For the first time ever, a group of 55 students and faculty from Trinity Catholic High School in Ocala will be making a “Pilgrimage for Life” to participate in the national March for Life in Washington D.C. on January 27. The four day trip will include the Youth Rally and Mass for Life, march to Capitol Hill and the Supreme Court, and visits to memorials and museums including the Holocaust Museum and Arlington National Cemetery to honor all life including those that have been lost and sacrificed for others.
“Our students have a commitment to life in all its forms,” said Anne Scanlon, dean of faith formation and spiritual life at Trinity. “Our students are family. They care for each other and I think that’s because they have learned that life is something to be cared for.”