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The 2023 MCCL March for Life will take place at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023 at the state Capitol in St. Paul. It will be followed at 2:30 with a brief program on the Capitol steps.

The historic overturning of Roe v. Wade has allowed states to protect unborn children, and some states are doing so. Many lives are being saved!

Here in Minnesota, though, abortion-on-demand continues, and lawmakers are now pursuing extreme new pro-abortion legislation

That’s why the annual MCCL March for Life is as important as ever. Held on Jan. 22—the anniversary of the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that first legalized abortion—the March commemorates the tens of millions of lives lost to abortion (including almost 700,000 in Minnesota) and the women and families who have been wounded. 

It’s also an opportunity to tell elected officials in St. Paul that unborn children and their mothers deserve better than no-limits abortion—and we won’t stop working until every innocent human being is protected!

Please make plans to join us for the first post-Roe MCCL March for Life at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 22, on the state Capitol grounds in St. Paul. A short program will follow at 2:30 p.m. on the Capitol steps.

Pro-abortion lawmakers want to make unlimited abortion a permanent policy in our state. We must speak out against this harmful effort. Your presence at the Capitol will send a strong message in support of the rights of unborn children and their mothers. Be sure to come, and bring pro-life friends, family members, church members, or others with you!

Pro-life signs will be available; you are also free to bring your own. Some groups and churches rent buses for transportation to the March; unfortunately, MCCL cannot maintain a list of these buses. In the case of bad weather, please check the MCCL website or call us at 612-825-6831 for updates.

We’ll see you at the March for Life!


​A flier / poster for the 2023 March for Life is available here

Read about and view photos from the 2022 MarchIn 2021, the March for Life was virtual because of the COVID-19 pandemic. You can watch it on Facebook or YouTube

You can also see pictures from the 20202019. 201820172016, 2015, and 2014 Marches, and view archival photographs from almost five decades of the March.

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