Generation Life 2017

Generation Life 2017 in the News

We were fortunate enough to have a bit of news coverage of the the pilgrimage. All who took part should be proud. Our message is getting out. Here’s a rundown…

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We Came. We Marched. Now What?

Are you as fired up from the last few days as I am?? The March was amazing. The speakers and programming were powerful. Now comes the hard part: going home…

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Archbishop Carlson’s Homily: Live All the Beatitudes

Archbishop Robert Carlson celebrated Mass at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for the pilgrims before they headed back to St. Louis on Saturday evening. In his homily, Archbishop Carlson…

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Let the Holy Spirit Lead You

A Chance Encounter Have you ever had a moment when you weren’t sure how to answer? The day after the powerful March for Life in D.C., I was standing outside…

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Touring and Praying

Today our pilgrims will be spending the bulk of the day touring Washington, D.C. There are numerous museums and historical monuments in the area that offer the pilgrims a chance…

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High School Track: Going Beyond Your Conditions

This second night of programming, the high school track focused on how we can go beyond our conditions and not let ourselves be limited by them. The evening focused on a…

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8th Grade Track: How to Help a Friend

As a pro-life generation, we are called to be pro-all life.  Tonight, Paul Masek and Rachel Leininger focused on how we can support the lives of our friends.  We often…

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The March: Display of Joy

After spending months preparing to come to D.C, we finally had a chance to get out on the streets of D.C.  The afternoon began with a historic rally before continuing…

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Archbishop Carlson’s Homily: Be a Force of One

Archbishop Robert J. Carlson celebrated Mass for the high school track this morning before our pilgrims headed to participate in the March for Life. In his homily, he called on…

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Fr. Fallon’s Homily: Faith and Love

This morning at the Mass for the 8th graders, Fr. Fallon gave a homily about the importance of both faith and love in attending the March for Life.