Welcome to the Respect Life Ministry Page
The Respect Life committee helps restore respect for human life from
conception to natural death. This committee provides information to
parishioners concerning activities and legislations, which promote respect for
life. This committee usually meets the second Saturday of January and September at
9:00 A.M. in the cafeteria. Open to all parishioners.
Next Meeting - Saturday, September
You can contact a Respect Life
Member by e-mail at
Baby Shower for Birthright during
the month of October.
Click on the link to view the flyer.
RESPECT LIFE MONTH
October is designated as “RESPECT LIFE MONTH” and the people of Good
Shepherd Church will have many opportunities to celebrate the gift
of life throughout the month.
OCT. 3: The Respect Life
Ministry will host Hospitality Sunday. It’s our annual “Cinnamon
Donations of baby items will be accepted during the month of
October. Look for playpen in the cafeteria. Items will be given to
Birthright of Hillsboro.
OCT. 3 is the Annual Life Chain
in Hillsboro. This is a pro-life prayer and witness event, held from
2-3:00 p.m. We will assemble on the front parking lot of Good
Shepherd Church at 1:30 p.m. for prayer and to choose signs. We will
peacefully and prayerfully stand in witness for life on Business 21
near Hwy BB. Please invite family and friends.
FRIENDS FOR LIFE
The Archdiocesan Respect Life Apostolate is conducting its annual
Friends for Life Parish Campaign. By being a Friend for Life you
demonstrate your commitment to respect and protect all human life,
especially the most vulnerable of our brothers and sisters as the
Gospel of Life calls us to do.
Next Sunday you will find Friends for Life envelopes in the
bulletin. Thank you for your faithful and generous support of the
spiritual, educational, public policy and pastoral programs and
outreach of the Respect Life Apostolate.
34th ANNUAL RESPECT LIFE CONVENTION – “A FAMILY
Sunday, October 24, 2010 at the
St. Charles Convention Center - Registration forms are on back
counter in church. For more information, you may contact Mary Thoma,