January 15, 2021

Indiana Right to Life Mass with the archbishop is full, but will be livestreamed

Criterion staff report

Tickets for the Indiana March for Life Mass with Archbishop Charles C. Thompson on Jan. 22 at St. John the Evangelist Church in Indianapolis are no longer available.

However, all are invited to watch the Mass online at www.facebook.com/stjohnsindy and www.stjohnsindy.org/mass-feed.html at 10:30 a.m. on Jan. 22.

As announced in prior issues of The Criterion, registration was required to worship at the Mass due to the church’s 250 capacity in order to abide by Marion County COVID-19 social distancing guidelines.

Those without tickets who arrive for the Mass will be asked to wait to see if any seats become available.

The Indiana March and Rally for Life, capped at 250 participants to abide by Marion County COVID-19 guidelines, is also now full. †


UPDATE: INDIANA MARCH FOR LIFE ON JAN. 22 WILL NOW BE A CAR PROCESSION AND RALLY, AND ANYONE CAN ATTEND

Registration required at www.rtlindy.org.

11:45 a.m. - Registered cars line up along Georgia St. and Capitol Avenue.

Noon - Car procession through downtown Indianapolis and past the

Capitol Building, continuing to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, 10655 Haverstick Road, in Carmel (Lafayette Diocese)

1 p.m. - Parking lot rally (broadcast LIVE by Catholic Radio Indy at 89.1 FM, by phone at (641) 741-2361, and live-streamed at www.catholicradioindy.org.)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS CHANGE WILL NOT AFFECT THE SOLEMN OBSERVANCE CATHOLIC MASS TO BE HELD AT ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST AT 10:30AM ON FRIDAY.

Please bring diapers of any size to donate.

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