St. Mary's Dominican High School

Pro-Life Club

Pro-Life Club sponsors activities, fundraisers, speakers, and prayer services in an attempt to raise awareness and support efforts to promote respect for human life which includes abortion, death penalty, and euthanasia issues. Activities of the Pro Life Club include Pro-Life week, collections for Access Pregnancy and Women’s New Life Center as well as the annual CYO Archdiocesan trip to Washington, DC in January.  The Pro-Life Club meets during the Lunch/Activity period.

Pro-Life Club Presents Spiritual Adoption

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During a Spiritual Adoption for Unborn Babies, presented in Our Lady Queen of the Rosary Chapel by the Prolife Club at St. Mary’s Dominican High School, more than 60 students spiritually adopted a baby in danger of being aborted and pledged to pray for the baby during the next nine months. Each student named her   …Continue Reading

Pro-Life Club Marches for Life

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A delegation of 31 St. Mary’s Dominican High School students, accompanied by teachers and Pro-Life Club moderators Maria Bruce and Theresa Maquar, and religion teacher Mark Gonnella, joined hundreds of thousands of teens, children, adults and elderly for the annual March for Life in Washington, DC.  “Every Life Is A Gift” was the theme for the 42nd March   …Continue Reading

Archbishop Aymond Addresses Dominican Students

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Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond addresses members of St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s Christian Leadership Council and Pro-Life Club in the school’s Our Lady Queen of the Rosary Chapel. Invited by the two groups, the Archbishop’s address about pro-life issues was followed by a question and answer session.

Pro Life Observance

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Last week, students placed pink and blue flags on the school grounds in observance of Pro Life week. The flags represent the estimated 3,288 abortions performed daily in the United States.

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