A group of our seminarians were at the March for Life in Washington D.C. on January 21, 2022. It’s never too late to join them in praying for an end to abortion and the beginning of a true culture of life that respects human dignity from conception to natural death.
Enjoy this video of our seminarians chanting Salve Regina at the end of the March for Life. We are grateful to the generous donors who made this trip possible so our seminarians could show their commitment to life.
Here are some words of gratitude from our seminarians who sincerely appreciated the opportunity to be a part of this amazing event:
Thank you for your generosity in supporting my brother seminarians and me in attending the 2022 March for Life. It was the first time that I had ever attended the March and I was greatly encouraged and better informed in my mission to talk with friends and family who remain pro-choice. I got to see the depth, care, and universality of the pro-life movement as I listened to the bishops at the vigil masses and as I talked with others during the March.
Thank you again for all your generosity,
Thank you for your kind and loving support in making the March for Life accessible to all of us as seminarians The March for Life was filled with joy from the whole crowd hoping and praying for the changes needed to protect all life in the world. Thank you again for your kind support. Please know you are in my prayers.
Patrick Michael Truskowski
Dear Benefactor for the March for Life,
Thank you so much for the generosity and kindness you showed in supporting our
seminary pilgrimage to the March for Life. I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to travel to our nation’s capital as a witness to the dignity and value of life. During the course of the pilgrimage, I was deeply moved by the energetic enthusiasm expressed by the countless youth who attended the March. The joy and fervor present at the March gives me immense hope for the future of Church as well as those youth who continue to stand up for the most vulnerable in society.
During this year’s March I was convicted of the need to stand up for the protection of the unborn throughout the course of the year. Together with a number of seminarians, I have begun to pray outside abortion clinics on Saturday mornings to offer protection and support for the unborn children and their mothers who are seeking abortion.
I am incredibly grateful for your immense generosity in supporting the mission to defend the unborn by funding our pilgrimage to the capitol. Please know that I will continue to pray for you and your intentions throughout the course of the year here at seminary.