Marching On: Cassie George
Cassie George, 17, is a rising senior at Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville, MD. Her first trip to the March for Life was with friends during her 7th grade year, and she’s been attending almost every year since. Read what she had to say about Marching On below, and don’t forget to share YOUR “Marching On” story.
What impacted you the most at your last March for Life trip?
The entire March for Life experience just inspired me to go home and to do something.
How have you been marching on for life?
I wanted to impact people’s views on life, so I started my own blog, Thy Will Be Done. I also applied to be a blogger with Prolife Youth, and joined that community! I’ve had the opportunity to write on pro-life topics to influence my generation. I recently had a blog published on fetal development, which explains what’s happening during a baby’s first twelve weeks in the womb.
How do you see yourself involved in the pro-life movement in the future?
I definitely plan to continue to blog – the fetal development post for Prolife Youth is a 3-parter, so stay tuned for more! More specifically, I just want to continue to discern God’s will so that I am always spreading awareness about abortion and helping to save lives.
What’s your advice for fellow young people?
Whether, you’re doing something small or big, keep up relentless support for life. Simple things, like talking to friends about life or sharing a pro-life post on Facebook, can go a long way.