Reflections & Information

Each year the Reverence for Life Commission tries to engage people on three levels: spirit, heart, and mind. These reflections, aim to do that. There is also a rich set of new and spiritual articles that look to draw connections between the many life issues that we are concerned with as all people at all times, places, and stages of life are precious. Our lives are a gift.

Add these links to your bulletins, print copies of the reflections, share on Social Media, read and reflect on your own or in a group, and actions you might like to take. If your parish or community wants to share the work they are doing please contact Tashia Toupin, Social Justice Coordinator, at [email protected]

All the titles of are links. Click on them and another window will open to the news article. These articles were posted in 2019 as part of our Reverence for Life Campaign. These remain to be good and worthwhile articles to read. If you come across an article that you think could be posted as a part of this list please send to Tashia Toupin at: [email protected] for consideration.

Choose Life because every person from their conception to their death has an immeasurable worth, a dignity that is given to them by God, which can never be removed.

Print and share these reflections in your parish bulletins. These weekly reflections can be downloaded in English French

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Even the weakest and most vulnerable, the sick, the old, the unborn and the poor, are masterpieces of God’s creation, made in God’s own image, destined to live forever, and deserving of the utmost reverence and respect.” Pope Francis, Communique to the CBCEW

(Bishops of Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales), July 17, 2013