2010 Respect Life Program Bulletin Resources
All Respect Life Program materials posted on this site can be downloaded for personal use. In addition, the poster, flyer, liturgy guide, clip art and bulletin insert versions of the seven Respect Life pamphlets may be downloaded and reprinted without further permission.
Sample of a bulletin quote:
Every human being, at every stage and condition, is willed and loved by God. For this reason, every human life is sacred. To deprive someone of life is a grave wrong and a grave dishonor to God. Because we are created in the image of God, who is Love, our identity and our vocation is to love. Pope Benedict has called this "the key to [our] entire existence."~ Flyer, Respect Life Program (2010)
Links to bulletin inserts at the bottom of each pamphlet description.
Make Room for People
by Steven W. Mosher,
Mr. Mosher debunks the latest claim of some
population control advocates that abortion on
demand and widespread contraceptive use
is the best solution to global warming.
Sex Trafficking: The New Slavery
by Diane Bayly,
Ms. Bayly defines the scourge of sexual trafficking, both as to its scope and its devastating effects on the lives of its young victims.
Hope for Married Couples
Who Want to Have a Child
by John T. Bruchalski, MD, FACO,
Dr. Bruchalski discusses successful fertility treatments that are faithful to the teachings
of the Church.
Caring for Each Other,
Even Unto Death
by Marie T. Hilliard, PhD,
Dr. Hilliard explains why we must continue to care for one another by providing assisted nutrition and hydration where necessary to preserve life even when a cure is no longer possible.
The Promise of Pro-Life Youth
by Megan Breen and Samuel Vasquez,
The authors describe the cultural attitudes
and lack of solid information on abortion
prevalent in high schools today, and offer
the example of an enterprising junior who
orchestrated a pro-life turnaround in her
own high school.
Losing a Child to Suicide:
Trusting in God's Mercy
by Gladys Sweeney, PhD,
Dr. Sweeney counsels parents on the warning signs of mental illness and suicide in their children and offers consoling advice to those who’ve experienced such a tragedy.
Divine Mercy and the Death Penalty
by Most Rev. Robert W. Finn,
Bishop Finn examines a compelling reason
to oppose the death penalty—that killing
another thwarts God’s desire to bring all to
repentance and forgiveness.