Posts Tagged ‘rally for life’

Madeline Hill and Dominick Tardogno are two teens who came from Howard County to take part in the March for Life. First, though, they went to a rally and Mass at the Verizon Center in Washington. Hill is a parishioner of Church of the Resurrection in Ellicott City and Tardogno is a parishioner of St. Augustine’s in Elkridge.
Both are passionate and eloquent when talking about their stances on the pro-life movement in this interview I did for Catholic Review. If this is the future of the movement, it’s in good hands. Enjoy.

As a student at St. John Regional School in Frederick, Nicholas Thomason goes about his day like everyone else. But, in my CatholicReview.org video interview with him at the Rally for Life Mass Jan. 23, 2012, Nicholas revealed he’s pretty exceptional. Take a minute or two to watch this and hear about why he went to Washington for the March for Life with his parish, St. Timothy in Walkersville.

The March for Life brought out thousands of people Jan. 23, 2012. The crowd was overflowing with teenagers passionate about protecting the unborn. Here is a short example of students from The John Carroll School in Bel Air, Md. showing they care about the issue.

Monsignor Charles Pope, a priest in the Archdiocese of Washington, had people on their feet Jan. 23 at the Rally for Life Mass inside the Verizon Center. His homily was a call to action for the estimated 17,000 teens who were ready to participate in the March for Life.

In case you missed it, here’s your chance to listen to his homily.