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  • Three podcasts for your March for Life bus trip

    Traveling a long distance to attend the March for Life? Fill the hours with these informative and inspiring pro-life podcasts. 

    Abortion survivor Melissa Ohden: A voice of forgiveness

    Melissa Ohden, who survived a saline abortion at seven months’ gestation in 1977, will speak at the March for Life Jan. 24 about her journey to forgiveness and peace. In this episode recorded before the Virginia March for Life last year, she explains why she not only advocates for the unborn, but makes it her mission to be a voice of forgiveness for men and women suffering after an abortion. 


    Immaculée Ilibagiza, Rwandan genocide survivor, on fighting evil with love

    Immaculée Ilibagiza's seemingly serene native town of Kibuye, Rwanda, became a site of mass murder during 100 days of genocide in 1994, led by Hutu extremists against the Tutsi minority tribe. Ilibagiza hid in a tiny bathroom with seven other women for three months, even as neighbors-turned-killers searched the house. When she emerged, her entire family, except for a brother in another country, had been killed. Ilibagiza has spent decades working for reconciliation in her country and around the world, testifying to the power of God's presence even in the worst of situations. She’ll headline the Life is VERY Good youth rally the evening before the March for Life. 


     What would you tell a woman considering an abortion?

    Three people who participated in the 2019 March for Life: Carly Muzik, a young adult from Louisiana, Chris Stefanik, a public speaker and author, and Daniel Rice, a seminarian with the Diocese of Arlington, share how they would counsel a woman considering abortion. 


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