Marching for those who can’t is the reason why Guardian Angels Central Catholic senior Andrew Franzluebbers continually felt the need to attend March for Life in Washington, D.C.

This marked the fourth consecutive year he has attended the Pro-Life event. Each year, his desire to make a difference in hopes of ending abortion grows stronger and stronger.

“After going that many times, I really felt compelled to continue going,” Franzluebbers said. “I felt that push to stand up for those who can’t stand up for themselves.”

Franzluebbers was one of 18 students from GACC High School that attended the March for Life this month. Their group included five chaperones as well.

The March for Life event is the annual Pro-Life rally, which commemorates Roe v. Wade. Similar to years past, people flooded the streets of D.C. to pledge their support.

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