In order to establish a culture of life, it is essential that children be educated, from their earliest years, to know the truths about the gift of life, of marriage, and of the family so that they can become adults who will embrace the culture of life in all their thinking and in all aspects of their daily living. The Culture of Life Studies Program . . . provides an excellent program to teach children, from their very earliest years through their teens, in an age-appropriate, consistent and systematic way, to understand and embrace the culture of life.
I am happy to recommend the Culture of Life Studies Program for use in the home, in schools, and in other programs.
I was delighted to learn about the Culture of Life Studies Program. In my own travels around the nation, I frequently am asked for pro-life curriculum resources.
Now I have an excellent program to which I can refer people. Families, schools, parishes, ministries, dioceses, and individuals will find a real pro-life treasure in the Culture of Life Studies Program.
The Culture of Life Studies Program provides the educational tools we need to teach our children to respect all human beings as a gift from God. When children are taught at a young age to understand that every human being’s life is a blessing, they grow up with the strength to defend others. This program is your answer to building a culture of life!
The Miracle of Life Coloring & Activity Book is the perfect tool to help teach even our youngest children about the precious gift of all human beings. Filled with creative puzzles, coloring activities, and interactive themes, this fun hands-on approach covers all spectrums of the pro-life message and offers saintly wisdom from St. John Paul II, Blessed Mother Teresa, and other champions for life.
Fun, faith-filled, and a great gift for any family!
When we produced Crescendo, our goal was to make a film that was a monument to the incomparable dignity of the child in the womb. But what’s more important is communicating the incomparable dignity of the human person to our own children. That is why I feel so blessed to see that our film is a part of the Culture of Life Studies Program and will be teaching children in our country their dignity and their worth.
The Miracle of Life Coloring & Activity Book is a wonderful way to instill a strong and consistent pro-life message into the children of this generation. The life-affirming topics tackled in this book are simple enough for a child to understand, yet profound in their impact! Being pro-life starts at home, and what better way to teach our children the value of life than to sit down and color with them.
Your Life Is Precious unit study beautifully engages the student in drawing out the depths of these delightful books. What begins as an enjoyable read-aloud transforms into an insightful discussion through the medium of step-by-step crafts, which are super cute! The easy-to-follow format is a welcome relief to us busy homeschooling moms.
What a fabulous way to instill the message of the value of each human [being’s] life to children of all ages! This material is professionally and uniquely put together to reach children in ways that are developmentally appropriate and fun at the same time. Beyond using it for our children, we could not pass up the opportunity to purchase a copy to lobby this into our hybrid homeschool and promote this around the archdiocese of Atlanta. There is nothing else like this available. Thank you ALL!
Wowowow!! Well done! This is so exciting! We MUST re-educate our children and free them from the culture of death so pervasive in our world. I will share this with our board of directors, and we’ll be in touch!
It was an honor to see our book (Mother Teresa: A Life of Love by John and Marieta Monette) offered as the lesson text [for the lesson Do Small Things with Great Love: Saint Teresa of Calcutta]. The discussion questions, activities, and other content are solid and inspiring, and the design is very attractive.
I’ve just ordered several copies of Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger? for use on our youth buses travelling to Washington, DC for the March for Life in January. Thank you for creating such a valuable program!
My friend and I lead a homeschool ministry together. This past year, we did a couple of the Culture of Life Studies Program’s lessons for our faith study program. Our group really enjoyed them! We are planning to use All Shapes and Sizes next school year. We love that it is all put together for us and the way the content is presented. It is so full of the Spirit! Also, over the past year I have been receiving CLSP e-mails. I have been so grateful for the Charlie Gard and Alfie Evans discussion questions. We have made them a part of our dinner table conversations, with our high schooler and little one as well!
The Miracle of Life Coloring & Activity Book is a great way to inspire children with something that touches their hearts deeply—the wonder of little babies and their mothers and fathers! The fun pictures inspire the imagination, and the captions will spark a conversation about the uniqueness of each human person in God’s plan for the salvation of the world. Through these simple pages you can make a profound impact in the souls of the children whom God has given you to care for and nurture.
Planned Parenthood began pushing classroom programs in the 1950s. The intent of its hedonistic philosophies is to convince our children to ignore the laws of God and to engage in self-destructive behavior. The Culture of Life Studies Program presents the needed antidote to Planned Parenthood’s programs. These supplements will allow teachers and parents to bring the message of God to our children and permit them to live a life of virtue. The program’s support of marriage and traditional values will provide young people with the foundation they need to recognize and stand up against Planned Parenthood’s lies.
