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National March for Life – Pilgrimage to Washington, D.C. 2019

The Chastity Education Initiative of the Archdiocese of Chicago Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity is providing an exciting 4-day pilgrimage opportunity to join the National March for Life in our nation’s capital.

We invite high school students, young adults, and adult Parishioners to join us and 500,000+ people from all over our country that gathers to march for life! From the Archdiocese of Chicago, we leave on Wednesday evening, January 16, 2019 and return on Sunday morning, January 20, 2019.

Register now to avail the $350 early bird price!!!
Which includes the round-trip transportation to Washington, D.C. via motor coach, 2 nights at a beautiful hotel, and participation in all activities including the March for Life, time to tour Museums and Monuments, Youth Rally, and many other fun activities!

  • Flyer (PDF)
  • FAQs (PDF)
  • Registration Process Guide for the National March for Life Pilgrimage 2019 (PDF)
  • Adult Participant Registration Form (PDF)
  • Safe Environment Acknowledgement Form (PDF)
  • Teen Participant Registration Form (PDF)
  • Group Reservation Sheet (PDF)
  • Group Rooming List (PDF)

For more information, please contact Ray Pingoy at 312.534.8294 or email at rpingoy@archchicago.org.

We build bonds among each other to sustain our life in Christ. We transform the lives of others through service as Christ’s missionary disciples.

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The Catholic Church proclaims that human life is sacred and that the dignity of the human person is the foundation of a moral vision for society. Every person has a fundamental right to life, and a right to those things required for human decency. Marriage and the family are the central social institutions that must be supported and strengthened. Basic rights of workers must be respected, as work is a form of continuing participation in God’s creation.

Corresponding to these rights are duties and responsibilities — to one another, to our families, and to the larger society. We are one human family, and loving our neighbor has global dimensions. We promote peace in a world surrounded by violence and conflict. We are instructed to put the needs of the poor and vulnerable first. And care for the earth is a requirement of our faith.

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops,
7 Themes of Social Teaching

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