Rallying Against The one million wrongful deaths in Southeastern Pennsylvania since

Roe v. Wade

9:00 AM

Roman Catholic Mass 

Archbishop Nelson Perez will kick off the day with the celebration of mass at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul. All are welcome!




Cathedral SS. Peter and Paul 

1723 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

9:30 AM

Interdenominational Prayer Service

Please join us on the lawn outside of the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul for a time of Prayer and Scripture Reading. This Prayer Service will be lead by pastors from the area.


Cathedral SS. Peter and Paul

1723 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

10:30 AM

Let the March Begin!

After mass and a short break we will begin our march to Philadelphia Women's Center, where over 6,500 abortions are performed each year.


March Starting Point

North 17th Street and Race Street, Philadelphia PA 19103

12:00 PM

Rally For Life



Our final destination along our march route will be the Independence Mall Visitors Center where we will conclude our day with a rally for life.


Independence Mall Visitors Center

599 Market Street, 

Philadelphia, PA 19106


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1.  Start directly East on Race St. from Cathedral (Parkway & Race)

2.  South on 8th Street (Right turn from Race St.)

3.  One and one-half blocks to left (East) on Appletree St.

4.  Pause at 777 Appletree St., Philadelphia Women’s Center

5.  Continue east on Appletree St.  

6.  Turn Right (South) on 7th St.

7.  Turn Left (east) on Market St

8.  Independence Mall and Rally will be on left and right.  


Meet The Speakers


Alison Centofante

Alison Centofante is the Director of External Affairs at Live Action, the largest pro-life organization online with over 5 million followers. Live Action is dedicated to ending abortion and creating a culture of life. Alison has been featured on Fox News, ABC, NPR, The Christian Broadcasting Network, and other media outlets. Her work has been published in National Review Online, World Magazine, Red Alert Politics, and The Blaze. She was formerly Director of Alliance Relations at Alliance Defending Freedom working to serve, strengthen, and expand the alliance on life, marriage, and religious freedom. and the Communications Director for Concerned Women for America, the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization. Alison  was named to Red Alert Politics “30 under 30” list and Christianity Today’s Reader’s Choice “33 under 33."

Dr. Monique Ruberu

Dr. Monique Ruberu is a daughter of God, a wife to an amazing husband and a mother to five adorable kiddos (2 in heaven). She is a convinced Catholic and a NaPro Technology Trained Pro-Life Ob/Gyn. Monique has a beautiful conversion story that she recently published titled “Rising with Roses. She co-leads two 40 days for life campaigns in downtown Philadelphia. She is a pro life advocate, trained sidewalk counsellor and public speaker. She loves to salsa dance, spend time with her Lord in mass and adoration, scuba dive, travel and love on her family. Monique loves speaking about making the most of your marriage, avoiding dating pitfalls and embracing the real purpose of dating, sexual integrity before and after marriage, NaPro technology as an alternative to contraceptives, IVF and typical gynecologic care, sidewalk counseling, the aftermath of abortion, and her conversion story.


Kathy Barnette

Kathy Barnette is a regular on National TV & Radio, and her first book “Nothing to Lose,  Everything to Gain:  Being Black and Conservative in America” debuted at #1 on Amazon's Cultural Policy book list.  


She is a wife and mother, a veteran, a former adjunct Professor of Corporate Finance, and a sought after political commentator and conference speaker.  


She served her country proudly for 10 years in the Armed Forces Reserves, where she was accepted into Officer Candidacy School.  Her corporate career includes working with two major financial firms and in corporate America.  Kathy also sat on the Board of a crisis pregnancy center for 5 years.

Click here to check out her book "Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain: Being Black and Conservative in America" on Amazon!


Reverend Herbert Lusk III

Rev. Herbert H. Lusk III was born and raised in the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection, Philadelphia, PA. He is the son of Rev. Dr. Herbert H. Lusk II and Vickey Lusk.  Rev. Lusk completed his theological education at the Reformed Episcopal Seminary in Blue Bell, PA and was ordained as Reverend by his father and is currently serving as the Youth and Young Adult Pastor at Greater Exodus Baptist Church located in the heart of North Philadelphia. Rev. Lusk is currently serving over 150 young people between the ages of 2 years old and 35 years old, pastoring and teaching them the Word of God.  Rev. Lusk is a servant leader throughout the community, being named a BMe National Champion, which is a social network for people of all races and genders invested in building caring and prosperous communities inspired by African-American Men. Rev. Lusk is a Board of Governors member of Valley Youth House which is an organization that mentors and assists youth in building a better future for themselves.  Rev. Lusk’s ministry, given by God, The Legacy Project is reaching lives all over the world to help people see their potential and believes in themselves and know that each of us has a LEGACY! The Legacy Project radio show can be heard each Saturday at 2:30pm on WFIL 560AM.

