December 22, 2023

Indiana March for Life 2024 schedule includes events on Jan. 21-22

Criterion staff report

As in years past, the 2024 Indiana March for Life schedule of events begins with a vigil at St. John the Evangelist Church in Indianapolis on Jan. 21.

The vigil includes a 7 p.m. Mass, followed by eucharistic adoration from 8-10 p.m. That time will include prayer, music and a talk by one or more members of the New York-based Sisters of Life. Confession will also be available.

The day of the march, Jan. 22, kicks off with a youth rally for those in grades 8-12 and their chaperones.

The gathering will take place in the Indiana Convention Center from 9-11 a.m. Members of the Sisters of Life will offer talks on God’s mercy and practical tips for living out the call to promote life. The rally will also include prayer and worship, music by Sarah Kroger, discussion time, an activity and the opportunity for confession.

Registration for the youth rally is required at (case sensitive). Chaperones must complete safe environment training in their respective diocese by Jan. 7 to attend.

During the youth rally, all are invited to visit pro-life booths in the convention center.

The 11:30 a.m. Mass for Life—concelebrated by four of the state’s five bishops—will also take place in the Indiana Convention Center.

Groups, families and individuals may pack their own lunch, eat at local restaurants or pre-order $10 box lunches from St. John the Evangelist Parish by Jan. 8 at, then select “Food.”

Right to Life of Indianapolis will sponsor a pre-march rally from 1-1:30 p.m. at the intersection of Georgia Street and Capitol Avenue.

Then all are invited to gather at Georgia and Illinois streets from 1:30-1:45 p.m. to assemble for the march to the south steps of the Indiana Statehouse from 1:45-2:30 p.m.

A post-march rally with speakers will take place there until 3 p.m.

For more information on the events, the schedule, travel and parking details, go to (case sensitive). †


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