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Thomas Aquinas College invites alumni, parents, benefactors, and other friends to walk and pray for the unborn at four major events in the upcoming month:

National March for Life

Members of Thomas Aquinas College’s Washington, D.C., Board of Regents will lead a TAC contingent at the annual March for Life on Friday, January 20. Friends and alumni in the area are welcome to join the group as it prayerfully works its way through the streets of the nation’s capital.

The marchers plan to gather at 11:45 a.m. at the corner of 12th Street and Jefferson Drive, by the Smithsonian Metro stop  — look for the matching maroon snow hats and the black TAC banner! For more information, please contact John Jost or Caroline Guinee.

Walk for Life West Coast 

The annual Walk for Life West Coast will take place on Saturday, January 21 in San Francisco, and once again, more than 200 Thomas Aquinas College, California, students will be there to lead the way. All alumni and friends of the College are invited to join them.

Admissions Director Jon Daly will be at the Info Faire starting at 11:00 a.m. and would be delighted to greet any friends who are there. Otherwise, please meet the TAC entourage at the Civic Center before the Walk gets under way at 12:30 p.m. You will find the students in matching gray sweatshirts this year, under a TAC banner, mostly likely at the front. If you have questions, please contact Jon Daly.

OneLife LA

A smaller group of TAC students who are unable to make the annual trip to San Francisco plan to walk for life in Downtown Los Angeles for One Life LA — the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ annual event to promote the beauty and dignity of all human life. If you would like to join them on Saturday, January 21, please contact Chris Weinkopf.

Vermont Rally for Life

With the overturn of Roe v. Wade shifting the battle for human life to the state level, the students of TAC-New England will be advancing the cause locally this year.  Many expect to attend the Vermont Rally for Life in Montpelier on Saturday, January 28. If you care to join them, please email Matthew Witzaney (’24).

Let us pray together for all of our beloved unborn!