Respect Life Overview

The Church is called to proclaim the gift of life, to serve life, and to promote a culture of life.

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October is Respect Life Month!
Each of Us is A Masterpiece of God's Creation!
Respect Life Sunday - October 5

Read the Respect Life Month Statement
View the new Respect Life Program materials
Download the coming year's events calendar


Coming Events:

Witness for Life Conference:  "Death with REAL Dignity:  Protect the Vulnerable, Comfort the Suffering"
Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014
- 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon - Assumption College, Worcester
no cost to attend; continuing education credits for medical professionals available
pre-register and learn more at www.witnessforlife.com
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Panel Discussion on End of Life Issues
 Sunday, Oct. 5 - 11:45 a.m.
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, West Brookfield
All are welcome!


Life Chain
Sunday, Oct. 5 - 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Signs available; Event held rain or shine
Stations at Elm Park, Worcester; Lincoln St. (near Denny's Restaurant), Worcester;
and, White City, Shrewsbury
For more info contact Louise at 508-756-1150


40 Days for Life Fall Campaign
Sept. 24 through Nov. 2
Visit www.40daysforlife.com/worcester
or contact Lee at 508-887-1064


Gathering for members of Parish Pro-Life Ministries
"Pro-Life Ministry in the Parish:  Building a Culture of Life"
Friday, Oct. 10 - 6:30 p.m.
Christ the King Church, Worcester
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QUICK LINKS:



Project Rachel post-abortion healing and reconciliation

40 Days for Life - Fall campaign begins Sept. 24


Contact Us:
Respect Life Office
Diocese of Worcester
49 Elm Street
Worcester, MA 01609
Phone: (508)929-4311
Fax: (508)753-7180
Mrs. Allison LeDoux, Director
E-mail: aledoux@worcesterdiocese.org
Twitter @RespectLifeOfcDoW



"...Working for a culture of life and love, we know that we can rely on the help of God, for whom nothing is impossible."     
-Pope John Paul II, Evangelium vitae, n. 100