Students for Life
Dr. David Callon
The SLUH Pro-Life Club welcomes all students to work toward building and strengthening a Culture of Life in our school, in our community, and in our world. As Men for Others, we are committed to taking a stand for the dignity and the sanctity of all human life--born and unborn, strong and vulnerable--in a materialistic culture that too often encourages us to view each other as objects and commodities, useful for what we do and not for who we are as Children of God. We strive to respect live each day by honoring the gift of our own human sexuality, by lovingly challenging those who demean others in any way, and by living the message of the Christ’s Gospel. In short, we believe that everyone counts.
We meet regularly (3 or 4 times per month during activity period).
We educate each other and our community on a broad spectrum of life issues.
We take action for Life by petitioning our political leaders, attending local rallies, by marching with hundreds of thousands of others at the National Pro-Life Rally in Washington, D.C. each year, and by sharing the Pro-Life message with others through morning prayer, guest speakers, and special events.
We support women and children by serving organizations outside SLUH like Our Lady’s Inn that support families, mothers, children, the elderly and the sick.
We pray together for a world where every human life is embraced and protected, where violence in any form is sharply denounced, where human dignity and human rights are paramount.
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The SLUH Students for Life meet each Wednesday during activity period (regular schedule only) in J124. Come for the snacks, stay for great discussion and opportunities to stand up for Life.
E-mail email@example.com to sign up for our weekly mailing list. And join our Facebook group: SLUH Students for Life.
Did You Know?
By special arrangement, nuns from local hospitals attended SLUH in the 1920s and ‘30s after school hours.