Pro-lifers will Walk for Life in San Francisco this weekend

Following peaceful pro-life demonstrations in Washington D.C. and Los Angeles, the 14th annual Walk for Life West Coast will take place in San Francisco on Saturday, January 27, with the mission to “change the perceptions of a society that thinks abortion is the answer” and to “establish a new West Coast tradition of celebrating life.”

This event began in 2005, explained organizer Eva Muntean on A Closer LookTM. “We had been to the March for Life and were so moved by the numbers and camaraderie and the joy, that we decided there were so many people from the west coast who can’t really make it out all the way to the east coast every year so why not have a sister event? While they focus on the political aspects of the pro-life movement, we decided to focus on the affects of abortion on women.”

‘Abortion hurts women’ is the theme of the Walk for Life West Coast. “We focus on raising awareness about the help that there is out there for women in crisis pregnancies and for those who have already had an abortion and are suffering,” says Muntean.

Relevant Radio will broadcast the Walk for Life West Coast in San Francisco on select Relevant Radio west coast stations beginning at 11am PT on Saturday, January 27, 2018. The LIVE broadcast will be co-hosted by Relevant Radio associates Ed Horodko and Toni Berry, along with Bob Dunning, host of the Sacramento Bishop’s Hour.

This special broadcast will take place at the Relevant Radio tent in the Civic Center. Listeners are welcome to stop by to see the broadcast taking place. There will also be bumper stickers, prayer cards, and other information available at the table. If you are interested in attending the Walk for Life West Coast in person, the rally begins at 12:30pm PT and the walk is at 1:30pm. More information can be found at We look forward to seeing you at Walk for Life West Coast!

Lindsey is a wife, mother, and contributing author at Relevant Radio. She holds a degree in Journalism and Advertising from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Lindsey enjoys writing, baking, and liturgical living with her young family.