Resources

Pro-Life E-News

The Respect Life Apostolate (RLA) publishes a monthly e-newsletter that provides a great way to stay up to date on pro-life events and news, service and prayer opportunities, and state and national public policy. Sign up by contacting [email protected] or 314-792-7555.

Social Media & Website

The RLA maintains a website and two social media channels. Like the Pro-Life E-News, these electronic communications feature a wealth of information on upcoming pro-life events, news, prayer opportunities, public policy updates, USCCB and MCC calls to action, pro-life job opportunities and more! 

  • Website: www.STLRespectLife.org
  • Facebook: @respectlifeapostolate.stlouis
  • Twitter: @ProLifeSTL

Respect Life Educational Resources

Archdiocesan 

The RLA also provides a variety of educational resources. Parish Respect Life committees, parishes, schools, and pro-life organizations may use these resources free of charge which include brochures and handouts on pro-life and chastity issues, displays and banners, fetal baby model sets, and more! Contact the RLA for details, 314.792.7555 or [email protected]. Advance notice is appreciated especially during the peak months of September, October, and January. 

USCCB Pro-Life

At RespectLife.org, the Pro-Life Secretariat of the USCCB (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops), has created a wealth of resources for parishes, schools, and families to build a "culture that cherishes and protects every human life." RespectLife.org has action guides, bulletin materials, prayer campaigns, public policy alerts, educational resources, and the Walking with Moms in Need national support network. Click here to learn more.

End of Life Resources 

Missouri Catholic Conference

In conjunction with the Bishops of Missouri, the MCC has created a detailed resource for the faithful to explore end-of-life issues, decisions and questions from a Catholic moral and ethical framework. Access the informative and comprehensive "A Catholic Guide to End-of-Life Decisions for Individuals and Families" here.

Roman Catholic Foundation

The Roman Catholic Foundation holds "The Conversation: A Catholic Perspective on End-of-Life Issues" seminars periodically throughout the year to help Catholic families, individuals, and parishes throughout the archdiocese. For more information, visit the RCF website here.