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January 20

The theme of the 50th annual march — which will take place on Jan. 20, 2023 — titled Next Steps: Marching in a Post-Roe America, seeks to orient the national pro-life movement as it moves to dismantle abortion across all 50 states.


January 21

Neither Dobbs nor Proposition 1 has changed the Walk’s mission. It is to proclaim that abortion hurts women. Our mission is to proclaim that women deserve better than abortion, and that life, not death is the foundation of choice! Join the Walk for Life on January 21 as we witness to the dignity of women and the life and protection of the littlest among us.

Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children

January 21

Right now state and federal laws, in many instances, are still hostile to preborn children. So, great prayer and advocacy is still very needed.

The General Instruction of the Roman Missal, no. 373, designates January 22 as a particular day of prayer and penance, called the “Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children”: “In all the Dioceses of the United States of America, January 22 (or January 23, when January 22 falls on a Sunday) shall be observed as a particular day of prayer for the full restoration of the legal guarantee of the right to life and of penance for violations to the dignity of the human person committed through acts of abortion.”


“A great prayer for life is urgently needed, a prayer which will rise up throughout the world. Through special initiatives and in daily prayer, may an impassioned plea rise to God, the Creator and lover of life, from every Christian community, from every group and association, from every family and from the heart of every believer.” (Evangelium vitae, 100)

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