Maternity Advent Acts of Kindness Project

A campaign to raise funds to support maternity residences in our diocese. Download the Flyer
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New Natural and Personal Approach to Fertility and Health

For women who have had difficulty becoming pregnant, The National Gianna Center for Women's Health and Fertility, with offices in New York, New Jersey and around the country, is dedicated to providing a more natural alternative to assisted reproductive technologies
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Bishop Urges Opposition to Assisted Suicide

Bishop Murphy recommends attending Opposition to Assisted Suicide Educational Conference to be held Wednesday, February 3, to learn more about this important issue.
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Respect life program 2014 - Roe plus 40

Life Matters: Roe Plus 40

Forty years after the Roe v. Wade decision the United States continues to have one of the most extreme abortion regimes in the world.
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Youth Contest-Open Your Hearts to Life

2014 Respect Life Youth Contest

The Diocesan Respect Life Office is excited to announce the 12th Annual Youth Respect Life Contest for grades 7-8 Level ONE, and grades 9-12 Level TWO.
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Catholic Action Network

The New and Improved Catholic Action Network

The new and improved Catholic Action Network is now on line! Use it to send a message to your Assembly member about the Women's Equality Act and abortion expansion.
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Andrew Cuomo - Photo by Pat Arnow (Andrew Cuomo) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Keeping Abortion Expansion Out of New York State

The pro-life community in New York State must remain vigilant and continue to educate and mobilize against abortion expansion.
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March for Life 2013

An estimated 500,000 marchers, including many people from our diocese, gathered in Washington, D.C. on January 25, 2013 for the 40th March for Life. Commentary by Bishop William Murphy.
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The 2013-14 Respect Life Program is Here

Featuring seven new articles on the challenges faced and foundations needed to build a culture of life.
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