RESPECT FOR LIFE MINISTRY
The Respect for Life Ministry has adopted as its patron Saints The Holy Family. Jesus, Mary and Joseph display God's plan for the gift of life.
We welcome your participation. If you would like to get involved, contact Mary Pat at email@example.com. Subscribe to Human Life Action for updates on federal legislation here. Finally, PRAY WITH US!
Only with prayer - prayer that storms the heavens for justice and mercy, prayer that cleanses our hearts and souls - will the culture of death that surrounds us today be replaced with a culture of life." -- Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities, U.S. Catholic Bishops
Additional ways to get involved:
Receive updates on pro-life legislation on the state level by texting LIFE to 385-200-9929.
Crisis Pregnancy? Walking with Moms in Need - Diocesan Respect for Life Commission resource
An unplanned pregnancy is a life event that can be overwhelming. Even within a stable marriage, welcoming life into the world is an awesome responsibility. Let us all rejoice when we learn of new life and support our community with love upon hearing such news! The Diocese has compiled a resource list to assist couples or individuals who need more support. To learn more about services available to couples or women in need of assistance with an unplanned pregnancy, click the link above.
St. Ambrose recently created a "meal train" to assist new families when welcoming a baby.
Have you welcomed a child into the world recently? We would love to share in your joy and announce this arrival to our St. Ambrose community. Click the link below to send an e-mail to the Respect for Life ministry, and include details to publish in our church bulletin. Congratulations!
We invite you to fast with us on Fridays. We pray that our President may experience a conversion of heart and promote laws which protect the dignity of human life from conception until natural death. For all those who serve us in elected office: that they uphold and enact laws and policies that promote and preserve the dignity of marriage as the permanent, faithful, and fruitful union or a man and a woman.
Fr. Mike Schmitz explains that it’s not about getting more love and attention from God. Fasting is about self-mastery, discernment, sacrifice, and being a co-redeemer with Jesus. In this video, Fr. Mike dives deeper into these four reasons, helping you make the most of your fasting this Lent.
Human Life Action
For updates on federal legislation, click here.