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1. Participate in local events, or plan one of your own!
Example: Gather friends to pray a rosary using pro-life rosary prayer intentions. Other resources are also available.
2. Follow us on , join the event,
and share the daily 9 Days for Life posts.
You can even download a special cover
photo (en español) and profile
picture (en español)!
3. Invite your friends to join 9 Days for Life!
If you are a leader in your ministry, parish, or diocese, check out our 9 Days for Life resources and planning page!
Want to keep praying for life & other important issues even after 9 Days for Life has finished? Join the Call to Prayer for Life, Marriage & Religious Liberty (en español) and receive a new prayer intention each week by email, text message or Facebook.
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9 Days for Life has concluded for 2015, but we need to keep praying & working year-round for the respect and protection of every human life.
Three simple ways you can keep making a difference!
(Check back for information about 9 Days for Life 2016!)
On January 22 our nation will mark the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that made abortion legal throughout the U.S.
Since that tragic decision, more than
56 million children's lives have been lost to abortion, and many suffer that loss -- often in silence.
Check out our leaders' kit which includes images, announcements, a social media kit and flyer, prayer resources and more!
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