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The 2013-2014 Respect Life Program features seven pamphlets in a series called Life Matters. Each presents convincing support for the teachings of the Catholic Church on major pro-life issues, with facts and reasoning drawn from science, history, law, psychology, sociology, and other secular sources.
All 7 pamphlets are available in English and Spanish:
Each pamphlet is accessible as a pdf, a bulletin insert or web page (click on the title).
To order any of the pamphlets below, please call toll-free 1-866-582-0943.
Mark L. Rienzi, Senior Counsel at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty and professor of constitutional law at The Catholic University of America, calls on Catholics and Americans to uphold the duty of protecting religious liberty.
Psychologist Frank J. Moncher, PhD recognizes the painful assault on human dignity that is domestic violence.
Erika Bachiochi, Esq. breaks down what has been learned about abortion in the 40 years since the Roe v. Wade decision.
William B. May recalls the importance of marriage between one man and one woman as the best environment to raise a child and notes that marriage best prepares couples to be parents.
Anthony Granado, USCCB Domestic Social Development Policy Advisor, writes on the Christian witness of mercy and care for all human life, including on death row as called for by the Gospel.
Susan E. Wills, JD, LLM explains the hope and healing found in the mercy of God following an abortion.
If you or someone you know is in need of healing following an abortion, please contact www.HopeAfterAbortion.org or 888-456-HOPE (4673).
Sandra Mahkorn, MD, MPH, MS explains how following the tragedy of rape abortion hurts both victims: the mother and the unborn child.
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