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The 2012-2013 Respect Life Program features eight 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, sociology, and other secular sources.
All 8 pamphlets are available in English and Spanish.
Each pamphlet is accessible as a pdf or a bulletin insert.
To order any of the pamphlets below, please call toll-free 1-866-582-0943.
Most Rev. Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Philadelphia, addresses the defense and promotion of religious liberty in American law and culture as the foundation of all human rights.
Former HHS Asst. Secretary Joxel García, MD, with Terry M. Rauch II, describes the decades-long assault on the conscience rights of healthcare providers.
Professor William L. Toffler, MD explains how Oregon's assisted suicide law has harmed patients, degraded the quality of care and compromised the integrity of the medical profession.
Professor Helen Alvaré, Esq. contrasts the Catholic vision of marriage, where children are welcomed and spouses grow in selfless love, with the view prevailing today, that marriage exists for one's personal happiness alone.
Susan E. Wills, JD, LLM offers evidence that the promised benefits of the sexual revolution, made possible by contraception, have more often failed women.
Ashley Brashear chronicles the response of young Catholics to the call of Bl. Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI to evangelize the culture in defense of life.
Daniel Spadaro, LPC, CSAT explains the harmful impact of pornography use on mental health, behavior and relationships.
Margaret (Peggy) Hartshorn, PhD discusses the spiritual foundation of pregnancy care services as rooted in love.Pamphlet: English / en español
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