“We march every year. It supports our Catholic beliefs and we can stand up for the children,” said Freshman Natalie Rosebrock.
A busload of Notre Dame Academy students left this morning to participate in Friday’s March for Life in Washington, DC. The thirty three students in grades 9-12 are accompanied by parents, faculty members, and a Sister of Notre Dame to add their voices to the annual march against abortion. While in the D.C. area, the students will be hosted by Mother Seton Parish in Germantown, Maryland, which will provide a Mass, dinner, and adoration. Friday morning, the NDA delegation will attend the Life is Good rally and Mass then participate in the #marchforlife. The march, which had over 100,000 attendees last year, walks from the Washington Monument to the Supreme Court. #UniqueFromDayOne: #MarchForLife2019