Students will attend march in Downtown Indianapolis

Witka says event will protest Roe v. Wade abortion decision


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The chapel in Kelly Hall serves as the spiritual center of Cathedral High School.

Emma Kress and Liam Eifert, Reporters

Twelve students will attend the Indiana March for Life on Jan. 22. Director of Campus Ministry Mrs. Charlene Witka said, “It is a march against the signing of the Roe v. Wade decision” which made abortion on demand legal in all 50 states. 

These 12 students will protest the legalization of abortion on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade in 1973. Pro life booths will be set up at the Indiana Convention Center for the occasion. Protesters from all grade levels will march from Georgia Street to the State House after attending Mass at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The national March for Life in Washington, DC will occur two days later on Jan. 24.