First Catholic-run pregnancy support center opens in Denver

“Being pro-life, it’s so important that we don’t just ‘talk the talk,'” said Annette Davis, a volunteer with the Gabriel Project, a pro-life outreach in the Denver Archdiocese. “We need to be there to support the courageous women who are choosing life.”

After eight years of ministry, the Gabriel Project will move into its own building, and hopes to triple the number of women it serves.  The Denver Catholic Register recently wrote about the new building and the program’s new expectations. It will be the first Catholic pregnancy support center in the archdiocese.

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One Response to First Catholic-run pregnancy support center opens in Denver

  1. Renee Garcia says:

    I am intersted in starting a Catholic teen preganancy center in Greeley, Co. Can you please give me information on how to contact and what I would have to to do start a center?
    You can also call me at 970-313-6621

    In Christ,
    Renee Garcia

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