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Advocating for Life: 2019 CT Pro-Life Conference

Posted on October 24, 2019 in: Events, 40DaysForLife, ProLife

Advocating for Life: 2019 CT Pro-Life Conference

Are you interested in learning how to effectively advocate for pro-life concerns in CT?  

The CT Catholic Conference, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition- USA (www.epcc.ca), and Family Institute of CT are jointly sponsoring this event in collaboration with Pro-Life Ministry of the Archdiocese of Hartford.  It is a day of workshops and discussions on November 2, 2019 at St. Paul Catholic High School in Bristol.

The St. Paul Catholic High School Pro-Life Club, recipients of the 2019 CT Right to Life Agnes Giannini Youth Award, will also be involved.

Register online at nationbuilder.ctcatholicpac.org

See information below for registration and tickets. Lunch is included in ticket prices.

  • Local and national advocates will speak about topics that are active at the Connecticut legislature.   Active topics include: assisted suicide, pregnancy resource centers, and family concerns.
  • Please know your advocacy will be needed at the State Capitol next year and this conference will help prepare you and your family with facts and skills.
  • Workshops will include effective letter writing and how to lobby state legislators.
  • Speakers and Workshops will include:

Nancy Elliott – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition USA
Pro-Life Ministry of the Archdiocese of Hartford
Elected Officials
St. Paul Catholic High School Pro-Life Club
Family Institute of CT
CT Catholic Conference

The building is handicapped accessible. If you need specific/handicap accommodations, please notify ccc@ctcatholic.org.


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