By Star Parker, CNSNews - After a COVID-19-driven timeout in 2021, March for Life returns this year to Washington, D.C., for the 49th year, noting the anniversary of and support to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision of Jan. 22, 1973. This began the era of legal abortion in the USA... A high turnout is expected due to last year's hiatus, but even more so, to express optimism that this could well be the last March for Life with Roe v. Wade the law of the land.
By Gene Thomas Gomulka, Church Militant - Dear Mr. Donohue, Between 1975 and 1980, when I was serving as an associate pastor at Our Lady of Victory parish in State College, Pennsylvania; teaching liturgy and dogmatic theology at St. Francis Seminary in Loretto, Pennsylvania; and coordinating pro-life activities as the Altoona-Johnstown diocesan respect life director; I invited Jesuit Fr. Virgil Blum to speak to the clergy and laity of the diocese about the Catholic League he founded in 1973.
By Austin Ruse, Crisis Magazine - Today very well could be the last March for Life to topple the national abortion regime. The national abortion regime may crumble in the coming months when the Supreme Court hands down its decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case. The great edifice of Roe and Doe and Casey may come tumbling down... We understand fully that the fight then shifts to the states, where the fight actually began before the Supremes got their grubby hands on it.
By Emily Mangiaracina, LifeSiteNews - An American bishop known for defending doctrine has praised Catholics who attend the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM) and asked that they be supported in the name of Church unity... “In this Week of Prayer for #ChristianUnity, let’s also work to safeguard and promote ‘Catholic Unity’,” tweeted Bishop Thomas Tobin of the Diocese of Providence in Rhode Island... “In particular, let’s resolve to respect and support members of our own Church who are devoted to TLM. They are faithful Catholics who greatly love the Lord and his Church.”