Protesting The one million wrongful deaths in Southeastern Pennsylvania since
Roe v. Wade
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
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
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
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
Meet The Musician
Ancient Order of Hibernians
Bucks County Pro-Life Coalition
Chester County Pro-Life Coalition
Delaware County Pro-Life Coalition
Hope Pregnancy Center
Pro-Life Educational Foundation
Pro-Life Coalition of Pennsylvania
The Kings Men
Knights of the Immaculata
Knights of Columbus Local Councils
...and many others!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I park?
Roman Catholic Mass and March for Life Start Location:
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.
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.