Spotted: Thomas More Society at March for Life 2017

Thomas More Society attorney Andy Bath and Matt Heffron with Supreme Knight Carl Anderson of the Knights of Columbus (center).

Thomas More Society joined pro-life organizations across the country at the annual March for Life Expo in Washington D.C., which allows pro-life supporters to connect with pro-life organizations through in-depth information and giveaways. Thomas More Society proudly greeted over 500 supporters who traveled from across the country to participate in the March for Life weekend events.

The annual March for Life rally kicked off Friday morning with a speech from Vice-President, Mike Pence, echoing, “Life is winning again in America,” and setting the tone for the thousands of people anticipating the annual march. The massive crowd, including employees from Thomas More Society’s Chicago and Omaha offices, adorned with signs and banners, marched along Constitution Ave and concluded with a rally in front of the Supreme Court building.

Thomas More Society and their honorary guests, pro-life activists, Joseph and Ann Scheidler, clients, David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, and Defend Life’s Founder and Editor, Jack Ames, joined hundreds of pro-life supports at the annual Rose Dinner Friday evening to celebrate another successful march. Key speakers included Jeanne Mancini, President of March For Life D.C., who spoke of “the true power of one – every person has the power to be a light in this often dark world.”

Hundreds of eager students awaited Thomas More Society and pro-life organizations at the Students for Life event on Saturday. The event was a great way to end the successful weekend. Thomas More Society employees were thrilled to meet their supporters who offered congratulatory messages as well as thank you’s and praises on the hard work that defending life, family, and religious liberty entails.

Thomas More Society, Executive Assistant, Victoria Holmen, at the TMS booth.

Thomas More Society supporters modeling the TMS tote bags.

Thomas More Society attorneys photographed with client, David Daleiden, by the Supreme Court building.