Respect for Life Month 2016

Respect Life Month Pamphlet The month of May is Respect for Life Month here at Cambridge Right to Life. During May, we double, triple, and quadruple our efforts to reach out to the community to share the beauty of choosing life for all generations and at all stages. The first weekend in May, many local churches included our Life Giving Love pamphlets either in their bulletins or in common areas at their churches. These pamphlets highlighted our biggest events during May, including our annual Coffee & Dessert evening and mini life chains. On Mother's Day weekend and the weekend after, St. Gregory's Church's Christian Service initiative put up a Right to Life display which included [...]

Respect for Life Month 20162017-07-17T13:16:21-05:00

School Project Encourages Closer Relationships Between Generations

Cambridge Right to Life is pleased to announce the launching of our Caring Hearts Sharing Hearts Project. In partnership with the Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate, we are inviting teachers and students in Grades 4-7 to visit the elderly at the Marian Residence Retirement Home. We know that 43% of seniors rarely have visitors and spend their days alone. Research indicates that this can lead to depression, mental and physical decline. Developing stronger connections between generations can have tremendous benefits for young and old. Both can find wisdom and inspiration in each other. In preparation for school visits, Cambridge Right to Life provides each classroom with the book, A Little Something by Susan V. Bosak. This [...]

School Project Encourages Closer Relationships Between Generations2015-12-02T13:04:16-05:00
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