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Right to Live

On Saturday 13 September, Catholics from our Archdiocese will take to the streets in a Walk for Life, in reparation for the unborn who were denied their Right to Life after the legalisation of abortion in our country in 1997.

Since then, abortion has become the new birth control in South Africa - especially among pregnant teenagers. Every month, around 3 000 abortions are performed in state hospitals and clinics across the country.

We ask you to join with us in prayer on this day ... and to support our Right to Live project.

donateWe believe that it's not enough to demand that pregnant women reject abortion ... we must provide them with physical and emotional support throughout the pregnancy and birth.

Our seven Mater Homes offer a refuge for vulnerable women and their babies - but funding is always needed to keep the homes open.

If you believe that life is a gift from God, to be protected, cherished and nurtured from the moment of conception to the moment of death, please make your contribution now.

Your gift will help buy baby milk formula, baby clothes and blankets, and contribute towards medical costs, so that women in pregnancy crisis can make the right choice - the choice to give life to their unborn babies.

If you would like prayers for your special intentions to be included in our monthly Mass for Mission friends, please click here.

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