Don’t miss our special guest speaker who is one of the nation’s leading pro-life Ob/Gyn physicians trained in NaProTechnology!!! Dr. Monique is a daughter of God, a wife to an amazing husband, and a mother to three adorable kiddos. She is a convinced Catholic Christian who lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her recent book “Rising With Roses” delves deep into her faith journey and conversion from a broken marriage to an amazing and precious relationship with God. It also addresses many interesting life lessons that she learned along the way and now shares with her patients on a daily basis.
In addition to being a renowned pro-life Ob/Gyn, Dr. Monique also leads 40 Days for Life and organizes year-round sidewalk counseling in Philadelphia, and enjoys public speaker to help build a culture of life!
Sunday, January 21, 2018
March for Life
11:00 - 12:00 Pro-Life Rally
Celebrate LOVE SAVES LIVES with Bishop Mark Seitz, the Southwest Coalition for Life, and Special Guest Dr. Monique Ruberu!
12:00 - 1:00 March for Life
Take a bold stand for LIFE in El Paso in conjunction with millions of others around the country and the globe as we march in solidarity with the unborn lost to the violence of abortion.
1:00 - 2:00 Mass with Bishop Mark Seitz
Following the March for Life, there will be a Mass available at the rally site for Catholics who wish to stay for the Sacrament of the Eucharist.
Where do I park?
There should be ample parking along the streets of the San Jacinto Plaza. There are also nearby parking garages that charges a fee. They can range from $10 – $30.
Where do I drop off youth?
You can drop off at Coffee Box parking lot.
What should I bring?
You can bring signs, water, food, chairs, sun gear, and all your friends and family!
Will there be posters? Can I make my own?
We will provide some posters but you are encouraged to make your own! There might even be a prize for best homemade poster!
Will there be bathrooms available?
There will be port-a-pottys on site.
Where can we eat?
There are a few places around the Plaza you can eat. We recommend the Placita Café at the park and the Coffee Box.
Where is the Mass?
The Mass will be downtown in the parking lot where the Coffee Box is located, across the street from the San Jacinto Plaza.