Wednesday, March 23, 2016

People of Life e-Update: From Death to Life

Showing Interdependence
In debates over physician-assisted suicide, many say that they’d hate to become dependent on others.
John Foppe sees it differently. Born without arms,
he values something beyond independence, namely
“Together we are more,” he says.
Watch & share his story with others!
In her latest column for use in your parishes, diocesan newspapers & newsletters, Mary McClusky
reflects on the healing power of reconciliation for those who have been involved in abortion.

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Photo credit: Renata Grzan/
Praying for Life, All Year Long
Our January 2016 9 Days for Life campaign was a huge success with tens of thousands participating,
but we need to keep praying & working
year-round for the protection of every human life.
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monthly prayers for life.
(You’ll also automatically
get the novena next year.)
March 2016
Quote Corner
“People often say, ‘I could never handle a child with a disability’.
{But} you are not called to ‘handle’ a disability. You are called to love a particular person, and caring for him or her grows out of that love.”
Mother of a Boy
Living with Down Syndrome
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To build a culture of life in our homes, parishes, schools, workplaces
— and in civic life —
we must confront the lie
that some lives are not worth living.
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“Every Life is Worth Living!”