Seton Hill University Students to Participate in March for Life 1/22
Seton Hill University students will participate in the 37th Annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. on January 22, 2010. The group of students, led by Sister Ann Infanger, S.C., professor emerita and advisor for the Respect Life Club at Seton Hill University, will travel by bus with members of Saint Paul Parish in Greensburg, Pa.
Seton Hill University students attending the March for Life include: Martha Balzano of Newburn Heights, Ohio, Darcie Basilico of Port St. Lucie, Fla., Caitlyn Gantzer of Westerville, Ohio, Sister Ran-young Kim, S.C., of Greensburg, Pa., Rose Kovach of Greensburg, Pa., Lauren Lane of Hershey, Pa., Sister Sonae Lee, S.C., of Greensburg, Pa., Jessica Orlowski of New Kensington, Pa., and Anna Provo of Charlton, Mass.
The theme for the 2010 March for Life is “Stand Up Now-Unite for the Life Principles-No Exception! No Compromise!” The event will begin at noon and over 200,000 participants will march along Constitution Avenue, up Capitol Hill to the Supreme Court, and then to the Congress.
The mission of Seton Hill University’s Respect Life Club is to increase awareness of life issues by educating and promoting choices that uphold the dignity of human life in all of its stages.