Debbie English– (904) 535-4752 or email@example.com
40 Days for Life, an international campaign to end abortion through peaceful prayer and fasting, is returning to Jacksonville this fall. Our Lady Star of the Sea is standing vigil on Thursday, September 28, 2017 and Saturday, September 30, 2017. We would like to invite all parishioners to stand for an hour during our vigil day. We will stand in front of A Woman’s Choice of Jacksonville, 4131 University Blvd. S., 32216, Jacksonville, FL 32216. For more information or to sign up for an hour, contact LouAnne Hawkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or (904) 923-3552. Please come pray with us for an end to abortion.
The purpose of Our Lady Star of the Sea’s Respect Life Ministry is to provide resources and increase within our parish community awareness of Respect Life events, activities, and issues. Please check our webpage and the bulletin regularly for information.
For an up-to-date calendar of Diocesan Respect Life events, please visit the Diocesan calendar.
To learn more about legislation and alerts, you may visit the Human Life Action Center.
End of Life Issues
End of Life Directives
Catholic Declaration on Life and Death
Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide:
Are you or your family in need of support during a chronic, serious, or terminal illness? Learn more about Our Lady Star of the Sea’s Respite Care Ministry. If you feel as if you are called to help individuals caring for their family members long-term, please consider volunteering to provide a short respite for caretakers so they can rest, do a bit of shopping, or just have a little while to recuperate.
You are not alone in dealing with the care of someone who is terminally ill. You may want to consider hospice services, which are usually available at little or no cost.
National Catholic Bioethics Center
National Right to Life
To learn more about Our Lady Star of the Sea’s Kairos Prison Ministry, please visit their webpage and contact their representative.
Fla. Catholic Conference
Dale S. Recinella, Catholic Lay Chaplain, Florida’s Death Row and Solitary Confinement