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Respect Life Contact:

Bob Wurzelbacher
Director
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Cincinnati
100 East Eighth St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 421-3131 voice
(513) 421-1582 fax

Bob Wurzelbacher  x 2624

Dayton
1520 South Main Street
Dayton, OH 45409
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Being ProLife

 



 

Racism: Video Interview

 

 

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The Catholic Telegraph Article

 

Being Pro Life: Racism Is an Issue of Dignity



 

Resources Mentioned in the Interview:

 

USCCB Ad-Hoc Committee on Racism Listening Session


 


 

Lenten Reflection Day “The Suffering Servants


 


 

Hispanic Ministry


 


 


 

What does it mean to be Pro-Life?

 

In today’s turbulently political world, the word “Pro-Life” seems to go hand and hand with those who work hard to fight against abortion; however, Being Pro-Life means so much more. It means cherishing every life, every person from the moment of their conception until their natural death. It means showing compassion to the marginalized in our society, and working diligently to help our culture recognize that EVERY PERSON is created in the image and likeness of God. Being Pro-Life means that we stand against the Culture of Death that is slowly seeping its way into our society and remain resolute in our Catholic Values that tell us that there is a loving God who has made each of us for a definite purpose. We are called to stand for one another, to support one another, and especially to defend those who are unable to defend themselves.

In this series, we will be addressing various “Pro-Life” issues in a variety of ways. Please join us as we begin a dialogue on how we can grow as a church towards BEING PROLIFE.  In October, we debuted a new monthly column in the Catholic Telegraph called Being Pro-Life.  Each month features an interview with someone personally affected by a different Respect Life Issue, with a call to action on how to get involved.  Please follow us on Social Media, read our article in the Catholic Telegraph, watch the video interviews, and listen to the podcast so that we can all come to a better understanding of what BEING PROLIFE really means.  To check out a previous topic in our series, click on the links on the left.