“Radio Santísimo Sacramento” transmitirá en español la Caminata por la Vida-Costa Oeste en vivo por Radio EWTN

Posted on Jan 23, 2018 in 2018 Walk for Life, Blog, En Espanol, EWTN, Press Coverage

Great news! Radio Santísimo Sacramento will broadcast the Walk live in Spanish: Radio Santísimo Sacramento, la estación de radio católica de la Diócesis de Sacramento, ha estado en el aire por más de 6 años y siempre ha apoyado el movimiento pro-vida. Pero este año, han alcanzado un nuevo peldaño en la lucha por la vida: La radiodifusión de toda la Caminata por la Vida Costa Oeste a través de la red de EWTN Radio Católica Mundial. Los eventos...

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“It’s not pink, but blood red” #walkforlifewc banners fly over ‘Women’s March’

Posted on Jan 22, 2018 in 2018 Walk for Life, Blog, Silent No More

This year, like last year, the San Francisco Women’s March took place under the Walk for Life’s ‘Abortion Hurts  Women’ banners which line Market Street.  You can see one on the lamppost. The Women’s March has providentially provided us with a radically larger audience for our message, right in our target demographic. God indeed works in mysterious ways. We pray that our message resonates with some of the people at...

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’60 million children were killed in silence because they had no voice, and their voice can only be found in us–can you be there?’

Posted on Jan 22, 2018 in 2018 Walk for Life, Blog, High Schoolers for Life!, Students For Life, Walk for Life Religious Leaders, Your Stories

We we’re going to title this post ‘Look Who’s Coming to the Walk: St. Isidore, Yuba City!’ because they are bringing two buses to the Walk for Life West Coast. But then we read this week’s very powerful pastor’s message from Fr. Avram Brown, the young pastor of St. Isidore. You should too. This week we pray for the protection of human life. Tomorrow, January 22nd, the United States marks  45 years since the...

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‘Abortion in the Black community is a form of genocide’ StandUp4Life Rally THIS FRIDAY! #walkforlifewc

Posted on Jan 22, 2018 in 2018 Speakers, 2018 Walk for Life, 40 Days For Life, Blog, Gianna Molla Award, Priests for Life, Stand Up 4Life, Walk for Life Additional Events, Walk for Life Religious Leaders

This Friday January 26, the Rev. Walter Hoye, long-time ally of the Walk for Life West Coast, and (with his wife Lori) the 2008 recipient of the Walk’s St. Gianna Molla Award for pro-life heroism, will host the annual StandUp4Life Rally and Walk at Oakland’s Frank Ogawa Plaza, in front of Oakland’s City Hall. The rally will begin at 12:30 PM. From the Issues4Life Mission Statement: “We walk because abortion in the Black community is a form of...

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His Eminence Orthodox Archbishop Benjamin to give Invocation at #walkforlifewc

Posted on Jan 21, 2018 in 2018 Speakers, 2018 Walk for Life, Archbishop Benjamin, Blog, Orthodox Christians for Life, Praise God, Walk for Life Religious Leaders

What a great honor! At next Saturday’s Walk for Life West Coast, the Invocation will be given by His Eminence the Most Reverend Benjamin, Archbishop of San Francisco and the West of the Orthodox Church of America.  (Last Friday, His Beatitude Tikhon, Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada of the Orthodox Church of America gave the invocation at the March for Life in DC.  Our friends over at Orthodox Christians for Life...

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Want to go to Students For Life Conference for Free? There may still be time! #walkforlifewc

Posted on Jan 21, 2018 in 2018 Walk for Life, Blog, High Schoolers for Life!, Praise God, Sisters of Life, Students For Life, Walk for Life Additional Events, Youth Conferences

Hey, pro-life students–and there are a lot of you! Students for Life of America is hosting their Annual West Coast Conference (theme: Momentum) at Patrons Hall of St. Mary’s Cathedral on Sunday, January 28-the day after the Walk for Life West Coast. Events start with breakfast at 8AM, followed by workshops with a top-drawer list of speakers addressing subjects critical to the continued growth of the pro-life movement on campus, in...

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