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Sanctity of Human Life Sunday Reminds Us There’s Still A Battle A’Ragin’
tags: Sanctity of Human Life, Casper WY, March for Life, ProLife

Eleven years after the U.S. Supreme Court decision known as Roe v. Wade, U.S. President Ronald Regan proclaimed the first Sanctity of Human Life Day, January 22 (the court decision occurred January 22, 1973). Today, churches and individuals around the country recognize the third Sunday of January as Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. Read how you can help win the battle for life in our community by reading this blog post.


We Live in a Dark World - So Let's Celebrate Life!
tags: Abortion, Life, March for Life, Sanctity of Human Life Sunday 2018

In January, 1984 President Ronald Regan issued a proclamation designating Sunday, January 22 as the first National Sanctity of Humane Life Day. On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion-on-demand in all 50 states. Since then, the third Sunday in January has been observed by churches as Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. This year, the observation takes place on Sunday, January 21. A March for Life takes place not only in Washington, DC this weekend, but also in Casper, Wyoming. Why do we march? Because we're living in a culture of death, and Jesus came to bring life. Read more on this blog post.