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Dear Friends for Life,
Join us wherever you are on November 30th, Tuesday, to pray for our Supreme Court Judges.
Spend time with Jesus and bring the intentions of the pro-life movement and our unborn brothers and sisters to prayer. Ask God to bless our judges with wisdom and as they start to hear the oral arguments in the case of Dobbs v Jackson on December 1st.
This case has the ability to change the long held ruling of Roe v Wade that was put into place in 1973, and made the way for 63 million children to be aborted in our country.
Please look over the attached material and PLEASE pass this message on.
The Queen of All Saints chapel is open during the day, St. Joseph’s adoration chapel, and Sacred Heart church is open after 8:00 Mass until 4 pm. Come and pray here if you like or ask your pastor to have a special holy hour of prayer for this most critical decision.
Let’s storm heaven and ask for the grace necessary to see each person as a gift and to make the way for every child to have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Join Catholics across the country in Eucharistic adoration on December 1, when the Supreme Court hears the landmark pro-life case, Dobbs vs Jackson Women’s Health.
What is “Dobbs”?
The full name of the case is Thomas E. Dobbs, State Health Officer of the Mississippi Department of Health, et
v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, et al., but most people call it “Dobbs v. Jackson” or simply “Dobbs.”
In the Dobbs case, the Supreme Court has to decide the constitutionality of a 2018 state law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks of gestation in Mississippi.
What does “Dobbs” have to do with the pro-life movement?
Abortion groups have challenged Mississippi’s 2018 pro-life law ever since it passed, pointing out that it seems to violate the “constitutional right to abortion” guaranteed by Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in all 50 states.
But that’s just the thing! When the Supreme Court agreed to take on Dobbs, everyone quickly realized what it would mean. Their ruling on Dobbs could amount to a ruling on the constitutionality of Roe v. Wade itself, together with other pro-abortion legal precedents such as the case of Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which further cemented the “constitutionality” of Roe.
Is the Supreme Court pro-life?
We can’t take anything for granted, but yes, the Supreme Court of the United States currently has a majority of five Justices who are widely considered to be pro-life — including the three justices added during the Trump administration.
In fact, Justice Clarence Thomas has even openly called for the Supreme Court to consider striking down Roe as wrongly decided.
What do the people at the center of the “Dobbs” case think?
They couldn’t be more opposite! Jackson Women’s Health Organization believes that Roe v. Wade is sacred and must always remain the law of the land. Mississippi officials, on the other hand, have openly called on the Supreme Court to repeal Roe. Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch called Roe “egregiously wrong,” and officially requested that the high Court return the abortion issue to the states, where the people and their own elected lawmakers would be able to pass pro-life laws to protect the unborn.
What can I do to help?
CatholicVote is calling on Catholics everywhere to spend time with Jesus in the Eucharist. Please bring the intentions of the pro-life movement — and of our precious unborn brothers and sisters — before the Lord!
“We’re asking every Catholic parish in America to consider an overnight vigil — with adoration of the Blessed Sacrament — on the eve of December First, the day when the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Dobbs case,” said CatholicVote President Brian Burch. Please share Brian Burch’s video message, and pledge to join us in prayer and adoration at this historic moment!
Great crowd to Celebrate life!! Thank you everyone who came out!
LaPorte county RTL is so pleased to announce the winner of this year’s oratory contests is Jullisa Montoya! Great job Jullisa!
Representing us at the Indiana Right to Life State Oratory competition, Julissa has placed 5th! We look forward to her senior entry!
Jullisa is a true Hero for life. She has supported and helped friends by sharing her heart about the dignity of life and consequently saved babies from never taking their first breath! Sometimes a young mom just needs a good friend. Thank you Jullisa for daring to speak and support your friends when they needed it the most!
Congratulations!! Jullisa will be honored at our Fall banquet.
Watch for details!
The next four years we need to really get busy doing our part of education and awareness. You can save a life just through a conversation.