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These suggestions are simply meant to provide some ideas for use of the Respect Life materials in faith formation efforts. Be sure to know and follow all local policies and procedures, particularly safe environment and parental rights policies, and to obtain the appropriate permissions before moving forward. If you have any questions about applicable policies, contact your parish, school, diocese, and/or other relevant authoritative entities.
(Available in English and Spanish in a variety of formats: print poster and color or black-and-white JPG files. Other formats are available upon request to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Coordinate a service event based on the theme. Ask a few of the young adults who attend to speak about their experiences in light of the theme at a regularly scheduled upcoming event, or hold an event specifically for this purpose.
(Available in English and Spanish in a variety of formats: brochures, printable handouts, Word documents, and webpages.)
Use the articles as inspiration for the structure of presentations or simply as reference.
(Available in English and Spanish in a variety of formats: bilingual flyer, printable handouts, Word documents, and webpage.)
Send the reflection out in e-newsletters, and share on social media.
Use as a reflection before regularly scheduled events, especially during the months of October (Respect Life Month) and January (the month of the Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children).
Use the reflection as inspiration for a special talk or event during October and/or January.
The Respect Life Program materials are meant to help you build a culture of life, whatever your area of work or ministry. Whether you're serving in a parish, Catholic education, faith formation, communications, or pro-life, youth, young adult, or campus ministry--there's something for you! (More Information: Respect Life Program FAQ)
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