march for life

January 17th-20th in Washington D.C.

Cost: $165 (covers all expenses EXCEPT for 3 meals and any snacks)

Deadline to Register: January 3rd

Packing List

*Thursday and Friday are excused absences from Columbus Catholic Schools, per Bishop Frederick Campbell.

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THURSDAY

Vigil Mass for Life at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

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FRIDAY

Rally at the National Mall and March for Life up Constitution Avenue to Supreme Court and Capitol Building

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SATURDAY

Students for Life of America National Conference


Itinerary

Thursday January 17

7:00am Depart from St. Catharine via Cardinal Transportation Motor Coach (eat breakfast before or bring a snack)

12:00pm Stop for lunch (student buys)    

3:30pm Arrive at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, DC

4:30pm Dinner (provided)

5:30pm National Prayer Vigil for Life: Opening Mass

8:30pm Check in to hotel after Mass


Friday January 27

8:00am Wake up and eat continental breakfast at hotel

9:00am Depart for the National Mall for the March for Life

12:00pm Lunch (provided)

1:00pm March for Life begins

4:00pm Return to hotel after March ends

5:30pm Mass at hotel

6:30pm Dinner (student buys)


Saturday January 28

7:00am Wake up and eat continental breakfast at hotel

7:45am Checkout and depart for Students for Life of America National Conference (Upper Marlboro, Maryland)

Full schedule and details here

9:00am General Session

10:30am Workshops

12:30pm Lunch (provided)

1:30pm Workshops

4:30pm General Session

5:30pm Dinner (provided) and depart for Columbus

2:00am Arrive at St. Catharine (approximate time)

registration

I. Registration
A.
Name *
Name
Parent/Guardian Phone *
Parent/Guardian Phone
Participant Phone *
Participant Phone
B.
March for Life, Washington, D.C. Cardinal Transportation January 17th-20th
II. Permission
The undersigned hereby state(s) that (he/she/they) (is/are) the (parent/parents/guardian) of the above named Participant and have full legal responsibility for the Participant. The undersigned hereby grant(s) permission for the Participant to participate in the Activity named in Section I.B., above.
III. RELEASE AND INDEMNIFICATION
A. Release. The undersigned on behalf of the undersigned, the Participant, and the heirs, successors and assigns of the undersigned and the Participant, hereby release, hold harmless from any liability, and discharge from all direct or derivative claims, actions, causes of actions, medical expenses, costs, legal expenses, other expenses and all other damages at law or in equity, known or unknown, direct or indirect, choate or inchoate against the Diocese of Columbus, the Parish and all current and former employees, agents, clergy, officers and volunteers of the Diocese of the Parish, arising from the Participant’s participation in the Activity named in Section I.B., above. B. Indemnification. The undersigned shall indemnify and hold harmless the Diocese of Columbus, the Parish, and all current and former employees, agents, clergy, officers and volunteers of the Diocese of Columbus or the Parish from any claim, liability, suit, judgment, loss, damage, expense, fee or cost (including court costs and attorney fees) arising directly or indirectly from the Participant’s participation in the Activity named in Section I.B., above, unless arising from the negligence of an indemnified party.
IV. SPECIFIC MEDICAL INFORMATION AND MEDICATION
A. Specific Medical Information. The Parish will take reasonable care to see that the following information will be held in confidence.
The Participant is taking medication at present. The Participant will bring all such medications necessary, and such medications will be well-labeled. Names of medications and concise directions for taking such medications, including dosage and frequency of dosage, are as follows:
Please check one of the following
V. EMERGENCY MEDICAL CONTACT AND TREATMENT
Parent or Person of Contact *
Parent or Person of Contact
Phone *
Phone
B. Emergency Medical Treatment
In the event of an emergency, the undersigned hereby give(s) permission to transport the Participant to a hospital for emergency medical or surgical treatment. The undersigned wish(es) to be advised prior to any further treatment by the hospital or doctor. In the event of an emergency, if the undersigned cannot be reached at the above numbers, contact: *
In the event of an emergency, the undersigned hereby give(s) permission to transport the Participant to a hospital for emergency medical or surgical treatment. The undersigned wish(es) to be advised prior to any further treatment by the hospital or doctor. In the event of an emergency, if the undersigned cannot be reached at the above numbers, contact:
Phone *
Phone
VII. CODE OF BEHAVIOR
The Participant shall comply with the following:
1. The Participant must stay and participate in the entire event. The Participant may not leave the premises unless accompanied by an adult leader, parent, or legal guardian. 2. The possession or use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or weapons of any kind is not permitted. 3. Foul language is not tolerated. 4. The Participant must comply with any and all directions of activity staff. 5. The Participant must respect the rights and property of others. Damage to or defacing of property will be the financial responsibility of the Participant involved and the undersigned. 6. Failure to abide by this Code of Behavior may result in a request to the undersigned to transport the offending Participant from the premises, and the undersigned shall immediately comply with the request. ADULT CODE OF CONDUCT 1. Adults shall at all times conduct themselves in a lawful manner appropriate to the Activity. 2. Adults shall act with respect for all other participants in the Activity. 3. Adults shall act in accordance with the principles of the Roman Catholic Church. 4. Adult participants shall at all times be present and shall chaperone students assigned by group leader. 5. Adult participants will supervise and monitor the movement of students throughout the activity. 6. Adult participants will insure that no .students enter areas specifically prohibited. 7. Adult participants will insure that no students enter any rooms or areas that are not appropriately chaperoned by two adults. 8. Adult participants will use safe environment practices such as not meeting with students in secluded areas; making sure enough adults are chaperoning all activities; observing other adults who are interacting with youth; and notifying OYYAM staff of any inappropriate activities throughout the duration of the activity. 9. Adult participants will respect that the sessions are designed for the benefit of students and will refrain from excessive questions or participation in the sessions. 10. The possession or use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or weapons of any kind by students or adult participants is not permitted. 11. Failure to abide by this Code of Behavior may result in a request for the adult to leave the premises.
VIII. Signatures
SIGNATURES (Check both boxes) *
Participant's Digital Signature *
Participant's Digital Signature
Date *
Date
Parent or Legal Guardian's Digital Signature *
Parent or Legal Guardian's Digital Signature
Date *
Date

3 ways to pay


Pay easily online using PayPal


Personal check made out to:

St. Catharine Church - 500 S Gould Rd, Columbus, OH, 43209


If you or your family already gives to the parish, simply use their information to login, otherwise you can create your own account. Then follow these steps:

1. Click "Give a New Gift"

2. Under "Youth Group Events" choose "One Time"

3. Enter $165.00 in the Amount space

4. Click "Next" at the bottom of the page

5. Click "Submit"