A PRAYER FOR LIFE
Eternal Father, Source of life, strengthen us with your Holy Spirit to receive the abundance of life you have promised.
Open our hearts to see and desire the beauty of your plan for life and love.
Make our love generous and self-giving so that we may be blessed with joy.
Grant us great trust in your mercy.
Forgive us for not receiving your gift of life and heal us from the effects of the culture of death.
Instill in us and all people reverence for every human life.
Inspire and protect our efforts on behalf of those most vulnerable, especially the unborn, the sick and the elderly.
We ask this in the name of Jesus, who by His Cross makes all things new.
“Could you…watch (pray) one hour with me?” Mt. 26:40
You are invited to pray the new
“Culture of Life Chaplet”, Thursday, January 21, 1:00 PM in St. Jude’s Chapel.
Recitation is on ordinary rosary beads And will include a brief meditation preceding each of the five decades.
A DAY OF PRAYER FOR LIFE
January 22, 2016, St. Jude’s Chapel Immediately following the 8:30 AM Mass. Benediction at noon.
Let us join those who “March for Life” by observing this day as a day of prayer for the full restoration of the legal guarantee of the right to life.
There is no action more powerful than prayer. Please join us.
CAPE COD’S PREGNANCY RESOURCE CENTER
ROSARY FOR LIFE
DID YOU KNOW?
That Massachusetts sells the Choose Life License Plate? Funds generated from this specialty license plate will be distributed to not-for-profit agencies within Massachusetts that support the positive choices of life, such as adoption and Safe Haven for unplanned pregnancies and newborns.
A cordial invitation is extended to anyone who is interested in attending a meeting and/or joining this Ministry. Meetings are held on the first Monday of each month in classroom C after the 8:30 AM Mass. Informative round-table discussions include how to pro-actively participate in supporting all life issues. For further information, please contact Claire Twitchell, Chairperson or Secretary-Treasurer Betty Kelley, through the Parish Office.
What is Death With Dignity?
Jim Remillard ~ Certified in Health Care Ethics
National Catholic Bioethics Center
click to view the video of this presentation
For more in-depth information on various pro life issues, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) offers the following sites:
Additional information can be found by clicking “USCCB Human Life and Dignity”