Pro Life Issues
“Human life is sacred because from its beginning it involves the creative action of God and it remains forever in a special relationship with the Creator, who is its sole end. God alone is the Lord of life from its beginning to its end: no one can under any circumstances claim for himself the right to directly destroy an innocent human being.”
#2258 Catechism of the Catholic Church
Bishop Luers students gather every Thursday morning at the Abortion Clini to pray the Rosary for Life, in addition to the Bishop Luers students who gather in our school chapel each Thursday morning at 7:30 A.M. to pray the Rosary for Life. Mrs. Ann Isch is the moderator for Bishop Luers Knights for Life.
Students participate in the annual “March for Life” in Washington, D.C., and in the annual Fort Wayne “March for Life.”
Students at Bishop Luers High School have many
retreat opportunities! Freshmen and sophomore students
will have a day retreat during the school year.
Junior and Senior students are invited
to a weekend retreat, "KNIGHTS OF FAITH", which based on the Antioch retreat model Peer minister's attend a retreat in August to prepare for their ministries. Bishop Luers makes available all Diocesan High School retreat information and registration forms
throughout the school year. Students attend various retreats with the Franciscan sister at Mishawaka, Indiana, and the Vision Retreats held at Notre Dame.
Sister Lois DeLee, from the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration in Mishawaka, Indiana, meets as announced after school with young women from Bishop Luers to discuss their options in choosing a vocation. Her presence and encouragement helps young women to understand the meaning of their vocations whether to marriage, single life, or a religious vocation. Sister Lois encourages those who are interested to actively pursue a life dedicated to Jesus Christ and serving the Church as a religious sister.
Pizza with Padre
Father Benjamin Muhlenkamp and Father Larry Kramer, chaplains at Bishop Luers, meet as announced with the young men of Bishop Luers for a pizza lunch and discussion at lunch time in the campus ministry office. This opportunity to freely discuss life issues helps young men to understand the meaning of their vocations whether to marriage, single life, religious vocation, or priesthood. Young men who are interested in serving the church as a religious or as a priest are encouraged and invited to further explore their options.