March For Life
GRIFFITH | In what has become a January tradition, a group of students and adults from St. Mary Roman Catholic Church and its school will set off today on a road trip to Washington, D.C., to speak out against abortion.
Eight students and two staff members from Bishop Noll Institute in Hammond traveled to Washington D.C. last month to attend the annual March for Life rally. Along pro-life advocates from throughout the nation, the students joined others from the Diocese of Gary to mark the 40th anniversary o…
Braving 25-degree temperatures and blowing snow, 54 people from across Northwest Indiana joined the Rev. Theodore Mens, pro-life director for the Diocese of Gary, at the 40th anniversary March For Life on Jan. 25 in Washington D.C.
WASHINGTON, D.C. | Mackenzie Chapman didn’t mind that snow started to fall Friday about an hour after she and 45 of her classmates began walking toward the U.S. Capitol.
It was cold and rainy, and they stood in mud, but that didn't stop 53 people representing the Diocese of Gary from participating in the 39th annual March For Life in Washington D.C. on Jan. 23.
The Knights of Columbus, a Catholic men's organization, is known for its philanthropic efforts, and local councils have been making a difference recently.
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