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I came that all might have life,
and have it to the full!
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 a program packet each year to call attention to numerous human life issues. These materials are especially helpful for priests, parish groups and other organizations.
This year, we are proud to announce 8-full colored pamphlets in both English and Spanish.
Parishes, schools and the press may use these articles for free with attribution to the USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities. The bulletin insert text may be copied and pasted, with attribution, into other resources to fit your local format.
The English and Spanish Liturgy Guides are a wonderful 15-page parish resource containing intercessions, homily notes, a Nuptial Rosary, and a Holy Hour for Life based on the reflections by Blessed John Paul II on the elderly.
The two-sided full-color, 22x14" poster is available to order.
A complete list of all pro-life publications available to order.
Free images for use in bulletins, newsletters and other educational materials. May be used without attribution to the USCCB.
Pocket folder contains full-color Respect Life flyers (English and Spanish), eight full-color pamphlet-length articles (perfect for bulletins and vestibule pamphlet racks!) covering major pro-life issues.
Pocket folder contains full-color Respect Life flyers (English and Spanish), eight full-color pamphlet-length articles, plus a liturgy guide, one Respect Life poster (with English and Spanish on reverse sides).
Attractive full-color 9"x11/" pocket folder; ideal for holding Respect Life Program articles and related materials.
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