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Monks meet for Benedictine College’s epic March for Life journey.
Benedictine College President Stephen D. Minnis marches for life every year.
Benedictine College provided marchers with rally towels.
After 36 hours on a bus: National Shrine of the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.
Benedictine College’s pro-life group at Nativity Parish in D.C.
Benedictine College takes the metro to the March for Life
Benedictine College Ravens for life gathering on the D.C. Mall.
Benedictine College sends more students from further away to the March than any other Catholic university.
Students of Benedictine College are pro-life … and they vote.
It’s the largest unreported Washington event each year, with Benedictine College in the middle.
The Capitol stands in the distance as Benedictine College students march by.
Benedictine College marchers mourn for the unborn.
At long last, Benedictine College marchers reach their destination: The Supreme Court.
Benedictine College students pose by one of four buses that was home for nearly a week.
The Canterbury Tales told of a pilgrimage that brought a group together … Benedictine College monks and students describe how the March for Life does the same thing today.
In the long drive from Kansas to Wasington, D.C., monks taught students how to pray the liturgy of the hours … and how to play cribbage. They also shared their stories about how they were moved to stand up for life.