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Youth Group - March for Life

Madalene Youth in Washington, DC for the National March for Life!



Dear Madalene parish,

Thank you for your support of our youth group to attend the National March for Life in Washington, DC. It was an honor to be a part of this pilgrimage that affirms life and to be a witness of this with our youth group.
- Burnedette Anderson


“Thanks for allowing us to go on this trip and to march. I learned quite a lot.” - Vinny Jones

“Thank you so much for your support to allow us to make this pilgrimage and support life! It was an incredible experience that we will never forget. We couldn’t have done this without the generosity of the Madalene and we are so grateful!” - Jane Ellen Jones

“Thank you so much for your prayers and support! We’re so thankful that we were able to attend the March for Life this year.“ - Bridget Riley

“Thank you for helping get us to DC. Going to the National March for Life was such an incredible experience. It was so beautiful to see so many people united together to stand up for life. I am very thankful that I was able to go, so thank you so much.”  - Veronica Sousa

“Because of your generosity, we got to speak for life along with my friends, both old and new. You gave us lifelong memories. You’re incredible! Thank you! “ - Roman Jones

“Thank you so much for letting us go on this trip! I had so much fun and made so many new memories. I hope y’all let us go again next year!”- Addison Clayton

“Thank you to everyone who has supported this trip. I enjoyed many fun times while exploring our nation’s capitol. Some of my favorite moments are touring the Basilica, the Jefferson Memorial, where there was a very brave squirrel, the Lincoln Memorial, Robert E. Lee’s house, and Arlington Cemetery, where a wreath was laid by my fellow youth. The March was a place where life and fellowship were celebrated.” - Madalene Sousa

“Thank you for the opportunity to be a witness to the dignity of life at the National March for Life. I was proud to represent our parish.” - Henry Anderson