Evangelium Vitae (The Gospel of Life): A Spiritual Guide to the Encyclical by Pope John Paul

This study guide, written by the clergy and pastoral associates of Priests for Life, can be used by individuals or groups as a side-by side companion with the Encyclical itself. It will aide in delving more deeply into the text and will stimulate reflection and discussion.

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"Thank you for the copy of the study guide on "Evangelium Vitae." I believe it will be a very useful tool enabling people to understand and put into action the teachings of John Paul II on the sacredness of life. Thanks for providing this service." <st

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Thank you for your kindness in sending me the Priests for Life Study Guide for the document, Living the Gospel of Life, issued by bishops of the United States in 1998. The current controversy regarding Catholic politicians and the issue of abortion underscores how timely and necessary your Study Guide is. While some of the energy surrounding this question is created by the proximity of elections, the situation is one which is the fruit of many years' development, and a true change of heart among Catholic politicians will take much time and effort. I believe the bishops of our country are committed to that process, and the Priests for Life Study Guide will be very helpful in this important undertaking. Thanking you for devoted ministry which gives a voice to the voiceless unborn, I am Sincerely yours in Christ, -- Most Rev. William J. Levada, (previously) Archbishop of San Francisco