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James Martin, SJ Jan 18
Being "pro life" means defending the lives of the unborn and the sick the poor the homeless the aged the mentally challenged the inmate the refugee and the person or people you hate. Being pro life means reverencing all human life. Because it's all from God.
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Bishop Monforton Jan 22
: The right to life is a fundamental right for every human being.
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Archbishop Blair Jan 23
Contrary to a common argument by critics, the pro-life movement is not focused exclusively on the unborn. For Day Six of , we pray that those nearing the end of life will receive appropriate medical and palliative care.
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Benedictine Sisters Jan 21
Intercession: May all people embrace the truth that every life is a good and perfect gift, and is worth living (USCCB). Prayers: Our Father, 3 Hail Marys, Glory Be...
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Grand Rapids Diocese Jan 24
: Lord, help us to see the ways you love us today:
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St Vincent Syracuse Jan 19
Praying for the sanctity of human life at the Bascilca of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
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Grand Rapids Diocese Jan 26
Today is the final day of : Read about one family's story in today's "One Step Further." . How will you continue to protect and pray for life?
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SanBernardinoDiocese Jan 16
Let's stand up against a “throwaway culture” that devalues the essence of our humanity and advocate in solidarity for a world where everyone is loved & cared for.
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Archbishop Blair Jan 26
To close out an inspiring and reflective , we pray for expectant mothers placing their children for adoption, for children awaiting adoption, and for married couples considering adoption. May God's love fill their hearts on their journeys.
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James Martin, SJ Jan 12
US Catholic Bishops announce plans and schedule for the National Prayer Vigil for Life, at the Basilica of the National Shrine of he Immaculate Conception, in Washington, DC.
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St Francis of Assisi Jan 18
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Rosa Delia de los Reyes Jul 17
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Peter Jan 19
For those attending various Pro-Life walks and marches across the US, the Church invites us to pray a novena called the . Today is the second day of the novena. If you would like to join in prayer with this novena, text “9Days” to 55000 with a reminder each day!
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TxCatholicBishops Jan 19
May God bless all who are attending The March for Life today in our nation's capitol. Thank you for your beautiful witness for the dignity of human life! Remember, the Texas Rally for Life is *next* Sat.
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Fr. Tom McCarthy OSA Jan 19
Great picture with the Knights of Columbus Council and Fr. McGivney, founder of the Knights. In Washington, DC for the March for Life.
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Rosa Delia de los Reyes Aug 8
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Rosa Delia de los Reyes Jul 17
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US Catholic Bishops Feb 9
ended two weeks ago, but we need to keep building a culture of life year-round! 3 Ways:
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US Catholic Bishops Feb 8
ended a couple weeks ago, but 365 days a year. 3 quick ways you can help build a culture of life year-round!
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US Catholic Bishops Feb 8
Did you know united people on every continent? (Except Antarctica--brrr!) Find out what's next:
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