http://www.historicsaintpatrick.org/live/prolife/

We, the members of Historic St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church stand firm in the truth that every human life, from fertilization to natural death is created by God and we hope to encourage each member so that they might grow in this truth through prayer and education.

Resources

Resources for Pregnancy
and Newborn Assistance

Birthright of Bloomington  (309) 829-5430

505 N Center, Suite 1, Bloomington
Living Alternatives  (309) 454-5433
303 Landmark Drive Suite 1B, Normal 
Women’s Care Center
7319 N University St, Peoria  (309) 689-0200; Helpline (877) 908-2341
St. Gianna Baby Pantry
​Provides baby supplies to families in need

​1825 NE Adams St, Peoria  (309) 636-8012
Family Resources Center
Provides referrals for pregnancy tests and services, chastity programs, natural family planning, and post-abortion counseling.
​415 NE Monroe St, Peoria  (309) 839-2287

Birthright International
24/7 HELPLINE  1-800-550-4900

USCCB Respect Life Month: October

Celebrate Respect Life Month! You’re invited to join Catholics nationwide in celebrating Respect Life Month this October

40 Days For Life

The Beginning of the End of Abortion. Find More information on Facebook @40 Days for Life BloNo IL

Rachel’s Vineyard

Rachel’s Vineyard is a safe place to renew and rebuild hearts for anyone affected and broken by abortion. Scholarships are available upon request. More information is available from Colleen Harmon or Cathy Trowbridge – (309) 264-1489 RVRPeoria@gmail.com. 2019 registration can be found HERE and Diocese information page HERE. All communications are confidential.

More Pro-Life Resources to Come.

“Every human person is created in the image and likeness of God. The conviction that human life is sacred and that each person has inherent dignity that must be respected in society lies at the heart of Catholic social teaching. Calls to advance human rights are illusions if the right to life itself is subject to attack. We believe that every human life is sacred from conception to natural death; that people are more important than things; and that the measure of every institution is whether or not it enhances the life and dignity of the human person.” (US Bishops: Faithful Citizenship – Civic Responsibility for a New Millennium, 1999).