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Order 2015-16 Respect Life Program materials!

To order, call toll-free 866-582-0943.

For a listing of the 2015-16 Respect Life Program materials, see pages 3-5 in this year's catalog.

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Respect Life Program


See pages 3-5 in this year's catalog for a listing of the 2015-16 Respect Life Program materials that are available to order. To order, call toll-free 866-582-0943, or use the order form in the back of the catalog.


The Respect Life Program begins anew each year on Respect Life Sunday, the first Sunday in October. The program is highlighted in liturgies and marked by special events. The USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities publishes new materials each year to call attention to numerous human life issues. These materials are especially helpful for priests, parish groups, schools, and other organizations.

(Other resources will continue to be added to this page.) 

Poster & Flyer

pro-lifeThis full-color, 22" x 17" (landscape orientation) poster depicts the joyful truth that every life is worth living. It illustrates the universality of this truth through the inclusion of three photos depicting people of different ages and different kinds of vulnerability.  Available to order (English/Spanish on reverse sides) or to download in either English and Spanish.

This year's flyer explores the 2015-16 Respect Life Program theme, "Every Life is Worth Living," with an approachable and positive tone. Suitable for use as a bulletin insert, posting on a bulletin board, reading as a reflection before related presentations, individual reflection, and more.  Printed with English and Spanish on reverse sides.

Prayer & Program Resources

Prayer and Program Guide (formerly called the Liturgy Guide)
(en español)
Contains suggestions for setting up a themed display; discussion guide for articles; homily suggestions for Respect Life Sunday; intercessions for Respect Life Sunday and the Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children (which is also the anniversary of Roe v. Wade); 9 Days for Life summary, promotional flyer, and novena.

Respect Life Month

Coffee & Conversation

“Coffee and Conversation” is a model for individual reflection or small group discussion where participants can explore the various topics presented in this year’s Respect Life Program.

English | en español

Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children

Prayer Intentions for January 22, 2016 - English | en español

9 Days for Life
9 Days for Life is a focused period of prayer, penance, and pilgrimage. Surrounding the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, this novena has as its overarching intention the end to abortion.

Prayer Card: "Every Life is Worth Living"

NEW 2" x 3.5" prayer card is inspired by the 2015-16 Respect Life Program theme, "Every Life is Worth Living." It is perfect for joint prayer after Mass and distribution to parishioners to carry with them and pray daily during Respect Life Month and throughout the year. 

Full-color on the front, black text on the back. Available to download or order in either English or Spanish. (Order by calling toll-free 866-582-0943. English item #1512 / Spanish item #1513)

Graphics and Images



Our 18-page catalog lists the 2015-16 Respect Life Program materials and other pro-life publications & resources that are available to order through the Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities. 

To place an order, call toll-free 866-582-0943 or use the order form at the back of the catalog.


Past Respect Life Program Materials

Order Respect Life Program Materials!

Current and past Respect Life Program materials can be ordered by calling toll-free 866-582-0943.

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