Good morning and welcome to the Rocky Mountain March for Life. My name is Joseph Font and I am a senior at Saint Mary’s High School and a part of the Students 4 Life Club. Today in the presence of God we march for truth, we march for justice, we march for the unborn. On this day forty five years ago a decision was made that put our entire country’s moral fabric in a state of dire jeopardy. For the quilt of equality and civil rights patched together by courageous men such as Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was forgotten and set aside the day the unborn lost their right to life. When men and women in power become gods and attempt to ordain the value or worth of others, society crumbles under the weight of fallacy. As Christians we believe in peace among all men. But how can there peace when a war is being waged against those who do not have a voice or the ability to defend themselves on our very soil. It is easy to fall in to the trap of despair or indifference when it comes to this fight, but we must not give in to weakness of character. In the words of Saint Pope John Paul II, “Like a cathedral peace must be constructed patiently and with unshakable faith”. The cathedral we build today is a monument to the inherent dignity of all human life. It is important to remember that we are not alone in this construction for we have each other and we have Christ. The greatest tool we possess is that of prayer. For through prayer the hearts of those fighting against us will be changed forever and the souls of all those who were lost or will be lost will be carried on the wings of angels to rest eternally in the hands of God. So do not be angry, do not despair, do not become disheartened, for the day is young and we have Christ. I would like to now introduce Mr. Matt Niedzielski, President of Pikes Peak Citizens for Life, who will share some words with us. Following Mr. Niedzielski's comments, Fr. Bierbaum will lead us in a Rosary for Life. Thank you and God Bless.