Marching & Other Expressions of Public Witness Sister Ann Scholz marched with friends under the 'Consistent Ethic of Life' banner on Jan. 27 in Washington. Sister Ann Scholz, third from left, marching for life - all life - with other Catholics committed to the consistent life ethic. A sign that resonated with Sister Ann Scholz at the Jan. 27 march in Washington. Sister Maureen Clancy at the Women's March, Chicago: I pray that we feed our passions to help direct positive changes in our world. A sign that caught the attention of Sister Eileen Reilly at the Women's March in New York City. Sister Eileen Reilly, SSND, marched in New York City alongside celebrities such as Whoopi Goldberg (center). A sign that caught the attention of Sister Eileen Reilly at the Women's March in New York City. A sign that caught the attention of Sister Eileen Reilly at the Women's March in New York City. Sister Sharon Aalbers (second from left) traveled with a Life Choices Women's Clinic group from Arizona to march in Washington. Sister Sharon Aalbers (center) and colleagues from Arizonawait at the Russell Building to get into Senator John McCain's office. Sister Sharon Aalbers in Washington: This entire trip has been a powerful experience. The power of each one was quite evident. Sister Ann Scholz (second from left), Jan. 21: I marched to protect the human rights and dignity of all God's people... SSNDs at the march in St. Paul, Minnesota: From left, SistersStephanie Spandl, Denay Ulrich, Mary Lorentz and Catherine Bertrand. Sister Catherine Bertrand (second from left): It was a glimpse of what we can be together even when we come together as strangers. A scene from the march in St. Paul, Minnesota. Sister Susan Adrians: Marchers in Milwaukee shared our belief that each person is important...that actions affect all humanity. In Milwaukee, some walked; others, like Sister Susan Adrians, were in wheelchairs. Sister Susan Adrians: We marched because we know that all we hold sacred needs to be cherished and protected. Sister Gina Redig (standing) at the Circle the Cities with Loveevent at Notre Dame of Elm Grove, Wisconsin. Sister Gilda Sturino (center): Sitting in a circle of silent prayer...made me conscious of my solidarity with the whole world. From Sister Carol Kaufenberg in St. Louis: Sisters held in ourhearts the cities where we have served during our years of ministry. Sister Carolyn Jost (right) with her sister Beth Jost at a march in Chicago. Signs that caught the eye of Sister Carolyn Jost at the march in Chicago. Sister Ann Schoch traveled four hours by bus to Helena, Montana, where an estimated 10,000 gathered for the Women's March. Sister Ann Schoch works to stop deportations and to encourage opening sanctuary spaces in the communities. Sjister Ann Schoch: I want to continue to march for justice. Sister Gen Cassani (left) marched in St. Louis to stand upfor those values, norms and laws that guide and promote justice. Sister Gen Cassani handed out cards urging justice, forgiveness and serenity, designed by Sister Joyelle Proot, in St. Louis. Sister Catherine Sarther gathered with others in LaGrange,Illinois, to pray silently for peace and an end to violence. Sister Jan Gregorcich (center) in Milwaukee saw prayerful solidarity in the form of honking cars, love signsand blown kisses.