Respect Life

Contact: Joan Mullane

Mission Statement: Respect Life is a ministry that attempts to bring awareness within the parish to the clash between the culture of life and the culture of death.

Current Activities: A summary of the activities that Respect Life conducts on a yearly basis includes: The Rosary Crusade for Life; Pro-life flyers in bulletins; Life Chain in Beaufort; White Cross Display; An annual Rally for Life near the Thrift Shop; Stand Up for Life Rally in Columbia; March for Life in Washington DC; An annual Spiritual Adoption Program; and Prayer Vigils at Savannah Abortion Clinics.

As Lent begins, we citizens, have a serious reason to pray and repent!

Two weeks ago, the United States Senate derailed The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would have entitled a living, breathing infant who survived an abortion to receive the same medical care as any other newborn.

Thankfully, our two senators voted to pass the bill and provide care to the child, but 44 others - - including all the presidential candidates - - did not.

With the defeat of this bill, our country has moved from legalized abortion to infanticide.  Please include respect for life in your Lenten prayers!

For more pictures of the Rally for Life, please click on the photo above.

40 Days for Life Campaign
Here is how to take part:

The St. Gianna Respect Life Ministry of St. Gregory the Great has a year-round prayerful presence at the Savannah abortion facility. 

Local Contact:  Linda Bauer - 843-706-3441 or e-mail at

Vigil Location:  Outside Savannah Medical Clinic at 120 E. 34th Street (near the corner of Abercorn).

Vigil Hours:  Anytime during the hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.

Prayers Needed:  Twins were recently saved from abortion at this location, but your prayers are critical for this ministry of love and hope.

We thank God for the results of 20 previous Days for Life campaigns worldwide:

13,305 babies saved from abortion

154 abortion workers converted

86 abortion centers closed

Learn more and get involved by visiting our campaign. Please click this link for more information.


Current Volunteer Opportunities: Participants needed for all the above listed activities. For more detail on these activities see Respect Life Activity Detail.

Throughout the year, announcements in the Evangelization section of the parish bulletin encourage prayer, meditation and action.



The Seventh Month:  You and your spiritually adopted baby are in the home stretch!  During the month he begins to use four senses; he can see, hear, taste, and touch . . . as well as cough, yawn, and hiccup.  He now recognizes his mother's voice and receives antibodies from her that will protect him from a wide variety of diseases.  Remember to pray:

Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, I love you very much.  I beg you to spare the life of the unborn baby that I have spiritually adopted who is in danger of abortion.

Please pray too for Ireland, where unborn children are no longer safe; last May a referendum passed that allowed legalized abortion.  St. Patrick, on this your feast day, intercede for unborn babies and their parents in Ireland and around the world!

Please go to the Pregnancy Center Website to learn more about our local pregnancy center and the many free services it offers, then spread the word.

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