UPCOMING DISTRICT EVENTS

DISTRICT 2

JOIN TIFFIN RIGHT TO LIFE FOR THEIR ANNUAL

 "CELEBRATE LIFE FUNDRAISER"

 

WHEN Saturday, October 30

WHERE: The Chandelier in downtown Tiffin.

 

WHAT:

The event begins at 5 p.m. and includes a dinner, raffle items, door prizes, 50/50 drawing and an outstanding speaker.  The attached flyer gives basic details.  All proceeds will be used to continue our vital work, including outreach to youth, and providing public messages and educational information about life issues.  

 

Our featured speaker will be  Fr. Stephen Imbarrato, a pro-life activist, commonly referred to as the "Protest Priest".  He has made regular appearances on EWTN  television and is one of the leaders of the Red Rose Rescue movement.  He believes the United States can end pre-born child killing in five years or less.  He travels the country speaking about the need to focus on peaceful, yet decisive, strategies to end pre-born child killing.  He tells a compelling personal story about his role in the abortion of his own children.  Fr. Stephen has been a priest for 15 years and founded two pro-life organizations in the Archdiocese of Albuquerque: Project Defending Life and Protest ABQ. 

Reservation forms can be found on Tiffin Right To Life's Facebook page or on our website www.righttolifetiffin.org

For additional information about this event, call chairperson Cathe Hammer at 419-654-2835.

INTRODUCING OUR NEWEST INITIATIVE FOR OUR PRO-LIFE WARRIORS COMING IN THE FALL OF 2021

I-LEAD

If you have been asking yourself how to engage a new generation of pro-life leaders in your organization--this program is for YOU!!

I-LEAD

(Identify Leaders Equip And Deploy) Leadership Academy will equip the participants to be strong advocates on the pro-life cause. Your organization can then deploy these new "warriors" into positions of leadership within your pro-life community.  RTLACO will, of course, be of assistance at each turn.

Click here to download a registration form.

For more information, contact Ed Sitter, ed@fflnwo.org