• Man and Woman He Created Them: A Theology Of The Body
    Man and Woman He Created Them: A Theology Of The Body
    by John Paul II
  • Theology of the Body for Beginners 2nd Edition
    Theology of the Body for Beginners 2nd Edition
    by Christopher West
  • Courage and Consequence: My Life as a Conservative in the Fight
    Courage and Consequence: My Life as a Conservative in the Fight
    by Karl Rove

 


Welcome to Porter County Right to Life

Porter County Right to Life is a non-profit, free membership community   organization that functions completely on your donations and volunteer efforts.   We exist to promote the belief that human life, at every stage of development, is sacred and as such is deserving of respect and protection under the law. We promote this concern through education and outreach activities.  Please explore our web site to learn omore about Porter County Right to Life, view our calendar of events, and find resources for information on various life issues. 

 

National Life Chain
Respect Life Sunday October 1st
Catholic Bishop Donald Hying will stand against the violence of abortion this Sunday afternoon in the annual “life chain” vigil. All are invited to join him.
Bishop Hying writes, “How can anyone not see that the systemic, state-sanctioned killing of millions of unborn children has coarsened and diminished our respect for human life in all its forms?”
In Porter County, we will stand silently from 2-3 p.m. along Lincolnway starting at Roosevelt (where the bishop will be) in Valparaiso, along Indian Boundary Road (west of U.S. 49) in Chesterton, and along Central Avenue (starting at City Hall) in Portage.
Many signs are available. Bring a chair if needed.
Afterward, everyone is invited to a Celebration of Life cookout at Kirchoff Park, on Roosevelt in Valpo, or at St. Patrick’s Classic Gym in Chesterton.
Be not discouraged. Every baby who survives is a victory for life!
National Life Chain
Respect Life Sunday October 1stCatholic Bishop Donald Hying will stand against the violence of abortion this Sunday afternoon in the annual “life chain” vigil. All are invited to join him.
Bishop Hying writes, “How can anyone not see that the systemic, state-sanctioned killing of millions of unborn children has coarsened and diminished our respect for human life in all its forms?”
In Porter County, we will stand silently from 2-3 p.m. along Lincolnway starting at Roosevelt (where the bishop will be) in Valparaiso, along Indian Boundary Road (west of U.S. 49) in Chesterton, and along Central Avenue (starting at City Hall) in Portage.
Many signs are available. Bring a chair if needed.
Afterward, everyone is invited to a Celebration of Life cookout at Kirchoff Park, on Roosevelt in Valpo, or at St. Patrick’s Classic Gym in Chesterton.
Be not discouraged. Every baby who survives is a victory for life!