Respect Life Week is a joint project of the Department of Catholic Schools and the Office of Life, Justice and Peace to immerse Catholic middle and high school students in the understanding of the dignity of every human person and our call to proclaim the Gospel of Life in our community.
Respect Life Week 2013 looks at the most critical human rights issues of our time through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching and the infinite love of Christ for each and every person. Middle and high school students are challenged to wrestle with these issues in every academic area and through hands-on service. We need the innovation and creativity of our future leaders as together we build a culture of life, justice and peace in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles!
RLW is a cross-curricular program. You will see evidence of our commitment to the life and dignity of all people throughout your religion and math classes this week. Our week will begin this morning with a mass themed towards respecting all life. Please join us and the greater Los Angeles catholic community this week as we discuss issues facing our world today.
Click here to see a video produced by St. Anthony students in preparation for Respect Life week, and click here from the Archdiocese Office of Life, Justice and Peace.