New! 1st Monthly Mass for Life with Archbishop on Jan. 9
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A special note: Please join Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone on
Jan. 9 at St. Mary's Cathedral
for the first monthly 8 a.m. Mass for Life and Rosary walk to the new Planned Parenthood flagship clinic on Bush Street in San Francisco. This is separate from our Jan. 22 webinar and Mass highlighted below.
Join Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone in conversation with national leaders on Jan. 22, 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time in a free webinar: "The Prolife Movement: Looking Forward in 2021".
Susan B. Anthony List
founder and president
Marjorie Dannenfelser, a key architect of a large influx of prolife women elected to the incoming US Congress, and Fordham University moral theologian Charles Camosy, whose
First Things essay, "Catholics and the Incoming Biden Administration"
proposes ideas for working together
. Co-sponsored by Human Life Action and the Archdiocesan Office of Human Life & Dignity.
This is part of the Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children, a USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities initiative on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. In addition, at noon Archbishop Cordileone will offer a special Mass at St. Mary's Cathedral Mass (also available via livestream) and parishes are encouraged to offer individual Masses at each church.
Learn More and Register Here
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