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Respect Life: Youth & Young Adult Ministry

 

Leaders' Toolkits

Youth Ministry                                Young Adult Ministry

Young people sing along with musician Matt Maher at the 2017 Convocation of Catholic Leaders. CNS Photo/Bob Rolley  young-adults-praying-montage

 

Respect Life Youth Contest

www.usccb.org/ProLifeYouthContest

Move hearts and minds with the joyful Gospel of Life by highlighting unique gifts of young people! Hold a contest inviting youth to explore the theme as it relates to human dignity and respect for all human life.

   

E-Tools to Know

Websites You Should Know

People of Life  People of Life  @usccbprolife  @usccbprolife / @ProjectRachel
 

USCCB SeWebsites You Should Knowcretariat of Pro-Life Activities
usccb.org/ProLife

USCCB Respect Life Program
usccb.org/RespectLife

Hope after Abortion
HopeAfterAbortion.org / esperanzaposaborto.org

Human Life Action
HumanLifeActionCenter.org

E-Tools in Your Inbox

SIGN UP for pro-life e-subscriptions in English or in Spanish! Links to archives and other information are also available.

Pro-Life e-Subscriptions      Pro-Life e-Subscriptions   Pro-Life e-Subscriptions

 

Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities Pillars

Print Handout

The Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities contains four major "pillars" that the U.S. bishops have set forth as elements necessary for authentic Catholic pro-life efforts in the United States: prayer, public information and education, public policy, and pastoral care. 

PRAYER                                       PASTORAL CARE
 

Pro-Life Pillar: Prayer (CNS Photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)    Pro-Life Pillar: Pastoral Care

 

PUBLIC INFO & EDUCATION      PUBLIC POLICY

 

Respect Life Program 2018 - Theme Montage   Pro-Life Pillar: Public Policy

 

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