• Man and Woman He Created Them: A Theology Of The Body
    Man and Woman He Created Them: A Theology Of The Body
    by John Paul II
  • Theology of the Body for Beginners 2nd Edition
    Theology of the Body for Beginners 2nd Edition
    by Christopher West
  • Courage and Consequence: My Life as a Conservative in the Fight
    Courage and Consequence: My Life as a Conservative in the Fight
    by Karl Rove

Welcome to Porter County Right to Life

Porter County Right to Life is a non-profit, free membership community   organization that functions completely on your donations and volunteer efforts.   We exist to promote the belief that human life, at every stage of development,       is sacred and as such is deserving of respect and protection under the law.         We promote this concern through education and outreach activities.  Please explore our web site to learn more about Porter County Right to Life, view our calendar of events, and find resources for information on various life issues. 

 

Life Chain Sunday is October 5 - Save the Date!

 

Life Chain Sunday is October 5th this year. From 2-3 p.m. pro-life believers throughout the United States and Canada gather at a designated location in their community to pray silently while holding a sign bearing a life-affirming message.

 

Won't you join us to stand in prayer for an hour of peaceful witness to the sacredness of human life? Bring a chair if needed. Signs are provided.

 

All Life Chain participants are invited to a "Celebration of Life" picnic immediately following the Life Chain (approximately 3-5 p.m.) held at St. Patrick Church, 638 N. Calumet Rd. in Chesterton. Main dish, lemonade, and tableware are provided. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share.

 

Chesterton:

Indian Boundary Road from Indian Oak Mall to Calumet Road. Park and pick up signs at the parking lots of Porter Bank, Farm Bureau Insurance, and Indian Oak Mall.

 

Portage:

Central Avenue east of Willowcreek Road.

 

Valparaiso:Along Lincolnway starting at Roosevelt Rd.