Spiritual Bouquet for the Living

Enroll your loved ones or friends to share in the fruits of all the prayers, Masses, and good works of the priests of Priests for Life! We will send you a supply of cards free of charge. When you use them, send us the name, with your offering.

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Spiritual Enrollment for the Deceased

Enable your deceased loved ones or friends to share in the fruits of all the prayers, Masses, and good works of the priests of Priests for Life! We will send you a supply of cards free of charge. Keep them on hand, and when you use them, send us back the name, with your offering. Item #1812. Free of charge.

**Spiritual Bouquet cards for the living also available, that you can use for birthdays, anniversaries, and a promise of prayers for any occasion**

A Will to Live

Some may ask if it is acceptable to sign a “Living Will.” Obviously, we cannot predict the future, or know in advance what form of sickness or disease we may be afflicted with in the years ahead. We do not know what treatments we will need or what will be available.

The "Will to Live" is an alternative to a "Living Will." This is a safer route to appoint a health care proxy who can speak for you in those cases where you may not be able to speak for yourself. This should be a person who knows your beliefs and values, and with whom you discuss these matters in detail. In case you cannot speak for yourself, your proxy can ask all the necessary questions of your doctors and clergy, and make an assessment when all the details of your condition and medical needs are actually known. That's much safer than predicting the future. Appointing a health care proxy in a way that safeguards your right to life is easy.

The "Will to Live" is different for each State. If you are ordering a "Will to Live" for someone in a different State than the address you give us, please let us know in the notes section so we can send you the correct form.

Death in the Delivery Room

While working at what she thought was a pro-life hospital, Jill Stanek encountered the grim reality that abortion includes babies outside the womb.

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