The Respect Life Committee supports the Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life activities as developed by the United States Catholic Bishops. Parishioners are called to help in four major areas: Public Information and Education, Pastoral Care, Public Policy, and Prayer and Worship.
For more information on Respect Life events and to volunteer e-mail Kelly Dryden at email@example.com
40 Days for Life
Prince of Peace has signed up to pray on October 8th all day (7am to 7pm). Please sign up HERE to help us with prayers for the mothers and unborn babies!
Different activities we do throughout the year:
Please Join us every Saturday at 9:30 AM to pray in front of Planned Parenthood in Overland Park
LIFE CHAIN: (1st weekend in October) is a nationwide peaceful, prayerful hour of prayer on public sidewalks supporting the dignity of and right to life.
ADOPTIVE FAMILIES NEEDED!
We have a hidden jewel in our Archdiocese. We have an adoption agency located in KC, KS that has an excellent record of finding babies for adoptive parents. Currently, the average wait time for approved prospective parents is only seven months.
St Joseph Adoption Ministry has been placing babies with Catholic adoptive parents across the nation since 2001.Sister Dolora May is the executive director They have developed a national network with adoption professionals which affords them with access to babies born across the United States.
They could place more babies if they had more prospective parents!! This is truly a hidden jewel. For more information on SJAM go to their web site at www.CatholicAdoptionMinistry.org . Please spread this good news!
Did you know our archdiocese has information to help you with end of life care? https://www.archkck.org/prolife-end-of-life-care has more information!
USCCB Respect Life Information
- Bridges of Mercy for Post Abortion Healing
- Seven Considerations While Navigating Infertility
- Accompanying Expectant Mothers Considering Adoption
- Serene Attentiveness to God's Creation
- Caring for Loved Ones at Life's End
- Every Suicide Is Tragic