Year after year every January hundreds of thousands come to the nation’s capital to give a voice to those who do not have one—the unborn. This year’s March for Life was historic, however, as for the first time ever, the sitting vice president appeared in-person. Quoting Phil. 4:5, Vice President Mike Pence shared his optimism for the pro-life cause, exhorting the crowd to “Let this movement be known for love, not anger; … compassion, not confrontation… [T]here is nothing stronger than gentleness.”
Following the rally, more than a dozen from Holy Trinity and the Chapel joined His Beatitude Metropolitan Tikhon, head of the Orthodox Church in America, and several Orthodox hierarchs, clergy, and laity in praying for the victims of abortion, before making the two-mile trek from the White House to the Supreme Court.