Young Adults Hit the Road

Young adults hit the road to take pro-life message across country by Ana Franco-Guzman, Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — The path for a group of young adult pro-lifers this summer is about 10,000 miles long. That’s the collective mileage Crossroads walkers will complete by Aug. 11 or 12, walking from the West Coast to…

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Faith at the Crossroads

Young Pro-Lifers Complete 21st Annual Cross-Country Walk By Cecilia O’Reilly, Register Correspondent National Catholic Register WASHINGTON — After 12 weeks of both silent protesting and vocal testimonies, dozens of young Americans gathered outside the U.S. Capitol to rally in defense of life, after trekking from West to East Coast for that very cause. These young…

2015 Walks Finish at US Capitol

Today, Saturday, August 15, over 40 young people from colleges around the country, converged as their 3, simultaneous, cross-country walks across America, concluded in Washington, D.C. On Crossroads, they experienced firsthand the reality – supported by several recent polls, that a majority of Americans are pro-life. They encountered a warm welcome and outpouring of support…

Two weeks away from Washington D.C.

UNITED STATES – July 28, 2015 – For the past two months, dozens of college students have been walking across America with a group called Crossroads on 3 simultaneous cross-country pro-life walks. After spending their summer on foot, these young people are scheduled to arrive in Washington, DC on August 15th for a rally at…

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Pro-Life Youth on Cross-Country Crossroads Pilgrimage

By Stephen Lee Capital Journal CENTRAL SOUTH DAKOTA – A dozen pro-life Catholics walking across America traipsed across Stanley County Tuesday, reaching — or getting pretty close — to Fort Pierre by sunset. “Our goal is 60 miles a day,” said Ally Mechling, who just graduated from Ave Maria University in Florida. They walk in…