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Ashley Garecht

Ashley Garecht is a Board Member of the Pro-Life Union of Greater Philadelphia and a full-time mom who homeschools her three youngest children. Before motherhood, Ashley worked as an aide in the White House and the U.S. Department of Commerce. 


On April 18, 2019, Ashley, her two daughters, and a friend were praying outside a Planned Parenthood in Philadelphia when they were harassed by State Representative Brian Sims. During that encounter, Sims filmed and posted a video on social media offering $100 in exchange for the identities of the three teenage girls. Several weeks later, this video went viral, leading to national and local media attention.

In response to this incident, Ashley and her husband, Joe, launched a national crowdfunding campaign that raised over $125,000 to support the Pro-Life Union of Philadelphia.  Ashley also appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight, The Inghram Angle, local news programs, and talk radio to discuss the confrontation, and had op-eds published in USA Today and the Philadelphia Inquirer.  She now speaks publicly on issues regarding the sanctity of life, and civil and religious liberties.

Joe and Ashley live in the Philadelphia suburbs with their four children. 

Meet The Musician


Jack Terzian 

Singer-Song Writer

Jack Terzian is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, singer-songwriter, and performer. After a time away from God, he returned to the faith while at college in New Orleans. Left with a compelling story, his mission has become sharing his experience of redemption through God-given gifts and talents. 


He uses intelligent lyricism and catchy hooks to convey the message of the Gospel in a modern way, drawing from his own life experiences in a way that his peers and contemporaries can relate to and comprehend.


Jack also spends a lot of time in nature, and enjoys contemplation as well as company. He is the co-founder of a young adult adventure group, Philly Frassati.


Be Cool Be You is a brand started by Jack that promotes individuality and uniqueness, encouraging others to find and foster their God-given gifts and share them with the world. "Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire."


Check out his latest release here!


Listen to Lock 'N Key by Jack Terzian on #SoundCloud


Music Video for Beautiful Day (feat. Moosh)


Instagram: @jack.terzian

Our Sponsors

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Ancient Order of Hibernians

Bucks County Pro-Life Coalition

Chester County Pro-Life Coalition

Delaware County Pro-Life Coalition

Generation Life

Hope Pregnancy Center

Pro-Life Educational Foundation

Pro-Life Coalition of Pennsylvania

The Kings Men

Knights of the Immaculata

Regina Acadamies

Knights of Columbus Local Councils

...and many others!


Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I park?

Roman Catholic Mass and March for Life Start Location: For Cars... - Limited free parking will be available in the Cathedral parking lot (entrance is on 17th Street, south of Vine Street) - Street parking on Vine - Parking at public garages (Gateway Parking Garage @ 1540 Vine Street [enter on Spring Street) (Use SpotHero App on your smartphone to find and reserve a spot at a discount). There are several public parking garages/lots in the area. For Buses... - Contact Office for Life and Family, their are 5 bus permits for one spot each avaliable in front of the Cathedral - There are spots avalaible along Benjamin Franklin Parkway for parking or temporary standing - For questions email Rally for Life at Independence Mall - Public parking below the constitution Center and Independence Mall - Use SpotHero App on your smartphone to find and reserve a spot at a discount - There is limited street parking in the vicinity *expect to pay around $20.00 for parking*

What is the plan for bad weather?

Bundle up and bring your umbrella! Please consider sacrificing comfort for a few hours. We'll only cancel/reschedule if there is an extreme weather event that shutdown travel - check this website the morning of the march.

Will there be restrooms?

Restrooms are available at the Cathedral and will be open. At Independence Mall there will be Port-a-Potties available along 5th street. Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will be available. There are limited locations available for public restrooms.

What Covid-19 protocols do you have in place?

We are requesting and requiring that facemasks be worn both inside and outside at all times while participating in these events. Additionally we ask that you stand and march 6 feet socially distanced from people that do not live with you. This is for the safety of all. We request that you do not come if this is too difficult to abide by. We are protesting the deaths of unborn babies, not the wearing of masks of social distancing. Thank you for your cooperation.

What if I am unable to attend but would like to view the events?

Not a problem! We will be live streaming each event! However, we request that you attend in person if possible in order to help protest the million abortions in our area since Roe v. Wade and to stand publicly for the sanctity of life in the womb. Livestream will be available on the Pro-Life Union Facebook page @prolifeunion. You can find links to each of the THREE (3) different event livestreams (The Mass, The March, The Rally) at the top of the page!

What's the goal?

Our goal is to end the silent extermination of our children in the Greater Philadelphia Area. Our hope is that in gathering together we can effectively draw attention to the great tragedy that is the one million lives lost to abortion in the Greater Philadelphia Area since Roe v. Wade in 1973. We envision a Greater Philadelphia with no abortion and we aim to inspire and encourage action, change, and a culture where abortion is unthinkable.