Marquette University is a proud member of the Ignatian Pro-Life Network. We strive to build a culture of life that respects the inherent dignity of all, especially those awaiting to be born, the poor, elderly, sick/infirm, immigrants, LGBTQ persons, and prisoners. Join our Respect Life Month efforts or participate in the annual March for Life.
Each Fall during Respect Life Month, members of the Marquette community are invited to explore questions surrounding human life. This exploration should challenge the partisan limitations of our culture and allow us to focus on the invitation of the Gospel. Particular themes are highlighted during each week of Respect Life Month. Through campus programs, homilies during Sunday liturgies, and online resources, we invite reflection on ways each of us can live as men and women for others.
Themes from Respect Life Month 2010-2011:
Each year, Marquette University students join thousands in Washington, DC, on the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade to stand up for the rights of the unborn. Click here to learn more about Marquette's participation in the March for Life.