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Jan. 19, 2023

Carolina Catholic Newsletter 01/19/2023

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Prescription: Life

Host Dr. Matthew Harrison interviews Dr. George Delgado, the president of The Steno Institute, a nonprofit which is devoted to pro-life research, especially focusing on abortion pill reversal. He is a medical advisor to Abortion Pill Rescue, a program of Heartbeat International. Dr. Delgado practices family medicine, providing medical care that is faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church for newborns, children, and adults. He is the medical director of Culture of Life Family Health Care in San Diego, and is an NFP Medical Consultant trained in NaProTECHNOLOGY.


Sister Anne Victory, Collaborative to End Human Trafficking

Kara Griffin 803-370-0345
Charlotte Diocese CCDOC Human Trafficking Awareness Committee
CCDOC Human Trafficking Awareness Webpage 
CCDOC Ethical & Fair Trade Webpage

TED TALK: Sr. Anne Victory

Anne Victory's January Human Trafficking podcast:

Sr. Anne Victory has led efforts against human trafficking for over a decade. She helped to establish the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking in 2007. One result of the Collaborative’s work is that over 60 agencies in NE Ohio–law enforcement, health care, social services, and others—are now connected to weave a safety net for the men, women, and children who are victims of human trafficking. Sister Anne is Director of Education at the Collaborative, and her background includes extensive experience as a nurse clinician, educator, and administrator.


Host of our Charlotte March for Life Broadcast:

Elizabeth Harris
Elizabeth Harris, serves as Senior Regional Programs Manager for Sidewalk Advocates for Life (SAFL). Her fire for empowering mothers was first born from experience when she faced an unexpected pregnancy as a young adult. Though a regular client at Planned Parenthood at the time, she fought to have her child, later became a pro-life doula and nurse, and finally signed on with SAFL to fulfill an intense tugging at her heart to do more. She has the privilege of co-leading a local team of Sidewalk Advocates in front of the abortion facility in Asheville, NC. In addition, she is a Registered Nurse and holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She teaches fertility awareness as a Certified Educator through Fertility Education and Medical Management (FEMM) and has a deep passion for teaching women and men about their God-given sexuality. She is also a proud single mother and grandmother. Lastly, Elizabeth serves in her community as the Respect Life leader at her local Catholic parish as well as an advisor for C-PLAN of Western North Carolina. 


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Latin Masses This Week

Thursday January 19, 7pm – St. Thomas Aquinas, Feria (no feast day) – This will be a Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Pope Benedict XVI

Friday January 20, 7am (St. Ann) & 12:30pm (St. Mark), Ss. Fabian & Sebastian
Requiem Mass for Pope Benedict XVI – Thursday January 19, 7pm (St. Thomas Aquinas): As noted above, St. Thomas Aquinas parish will be offering this Thursday’s 7pm Latin Mass as a requiem for the repose of the soul of Pope Benedict XVI. 
  • NEXT WEEK: National Day of Prayer (Monday) & Pro-Life Physicians Panel Discussion at St. Ann Parish (Thursday)
    There will be two important Respect Life events occurring next week:

    Monday January 23: National Day of Prayer & Penance 
    The U.S. Bishops have declared January 23, 2023, the annual national day of prayer for the rights of the unborn and penance for abortion.  Please consider participating by attending Mass, praying a Rosary, or by offering other prayers and penances.

    "In all the Dioceses of the United States of America, January 22 (or January 23, when January 22 falls on a Sunday) shall be observed as a particular day of prayer for the full restoration of the legal guarantee of the right to life and of penance for violations to the dignity of the human person committed through acts of abortion."

     - U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, General Instruction of the Roman Missal #373 (

    Thursday January 26: Pro-Life Physicians Panel on Healthcare & Pregnancy
    Just a reminder that next Thursday January 26 is an important pro-life panel discussion on women’s healthcare and the Dobbs v. Jackson decision.

    A panel of local physicians from our diocese will discuss caring for both mother and child during pregnancy and beyond, including how they address challenges to the mother’s health during pregnancy.
    The event is presented by the Office of Family Life of the Diocese of Charlotte and Catholic Health Professionals of Charlotte (a sister group to C-PLAN). The event is open to everyone but registration is required (see below.
    Date: Thursday January 26, 7– 8:30pm
    Location: St. Ann Catholic Church (Allen Center), 3635 Park Road, Charlotte. The event is free, but registration is required. To register please email:

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