Edward Pentin of NCRegister has a report
Catholic News Agency reports
American cardinal Raymond L. Burke led a group of priests in the march. He said it brought back memories for him of "so many marches" in America.
"They serve a very important function," he told CNA, "first to give a witness in our whole country to the inviolable dignity of human life but second, to awake consciences to what is happening."
The cardinal was "pleased" that such an event has finally reached Rome.
"I can only imagine that it will grow and increase every year and that it will be an important part in Italy, as it is in America, for the restoration of the respect for the dignity of human life," he said.
Orders of Preachers (Dominicans) blogspot has a report and fantastic slideshow
Earlier today, Dominican friars from the Angelicum marched in the 2nd Annual Italian March for Life took place in Rome. It began at the Colosseum, went past the "Birthday Cake" (i.e. the monument to Victor Emmanuel), and then ended by the Castel Sant' Angelo right near the Vatican.
AGI.IT has a report.
Here's something from Huffington Post (of all places)