Now is your chance to choose the 2018 Mass. March for Life Baby. Visit the Voting Page and register your vote. You may also vote on our Facebook page by going to this photo album and liking your favorite. Then share that page to Facebook, Twitter, all your social media and your family and friends through email so that you can all vote for your favorites.
Voting will end on April 30, 2018 at noon, but don’t wait to make your choice of these adorable children. Then join us for the Massachusetts March for Life on June 17 on Boston Common.
UPDATE: Voting is now open. Visit http://www.massmarchbabycontest.com and vote for your favorite baby today, until April 30.
The Massachusetts March for Life is coming this Father’s Day, June 17, and as we do each year we celebrate the March by holding the March Baby Contest, looking for an adorable baby to be the face of LIFE in Massachusetts for the next year.
The March Baby is the face of the March for Life, which will take place on Sunday, June 17, 2018, and reminds everyone why we work to bring about greater respect for Life. All of the March Babies are the best pro-life witnesses to the personhood and humanity of us all.
To enter the contest, please submit an electronic photo of your child who will be between 6 and 24 months of age as of April 16, 2018. By submitting the photo, you give permission to Massachusetts Citizens for Life to use the photo for the purposes of this contest and for other promotional materials related to MCFL’s work for life.
Email your photos to Domenico Bettinelli at firstname.lastname@example.org and enter “March Baby Contest” in the subject line. Photos should be at least 600 pixels wide, but if you use the “highest” setting in your email program, you should be fine.
Also be sure to include the baby’s name, your name, email address, phone number, and mailing address with your submission.
The deadline for submissions is April 16, 2018. Voting will begin after April 16 and will end on April 30. We will identify your baby only by first name (or first name and last initial in the case of multiple babies with the same first name).
We encourage you to forward this page to Facebook, Twitter, and via email to your friends and family with babies so that they may enter too. And then after April 15, you can ask all your friends and families to come back and vote for your baby. Good luck!
By submitting a photo to the March Baby contest, you are agreeing to the following: “I give permission for the enclosed photo to be used for the 2018 March Baby Contest and understand that it will become the property of Massachusetts Citizens for Life upon submission. MCFL reserves the right to edit, adapt, publish, and/or transfer the photo to third parties for any and all promotion of the 2018 March (for example, to give to a printer in order to print a poster or flyer). I hereby give permission for my child’s name to be used in any publication, including online publication, which MCFL deems appropriate.”
Continuing a long tradition this October, Massachusetts Citizens for Life will honor Respect Life Month with our Annual Massachusetts March for Life around Boston Common on Sunday, October 1, 2017 from 1 to 4pm.
On April 28th, Massachusetts Citizens For Life held its annual Respect Life Walk, drawing hundreds of pro-life individuals from around the state as well as New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
The change in venue allowed the walk participants to take pictures in front of a memorial dedicated to the 55+ million unborn babies whose lives were ended by abortion. Below are pictures of a few of the pro-life individuals who posed for pictures for us in front of the memorial.
We want to thank all those who helped make this years walk a success, especially to all our walkers and sponsors. You can still make a donation toward the walk by clicking here, or by going to our walk website: http://respectlifewalk.org/
Despite the heavy rain on the morning of June 28, 2015, hundreds of pro-life activists attended the annual Massachusetts March For Life (formerly known as the Respect Life Walk to Aid Mother’s and Children) on Boston Common.
The event began with a rally at the Parkman Bandstand with speakers from all different backgrounds. We had young adults and students who explained how they got involved with MCFL and the Pro-Life Movement as well as Cori Connor-Morse who bravely tells her heart-wrenching story of regret following her abortion and how she came to find hope and forgiveness. We were also grateful to have pro-life Champion, Representative Jim Lyons, as well as Cardinal Sean O’Malley who gave the crowd a final blessing before the march began. This year’s March Baby, Maura, won the crowd over blowing kisses as she was introduced before she and her family started the march.
The march route stepped off the common and down Beacon Street, crossed Arlington Street, Boylston Street, and back around the common grounds. The crowd stopped at the State House as we gathered for a moment of silence and prayed for our legislators and state officials so that they would work to defend the right to life of all from conception to natural death.
We want to thank all who attended this event to make it a huge success. We cannot wait to do it again next year!
Below is a list of beneficiary organizations that were featured at this year’s event:
1. Massachusetts Citizens for Life
2. Friends of the Unborn – Quincy
3. Operation Rescue – Boston
4. Heartbeat – Burlington
5. Learn your Options – Boston, Fall River, Hyannis
6. Archdiocese of Boston Pro-Life Office
7. Diocese of Fall River Pro-Life Office
8. Diocese of Worcester Pro-Life Office
9. Diocese of Springfield Pro-Life Office
10. Problem Pregnancy of Worcester
11. Abundant Hope – Attleboro
12. Birthright of Framingham
13. Birthright of New Bedford
14. New Direction – North Adams
15. First Concern Pregnancy Resource Center – Clinton
16. New Women’s Center, Inc. – Springfield
By Anne Fox, President of Massachusetts Citizens for Life
It was a moving March! According to the news, it was 52 degrees with heavy rain on Sunday, but as the 2016 Mass. March for Life finished at the Bandstand on Boston Common, everyone was still together, still cheering and chanting. The spirit was amazing! There were definitely more Marchers than last year, when it also rained, which would make it close to 400 people. My barometer is always baby carriages and I am thrilled to say there were dozens and dozens, filled with adorable little people! (Which reminds me that Oliver, our 2016 March Baby, is even cuter than his picture.)