March for Life (Washington, D.C.)

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March for Life (Washington, D.C.)

Every year, hundreds of New Hampshire residents travel together by chartered coaches on a pilgrimage to the March for Life in Washington, D.C. The trip is a prayerful, powerful experience that contributes to the further establishment of a culture of life in our country. See the photo gallery below with pictures from previous New Hampshire pilgrimages to the march. 

This year, the trip begins early Thursday morning, January 23, 2020. Busses begin their return to New Hampshire shortly after the march, arriving back in the state very early Saturday morning, January 25.

To register, please contact one of the bus captains below.

Bus Captains

For residents of Greater Manchester, contact:

Marc Larochelle

For residents of the greater Nashua area, contact:

Fr. Von DeRosia

For residents of the greater Laconia area, contact:

Seth Evangelho

For residents of the Seacoast, contact:

Rebecca Ligouri

On the day of the March for Life, the regular daily Mass at Saint Joseph Cathedral in Manchester, NH, is offered in solidarity with New Hampshire pilgrims, for the intention of defending the dignity of the human person. Learn more here.

Photo Gallery

See a selection of photos from this year's March for Life, courtesy of the diocesan staff, SUMMIT members, and Trinity High School students who traveled to Washington, D.C. Click on images to see them enlarged.