Why We March for Life

News from the Diocese
We March for Life How many holes have been left in our world due to the lack of respect for life? Countless. Each year, in January, the March for Life is held in Washington, D.C., and each year, thousands of people from all over the country come together to take a stand for life: the life of the unborn, the life of the mother carrying her child, the life of the fathers, the life of the elderly, the life of the sick and dying, the life of the disabled, the life of the military, the life of the innocent and the guilty, the life of every person. But why a march?...Read More

News from the Pope:
Pope urges Bishops to protect lives of children -  (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has written to the Bishops of the world condemning all forms of oppression and exploitation of children. His words come in a letter signed on the Feast of the Holy Innocents, which takes place each year on December 28, during the Octave of Christmas...Read More
News from the Church:
Vatican Radio Ends 85 Years of Independent Operations 
- But on December 31, 2016, after more than 80 years of operation, Vatican Radio is being absorbed into the new Secretariat for Communications. The move is part of Pope Francis' reorganization of Curial offices, and is intended to make better use of the Vatican's limited financial resources. According to Catholic World News, broadcasting programs will continue—at least for the near-term future—but Vatican Radio will no longer have its own corporate identity.....Read more