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Sanctity of Life

Director of Sanctity of Life, MaryJo Werbiansky. Name: Mary Jo Werbiansky
Job: Head of Sanctity of Life

First Corinthians 13 tells us that the greatest of the spiritual gifts is love. One way to love Christ in others is to serve and care for them. Our church's sanctity of life ministry allows all parishoners the opportunity to give love to unborn children and their mothers. We offer assistance in the form of cribs, strollers, clothing, diapers, etc to expecting mothers in need. We also pray that those who consider abortion will realize that God's child is in their womb and give them the gift of life. There is also opportunity to share God's love with the unborn and their parents during the annual hike for life, and other events that we support. Thanks - MJ

Job Description

Responsible for the Orthodox Church response within the parish, and community to the abortion, family and other Pro-Life issues.

Current Events & Information

After The March for Life: What To Do Next? By Lisa Jones
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2017
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2016
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2015
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2014
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2013
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2012
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2011
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2010
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2009
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2008
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2006
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2005
Sanctity Of Life Annual Report, January 2003

Links to Pro-Life Orthodox Websites - National Right To Live - View Articles - Orthodox Christians For Life Of Chicago - Orthodox Christians For Life - Pregnancy Centers Online - pregnancy help and information