"In Colorado, thousands attended the 'Celebrate Life' march to rally against late-term abortions. . . .approximately 9,000 people appeared in Chicago to protest their beliefs in the 'March for Life Chicago.' In 2014, only 1,000 showed to the event. This year’s theme was "Life empowers: Pro-life is Pro-Woman.'" - Christian Headlines
Catholic doctrine on Purgatory and indulgences reveals a major difference between Catholic and Protestant theology about whether one’s actions, assisted by grace, can remove temporal punishment due to sin. The Catholic Church teaches that a plenary indulgence – the kind available to Catholics attending the 2018 March for Life – frees a person from all temporal punishment due to sin.