Video of Cardinal-designate Dolan speaking: http://bcove.me/ob5itz9v
Background: click here
FAQ: click here
For more information go to USCCB site: www.usccb.org/conscience
Tyler Diocesan Council of Catholic Women of NCCW (TDCCW)
Pro-Life Coordination Committee Chair: Juanita Cantu, 888-300-5112, email@example.com
Right to Life of East Texas:
For Brochure click here
For more information contact:
Jan Wood firstname.lastname@example.org
Tubal Ligations sadly were done in Catholic Hospitals in the Diocese of Tyler and possibly other Catholic Hospitals in Texas and beyond. Thankfully the Catholic Hospitals in the Diocese of Tyler, in copperation with the Bishop, no longer permit tubal ligations.
To the Catholics and people of East Texas:
"Take a Second Look" Pray for wisdom for the Justices.
Info on Pro-Life from the USCCB:
Why End Roe?
On January 22, 1973, in its twin decisions, Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, the U.S. Supreme Court created a constitutional right to abortion throughout the nine months of pregnancy. These decisions have been widely criticized on historical, scientific, and legal grounds. Scholar John Hart Ely said of Roe: "It is bad because it is bad constitutional law, or rather because it is not constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be." ("The Wages of Crying Wolf," Yale Law Journal 1973)
The purpose of EndRoe.org is to promote a fuller understanding of what the Court did in Roe and Doe and why these fundamentally erroneous decisions must be corrected.
Respect Life Office
Materials and updated info on Health care Reform
Stem Cell Issues
Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity: www.cbhd.org
National Catholic Bioethic Center: www.ncbcenter.org
Catholic Pro-Life Committee (Dallas Diocese)
Catholic Daughters of America
Legion of Mary
National Right to Life
United States Council of Catholic Bishops
National Council of Catholic Women
Natural Family Planning
Priests for Life
Women for Faith & Family
Contraception: Why Not?
Smith, Janet (May, 1994)
The Results of and Psychological Causes of Contraception
Nigro, Samuel A. (Social Justice Review, December 1993)
Contraception "the Bitter Pill"
Johnston, George Sim (Crisis, October 1996)
Contraception: a Challenge to Catholic Preaching
Buckley, James (Unknown)