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Virtual Resources to Commemorate the Anniversary of Roe vs Wade and Foster a Culture of Life
 

Virtual Resources to Commemorate the Anniversary of Roe vs Wade and Foster a Culture of Life

  • 9 Days for Life is a novena for the protection of human life. Each day’s intention is accompanied by a short reflection and suggested actions to help build a culture of life. Resources for leaders are available, including novena printables, graphics, sample announcements, and more.
    • 9 DAYS FOR LIFE: LIVESTREAM EVENTS: Join people across the country in praying for the protection of human life January 21-29 through livestreamed prayer events: respectlife.org/9-days-livestream-events

  • The schedule of the 2021 National Prayer Vigil for Life is listed below. (All times are in Eastern Time.) 
                Thursday, January 28:  
                8:00 PM         National Rosary for Life 
                8:30 PM         Opening Mass with Archbishop Naumann 
                9:45 PM         Holy Hour for Life 
                11:00 PM       Live-stream of holy hours throughout the night 
             
                Friday, January 29: 
                8:00 AM        Closing Mass with Archbishop Lori  

The live television broadcasts on January 28 from 8:00-11:00 PM and on January 29 from 8:00-9:00 AM will be provided by the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) and will also be available via live-stream on the Basilica’s website. Live-streaming information for the overnight bishop-led holy hours from various dioceses will be provided on the USCCB’s website