WATCH NOW on Facebook or YouTube: The 2021 MCCL Virtual March for Life


In 2021, because of the pandemic, MCCL held a virtual March for Life on Jan. 22 rather than an in-person gathering at the Capitol in St. Paul. Some MCCL chapters held local in-person gatherings. Make sure to watch our virtual March for Life program above or on Facebook or YouTube as we commemorate the 62+ million unborn lives lost, the women hurt, and the families wounded—and call for protection for everyone. Thanks for watching and standing up for unborn children and their mothers!


On Jan. 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions eliminated laws protecting unborn children nationwide. Each year, pro-life Minnesotans mark the anniversary of Roe and Doe with the MCCL March for Life at the state Capitol in St. Paul.


The purpose of the March is to commemorate the 62+ million unborn lives lost to abortion (and the women and men who have been hurt as a result) and to call for respect, protection, and support for unborn children and their mothers.

Read about and view photos from the 2020 MCCL March for Life. You can also see pictures from the 2019. 201820172016, 2015, and 2014 Marches, and view archival photographs from almost five decades of the March.