Tag: Culture of Life

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“Many parents want perfect children. Our culture is obsessed with perfection—a superficial perfection. Photos are airbrushed, and social media sites depict seemingly perfect lives. God calls us to seek perfection, […]

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“Sometimes our actions speak for themselves; other times, words are needed. Whatever the situation, Jesus knows how to speak to each person’s heart; we simply need to follow where he […]

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“The Church affirms the inviolable dignity of every person, regardless of the duration or extent of the person’s incapacity or dependency. Nothing diminishes the unchangeable dignity and sanctity of a […]

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December 2nd “Every life is a good and perfect gift. Many know this on an intellectual level, but those who love someone with a disability see it in their loved […]

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Heavenly Father… Give us love for all people, especially the most vulnerable, and help us bear witness to the truth that every life is worth living.   USCCB Secretariat of […]

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“Sometimes our actions speak for themselves; other times, words are needed. Whatever the situation, Jesus knows how to speak to each person’s heart; we simply need to follow where he […]

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“Christ came to liberate us from the cycle of violence by showing us how to love and be merciful. …As the culture of death threatens to electively select who does […]

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“If we are filled with the love of God, a culture of encounter and solidarity will begin to bloom.” USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities, “Serene Attentiveness to God’s Creation” www.bit.ly/serene-attentiveness […]

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“By focusing on the most vulnerable members of society, we strengthen the entire fabric of society to protect the rights of all.” Archbishop William E. Lori, Chair Ad Hoc Committee […]

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“Building a culture of life isn’t something we just do one month of the year, or with one event or initiative—it’s essential to who we are. It happens through our […]

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“The Church affirms the inviolable dignity of every person, regardless of the duration or extent of the person’s incapacity or dependency.” USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities “Catholic Considerations for Our […]

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January 5th “When I meet another parent of a child with Down syndrome, there is usually a moment of instant recognition and understanding. Our eyes meet, and we smile conspiratorially, […]

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Life Issues Forum-Reflections from the Sidewalk

LIFE ISSUES FORUM                                                                           For Immediate Release Reflections from the Sidewalk                                                                   November 16, 2018 I was praying the rosary recently on the sidewalk outside of a very busy abortion […]

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“A model of care has been developed specifically for families whose infant is likely to die before or after birth. Often called ‘perinatal hospice,’ it’s a way of caring for […]

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“Through [the] loving care [of my family and friends], they affirm what I also know—that my life is, always has been, and always will be, worth living.’”   “Maggie’s Story: […]

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“Never tire of firmly speaking out in defense of life from its conception and do not be deterred from the commitment to defend the dignity of every human person with […]

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