The Pro-Life Ministry promotes the dignity and respect of the human person from conception to natural death by collaborating with other ministries and committees to ensure our parish is a place where life is welcomed, defended, and respected. Our focus is on prayer, coupled with actions (such as peaceful protests at Planned Parenthood facilities and work on political issues), to bring about awareness through education.
This ministry meets on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
The rosary is prayed in the room where the meeting is held at 6:30 p.m.
October is Respect Life Month
Prayer for the Gift of Life
O God, who adorn creation with splendor and beauty
and fashion human lives in Your image and likeness,
awaken in every heart
reverence for the work of Your hands,
and renew among Your people
a readiness to nurture and sustain
Your precious gift of human life.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son,
who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, forever and ever. Amen.
-The Roman Missal
Contact: Johnny Marshall, 817.485.8978 or Click Here to Email
1st Tuesday of every month, Noon - 1:00 PM
- Picketing at Planned Parenthood in Bedford (Corner of Harwood and Central)
Every Thursday after the 8:30 AM Mass
- Pro-Life Rosary in the Marian Garden, weather permitting
Participate in the Spiritual Adoption Program
Participants pledge to pray for nine months for a baby in danger of abortion. During each month of the program, the "spiritual parents" are given information about their baby's development in the womb in the weekly bulletin.
While this child will remain unknown to his or her 'spiritual parent', God knows who the child is. Many people have found that naming 'their child' helps to keep them focused on the reality that their prayers are helping to save a particular baby from the harm of abortion.
Please pick up a prayer card in the parish office.
Article by Bishop Michael Olson
Pregnant and need help?
Call: 800.545.5935 or email our Gabriel Project Ministry
Say YES to Life!
Pope John Paul II reminded us: “Where life is involved, the service of charity must be profoundly consistent. It cannot tolerate bias and discrimination, for human life is sacred and inviolable at every stage and in every situation; it is an indivisible good (The Gospel of Life, no. 87)”.