March For Life Meet-Up: A Big Thank You

This past Friday January 25th, I arranged a meet-up for any interested SQPN podcasters and listeners, as well as readers of this blog, who were attending the March for Life here in Washington, D.C. Over a dozen people showed up to say hello, and we managed to record an entire audio segment for the Catholic Weekend show. It was only a small sample of those attending the March for Life – crowd estimates are somewhere around 600,000 people – but it showed the diversity of backgrounds and experiences that had brought all of us there.

You can listen to the audio recording of the Meet-Up by downloading the latest episode of Catholic Weekend in iTunes, or you can listen online by going to the episode page on the SQPN website.

Special thanks to my SQPN colleagues Dr. Paul Camarata and Patrick Denny for joining us, and particularly Pat who very graciously brought his podcasting equipment along, and thanks to them both as well as SQPN fan John Clem for all of the great pictures from the meet-up which I share below.

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11 thoughts on “March For Life Meet-Up: A Big Thank You

  1. Thanks for your prayers. I hope this is not a duplicate response. We had 50,000 at the Walk for Life West Coast which considering our San Francisco surroundings is amazing. Nine years ago we had about 5,000.

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  2. Smilin’ Gus with his adorable cheeks is now the wallpaper on my PC. Great photos and audio recording for Catholic Weekend. Thanks for sharing.

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