Catholic Respect Life

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Catholic Respect Life implements the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities by facilitating the renewal of the Catholic community to a “Culture of Life.” 

Annual Respect Life Mass

Join Most Rev. Michael F. Olson, Bishop of Fort Worth, for the…

Annual Respect Life Mass
Monday, January 21, 2019
Mass will be at 6:30pm

St. Patrick Cathedral
1206 Throckmorton Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102

Together we will pray for an end to abortion, euthanasia, and all the offenses to the sanctity and dignity of human life. A rose procession will mark the more than 61 million deaths that have occurred as a result of the Roe vs. Wade decision which legalized abortion.

A light reception will follow in the Pastoral Center.

Click here for complete details about the Walk for Life.

PLEASE JOIN US…
  • Every Thursday morning following the 8:30am Mass for Rosary for Life, Eucharistic chapel.
  • 2nd Tuesday each month for our pro-life meeting 7:00pm in the Pope St. John XXIII room. Rosary for Life at 6:45pm

The mission of The Respect Life Ministry of Good Shepherd Catholic Community is to support the Diocese of Fort Worth in encouraging all people to respect life from conception to natural death.

Education
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Pledge

Pray and Fast for conversion of hearts that all may respect life from the moment of conception to a natural death.

I pledge  to go to an additional Mass each week.

I pledge  to make an additional holy hour once a week.

I pledge  to pray an extra Rosary each day.
 
I pledge  to pray the Rosary in the Eucharistic Chapel (9AM) every Thurs. morning after Mass.
 
I pledge  to fast from a favorite food, TV show, pastime.
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Staff Contact: Tammy Sandoval

Ministry Lead:  Donna Furin

Interested in joining our Catholic Respect Life ministry? Click here to get started!