Pro Life Information

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For those wanting to order Choose Life plates, they are now available at all county offices across Iowa! You may also order them online below.

Proudly display your Pro-Life convictions on ALL your vehicles-automobiles, multipurpose vehicles, sport utility vehicles, vans, motorcycles, trucks, motor homes, trailers and travel trailers!!

Note: all Choose Life plate applications should be directed to your local county treasurer’s office.


Pro Life Saint

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Saint Gianna Beretta Molla

(October 4, 1922 – April 28, 1962) was an Italian pediatrician, wife and mother who is best known for refusing both an abortion and a hysterectomy when she was pregnant with her fourth child, despite knowing that continuing with the pregnancy could result in her death.

Gianna was beatified by Pope John Paul II on April 24, 1994, and officially canonized as a saint on May 16, 2004. Gianna’s husband Pietro and their last child, Gianna, were present at the ceremony. St. Gianna is a patron saint for mothers, physicians, and unborn children.


Prayers

Prayer for the Unborn

Heavenly Father, in Your love for us, protect against
the wickedness of the devil, those helpless little ones
to whom You have given the gift of life.

Touch with pity the hearts of those women pregnant in
our world today who are not thinking of motherhood.

Help them to see that the child they carry is made in
Your image – as well as theirs – made for eternal life.

Dispel their fear and selfishness and give them true
womanly hearts to love their babies and give them birth
and all the needed care that a mother can give.

We ask this through Jesus Christ, Your Son, Our Lord,
Who lives and reigns with You and Holy Spirit, One God, forever and ever. Amen.


Events


Our Iowa Courts’ Pro Life Activities

  • ¬†As members of Catholic Daughters we will continue to support Pro Life Activities by prayer, financially, and with volunteerism.

Resources

ALL Life is SACRED…therefore defend it


Iowa Diocesan Pro Life Information