Guest:  Rev. Steve Craft, Project 21

“I believe Dr. King’s legacy today would reflect the principle that freedom cannot exist without morality. The folly of immoral and free men and women makes about as much sense as dry water! Without sufficient character and moral fortitude, we cannot govern ourselves,” said Reverend Steven Craft, M.Div., a Project 21 member and prison minister. “When morality declines, the abuse of our rights increases and people believe more government is necessary in order to control the population. Dr. King’s legacy teaches us that if we abandon our righteous character and embrace the law of the jungle, we forfeit our freedom.”

Rev. Craft:  Racism is a spiritual problem

If you would like to attend the Louisiana March for Life on Satruday, January 24, here are some options if you need a ride:

Dear Friend of Life,

This Saturday we hope you will join us for the Louisiana Life March South on LSU’s campus in Baton Rouge!  Several groups are facilitating bus trips from our area.  This is a great way to get to the march while enjoying fellowship with other pro-lifers on the way!  Please consider participating!  And if you are facilitating a trip not listed here that you would like us to promote, please contact us.

Thank you for all you do for Life!  See you there!

For Life,
Mary Reed

• St. Edward the Confessor, Metairie
Spots still available!  Leaving St. Edward’s, located at 4921 W. Metairie Ave., at 7:30 a.m. with expected return about 3 p.m.