Our modern societies feed on the sacrifice of unborn children and other vulnerable people, without which they could not continue to flee God and His commandments. Like a steam locomotive which, frantically fueled by coal, rushes towards the abyss, our society is speeding towards its destruction, while filling the crematorium ovens of its hospitals with the remains of unborn children.
In such a situation, and especially in this time of Lent, the little pro-life flock must turn to the ardent hearth of the Heart of Christ, to receive, in this spiritual winter, warmth and consolation.
Your generosity through sacrifice and prayer
Thank you for donating to our Lenten fundraising campaign, which begins today. Because among the elect called by our God, creator of all human life, there are those who will be touched by the pro-life message. Through your donations, you provide us with the means to reach as many people as possible, through our website, through our videos on YouTube, through our meetings and events, through our paper publications. As Saint Paul said, "how will they believe in him of whom they have not heard? And how will they hear about it, if there is no one preaching?" Thank you for helping us "preach" the truth about faith, family and life, from conception to natural death. Your donations and your prayers support us in our work.
P.S. This Lenten season, I hope you can join us in person or through prayer at the 40 Days for Life Vigil, being held at the northeast corner of Sainte-Catherine and Berri Streets in Montreal. For 40 days in a row, 12 hours a day, until April 2, we will be outside the downtown abortion centers to pray and fast for an end to abortion. For more information, you can go here. Also, I encourage you to read the interview with our 40 Days organizer, Brian Jenkins.
Also, don't forget to put The National March for Life on your calendar. This event is held this year on Thursday, May 11. Watch the video to learn more!
Finally, the CLC and the Interim 2023 summer internship programme for pro-life students is now accepting candidates. These are paid internships in which students will learn about the philosophy of the pro-life movement, practical apologetics, various modes of action, from administrative tasks, to writing articles, to design or management of social networks, to participation in concrete events.
For more details, click here.
This Week's Quebec Pro-Life News
Flight attendant of 14 years quits her job to save babies from abortion
Katie Somers is the Outreach director at Toronto Right to Life, a pro-life organization that condemns all forms of abortion-related violence and works to make abortion “unthinkable.” However, before she dedicated herself to the pro-life cause, she was a flight attendant for 14 years working domestically across Canada, a job she told Quebec Life Coalition that she absolutely loved, but felt called by God to leave so that she could work for the pro-life movement.
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