Respect Life

Wednesday, January 19 – Thursday, January 27, 2022

Day One: Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Intercession: May the tragic practice of abortion end.

Prayers: Our Father, 3 Hail Marys, Glory Be

Reflection: At every stage and in every circumstance, we are held in existence by God’s love. The
presence of an illness, disability, or other challenging situation never diminishes the value of a human
life. God does not call us to perfection of appearance or abilities, but to perfection in love. Christ invites
us to embrace our own lives and the lives of others as true gifts.

Abortion tragically rejects the truth that every life is a good and perfect gift, deserving protection. This
violent practice ends the life of a human being at its very beginning and horribly wounds all those
involved. But Christ came that we “might have life and have it more abundantly” (John 10:10), taking on
human flesh for the sake of our redemption. May our culture experience the power of God’s transforming
love, that all eyes may be opened to the incredible beauty of every human life.

Acts of Reparation (Choose one.)

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Click on the links below for information about:

FROM YOUR RESPECT LIFE COMMITTEE FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION. Click Here for information pertaining to Respect Life  

Life Center of Long Island – Urgent Needs

Novena – 9 Days for Life: Wed., January 19 – Thurs., January 27, 2022

Click here for America Needs Fatima Rally

Click here for full explanation of the importance of the Hyde amendment.

Click here to see or print the born Alive HR619

Answers to Key Ethical Questions About COVID-19 Vaccines

More Answers to Key Ethical Questions about Covid 19 Vaccines

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine  USCCB

US Bishops Discourage Catholics From Receiving Johnson & John Vaccine If Alternatives Available Over Abortion Link

Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann, Archbishop of Kansas City in Kansas, Chairman of the USCCB Pro-Life Committee
Excerpt from the Homily of Most Reverend Joseph F. Naumann, Opening Mass of the National Prayer Vigil for Life, January 23, 2020

Msgr. Jim Lisante, Pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes, Massapequa Park
A Reflection on the Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

Rev. Tad Pacholczyk, Director of Education, The National Catholic Bioethics Center
Vaccines and Other Entanglements with Abortion, Making Sense of Bioethics, December 2020