March for Life

A group of University of Mary students at the national March for Life.

For Life.

Each year, the University of Mary sends busses of students to the March for Life in Washington, DC, the largest annual pro-life event in the world, to bear witness to the sanctity of human life.

The March for Life has been held annually in Washington for almost 50 years. It is a bipartisan, interdenominational gathering of hundreds of thousands of Americans who travel to the nation’s capital to testify to a message that is powerful and life-affirming.

The University of Mary has been a part of the March for the last decade. In 2017, the University of Mary was honored to lead the March, and student Katrina Gallic represented the university with a moving speech at the March.

2022 March for Life

Wednesday, January 19

  • Depart for Washington, DC

Thursday, January 20

  • Arrive in Washington, DC
  • Tour of the St. John Paul II Shrine
  • Holocaust Museum Tour
  • Evening Mass
  • Guided nighttime walking tour of the National Mall with Monsignor James Shea

Friday, January 21

  • Morning Mass with North Dakota contingent
  • March for Life
  • Free evening in DC

Saturday, January 22

  • Cardinal O’Connor Conference at Georgetown University
  • Depart for Bismarck

Sunday, January 26

  • Mass
  • Arrive at the University of Mary

Students, Faculty, and Staff: $339

Includes transportation to and from DC, lodging at the Embassy Suites, tours of the St. John Paul II Shrine, Holocaust Museum, National Mall, and the Cardinal O’Connor Conference.

Have Questions?

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