave Washington, D.C., at 6 p.m., and we should be home shortly after 11 p.m.
The cost is $30 for adults; $15 for students. If you are having financial hardship, your ticket will be paid for by one of our generous donors.
THERE IS A NEW POLICY THIS YEAR — ALL RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE BY JAN. 13 — AND WE MUST HAVE YOUR PAYMENT IN HAND AT THAT TIME.
For “Everything You Need to Know”about the trip and how to sign up, please click here.
For a Q&A discussion of our policy change and reservation deadline please click here.
PLEASE KEEP CHECKING THIS WEBSITE FOR MARCH UPDATES AS WE GET CLOSER TO THE TRIP.