The March for Life will not be held in person this year, a first in its decades-long history. The reasons for making that call were sound, and you can watch live as a small group of pro-life leaders symbolically march in place of the hundreds of thousands of people who normally would. Still, it's a tough environment and we all hope that we will be in Washington, D.C. this time next year.
One of the major benefits of the annual March for Life is networking. It is an opportunity for pro-life people from various states to join in our nation's capital, learn from one another, and develop new strategies to save babies' lives from abortion. We are doing our best to replicate that in a virtual setting, with two events tomorrow (all times Eastern).
(1) The Cardinal O'Connor Conference on Life, traditionally held at Georgetown University, will be held remotely beginning tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. Secular Pro-Life appreciates this opportunity to connect with Catholic university students and help them reach their secular classmates with the pro-life message. Stop by our virtual exhibit booth between 12:15 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. and say hello! Registration is required.
(2) Tomorrow night from 7:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., we will join our friends at Rehumanize International and other organizations for a virtual game night! Tickets are pay-what-you-want. Each organization will host a game, and Secular Pro-Life has selected Family Feud; you can help by taking this survey in advance.
We hope to see you soon!