Respect Life Coordinator/s - Are you still Active?
We are in the process of updating the RLC list. It is very important that you send us any updates or corrections as the Respect Life Coordinator/s. Please complete the online form or you can download it and mail it to Pro-Life Office 795 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14203
by Monday, September 17, 2018. ONLINE PDF
Annual In-Service Luncheon - Saturday, October 6, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Registration required ONLINE PDF
ONLY this year
we will celebrate together the Commissioning of our New Respect Life Coordinators and Respect Life Mass
at St. Louis Church (Main & Edward) across the Catholic Center on Main Street
New Respect Life Coordinators & Vine & Branches Leaders
Re-certification pledge for all Respect Life Coordinators
IN-SERVICE will begin with Lunch at 11:00 am at Catholic Center
Program for the day 12:30pm - 3:30 pm followed by Commisioning and Respect Life Mass at 4:00 pm
St. Louis Church
Pro-Life Quarterly Newsletter
Intercessions and Bulletin Briefs 2018
PRAY FOR LIFE - August 2018
(featuring the Call to Prayer!)
May a change in the U.S. Supreme Court move our nation closer to the day when every human being is protected in law and welcomed in life.
Our Father, 3 Hail Marys, Glory Be
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's announcement that he will retire has catapulted Roe v. Wade into the news. Pro-abortion groups are pulling out all the stops to urge the U.S. Senate to reject any nominee who does not promise to publicly endorse Roe. And they are misrepresenting the legal and social reality of Roe and what would happen if it is overturned.
The upcoming Supreme Court vacancy provides us with an occasion requiring focused prayer. The USCCB does not support or oppose the confirmation of any presidential nominee. However, given this historic moment, the U.S. bishops are urging all people of good will to pray for nine weeks—starting Friday—that a change in the U.S. Supreme Court may move our nation closer to the day when every human being is protected in law and welcomed in life.
Acts of Reparation (Choose one.)
Maggie was diagnosed with brain cancer and strongly opposed assisted suicide until her peaceful passing in September 2015. Watch her powerful story of hope and courage. View video https://youtu.be/XJwWKDGBS5o
Acts of Reparation:
- Pray for the protection of religious freedom in our country and around the world. (Prayer card available to order.)
- Readthis short flyer on Saints Thomas More and John Fisher. How do their witnesses apply to our lives today?
- Reflect upon what Pope Francis has said regarding religious freedom and "polite persecution."
One Step Further
We travel throughout the diocese to promote the cause of pro-life. Come see where we've been.