Pro-Life Parish News
November 2

Bishop Malooly calls Catholics to active participation in political process, to find those ‘in keeping with our values and the teachings of our Church’:

It is incumbent on each of us to research the candidates for national, statewide, and local offices, to see if their stance on issues is in keeping with our values and the teachings of our Church. Do they, in word and policy, uphold the dignity of every human person? Do they support the restriction and ultimately the end of the destruction of unborn children through abortion? Do they strongly oppose euthanasia? Do they support religious freedom in all matters, especially healthcare?

Source: The Dialog, 8 September 2020

One of the key activities we will be taking part in is the 40 Days for Life campaign, from September 23rd – November 1st. The visible centerpiece of each local 40 Days for Life is a focused, 40-day, non-stop, round-the-clock prayer vigil outside a single Planned Parenthood center or other abortion facility. We will be participating in the prayer vigil outside the Planned Parenthood center in Dover, on 805 S. Governors Ave.

Please call the number below to sign up and to get car pool information. We are planning on going on Friday mornings during the 40 days.

Other key Pro-Life events/dates:

  • Pro-Life Rosary: Every Monday morning after 8:30 a.m. mass.
  • Life Chain: October 4th – Route 1 in South Bethany, 2-4 p.m.
    (The Life Chain was a great success – see pictures here)
  • Next Pro-Life Committee meeting: November 2nd , at 9:30 a.m. in Delaney Hall.
  • March for Life: January 29, 2021, Washington, DC.

Election Day this year is November 3rd. Make sure you are registered and vote Pro-Life! Make sure to register and Vote Pro-Life! If not yet registered, go to

Help make a difference: Please consider joining our pro-life team. The Parish of St. Ann’s has begun to meet again. Please contact Gloria Huber at 410-292-3465 or for more information.

The mission of the St. Ann Pro-Life Committee is to promote awareness and respect for the sanctity of human life from the moment of conception to natural death.

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