BLOOMINGTON - A group of local high school students are taking a journey of faith to Washington D.C.
Forty five students from Central Catholic High School hopped on a bus to participate in the March for Life. It's an annual pro-life rally that attracts nearly 100,000 students and adults. Friday, the students will march in the heart of Washington D.C. Senior student Adam Kuebler says it's a display of their strong belief.
"Walking out that door and seeing the bus, I was like this is happening. I've been really excited all day and I think this experience will be good for me in the long run, because we'll be able to demonstrate our faith," he said.
"When you see your peers and you see peers from other states, all over the country showing up and seeing how active they are and strengthening their faith, then it strengthens their faith also," said school chaplain, Fr. Peter Pilon.
The march marks the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade. The students return Saturday morning.