As seen on the Cardinal Newman Society Web site:
Sisters of Life Co-Worker Training at Seton Hall to Show How to
Serve a Pregnant Woman with the Heart of Christ
Chances are that at some point during your college years, one of your friends—or a friend of a friend—will have an unexpected pregnancy. She may feel helpless, alone, unsure about her future, and under great pressure in multiple directions from her boyfriend and relatives. Her heart's desire may be to keep her baby, but that desire alone may not be enough to protect her from the stresses that seem to be tearing her apart.
You can help her—not with arguments or pleadings, but with love. When every other support has let her down, you can become part of a new culture emerging—one that can walk with her through this difficult time. Each pregnant woman needs to know that her life is not over now that she is pregnant.
Let the Sisters of Life—an order founded by John Cardinal O'Connor whose members take a fourth vow to protect and enhance the sacredness of every human life—show you how to serve a pregnant woman with the heart of Christ. On Saturday, November 17, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., come to the Sisters of Life Co-Worker (volunteer) training at
Topics covered at the training, which will be led by Sisters (also featuring testimonies from Co-Workers and the women they serve) include:
- Understanding the heart of a vulnerable pregnant woman
- Communication skills to help you listen to a pregnant woman's needs and be fully present for her
- The various ways your individual talents and skills may be placed at the service of life
Please register in advance to insure your place at this important event, the first Sisters of Life Co-Worker training ever to take place on a college campus.
Read the rest of the press release, including details on how to register, on the Cardinal Newman Society Web site.