Attend the March for Life

Update: the March for Life is now a virtual event. Learn more here.

This month marks 47 years of legalized abortion in the United States. Over 61 million babies have been killed in our country through this great evil. 

With the recent passage of the Infanticide Bill (Roe Act) in MA, which expands abortion through all nine months for any reason and allows doctors to withhold life-saving treatment to babies born alive during abortions, it is more important than ever that we stay engaged in the fight to defend life.

Roe v. Wade was decided in January of 1973, which is why pro-life advocates take this whole month to remember the unborn and commit to being a voice for the voiceless. This Sunday, January 17th is specifically set aside to celebrate the Sanctity of Human Life. It is not too late to plan a special service at your church. Read our latest blog post for a list of helpful resources to share the pro-life message with your church, family, and friends.

The highlight of this month, however, is the National March for Life, which has taken place every year since 1974. On Friday, January 29th thousands will gather on the National Mall in Washington D.C. to stand united together to defend the sanctity of human life. We encourage you to attend this powerful demonstration of pro-life voices. Cape Cod Bus for Life 2021 will be traveling to Washington, D.C. for the march. Click here for more information and to register. 

For those unable to travel to the capital, MA citizens will be uniting with the National March for Life in our own cities and towns. To find a list of events and to register, visit the Massachusetts Citizens for Life website.

MFI will continue the fight to protect the unborn citizens of the Commonwealth. Please consider giving a financial gift to help us in this important work.

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