Your Euthanasia: An Introduction was excellent! I can’t express to you enough how much this is needed throughout our entire education system.
As you indicated, so much of what the other side is teaching/promoting is taking hold and impacting our nation (really worldwide) in a profoundly destructive way.
This euthanasia lesson is very well organized and presented. Providing foundational Church documents (i.e., Evangelium Vitae and the Catechism) is a great way to start and equips students with the clearly stated position of the Church. The discussion questions are rigorous, right on point, and challenge the students to understand that deciding when a human [being’s] life begins and ends is God’s purview, not man’s. Well done!
Thank you for creating this important program! We called to order one copy of Life Is Precious and after giving it to a local kindergarten teacher we decided to order two more. The teacher used the fetal development section with her class just before Mother’s Day and was so pleased she wanted to keep it to use again in the future. We look forward to sharing it with more schools in our area!
I received my Culture of Life Studies Program lesson today and I LOVE it. It is so awesome! I’ve moderated a Culture of Life Club for 6th and 7th grade students at our local Catholic grade school for six years now. Last year, I started one for 4th and 5th grades. This book is going to help with the clubs and possibly in starting one for younger students. Thank you so much!
The Life Is Precious study program perfectly complements what is already being taught about life in the home. The spiral binding, colorful pictures, easy-to-follow unit studies, additional hands on/step-by-step craft projects, Baby Steps video, and a most precious little baby toy are welcomed treasures into any home. This product is for the entire family. May our children be equipped with the tools they need to truly transform our culture into a culture of LIFE!
I just took a look at the lesson on Dr. Lejeune! Thank you for including all that is needed to share this amazing pro-life pioneer with my students this coming Fall. . . I thank you again for the good work you are doing and the lessons and materials you are providing for teachers.
The three-part video series entitled Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger? was captivating, visually appealing, and presented the authoritative facts as only [CLSP] can. Margaret Sanger leaves no question in her own writings where she stood—something the videos highlighted so well. Sanger actually condemned herself by leaving behind her notes, letters, and booklets.
Excellent incorporation of direct quotes. Students often prefer not to be “preached to” and to come to their own conclusions. This video provides the data for them to do so. Very empowering and informative. We seldom stop to think of how our society’s current views have been influenced by the past.
These resources present an easy-to-use and integrated approach to teaching the sanctity of life. Students will meet current and past pro-life heroes whose lives exemplify Christ’s commandment to love the least among us. They will learn to appreciate the intrinsic value of every human person and they will be introduced to age-appropriate pro-life philosophy so as they grow they will know how to respond to abortion, euthanasia, and all threats to human dignity. Particularly in October (Respect Life Month) and January (Rally and March for Life Month), diocesan schools will be asked to focus on CLSP resources to enhance their current teaching on the respect for all human beings everywhere.
CLSP on EWTN’s At Home with Jim and Joy
Claire Chretien interviews CLSP Educational Outreach Coordinator, Mary Flores
EWTN on Location at the Catholic Marketing Network Conference
Issues4Life Founder Walter Hoye gives CLSP and Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger? his endorsement
Margaret Sanger’s Dark Legacy
Articles on the Culture of Life Studies Program
Pro-life video series exposes the ‘real Margaret Sanger’
Steve Weatherbe, October 3, 2016
While Margaret Sanger is hailed as a feminist heroine as part of Planned Parenthood’s 100th anniversary celebrations, the American Life League paints a different picture of the abortion provider’s founder in a new video series.
Margaret Sanger Exposed in Groundbreaking Educational Video Series
Rob Gasper, September 27, 2016
Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, American Life League’s Culture of Life Studies Program released its new video series entitled Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger?
American Life League Picks Liguori’s “Mother Teresa: A Life of Love” for K-2 Lesson Plan
September 23, 2016
The Catholic grassroots organization American Life League selected Liguori’s Mother Teresa: A Life of Love by John and Marieta Monette to be the lesson text for “Do Small Things with Great Love: St. Teresa of Calcutta,”
WATCH: New academic program teaches kids to defend life, family amidst hostile culture
Claire Chretien, June 27, 2016
A new academic program that can be integrated into any curriculum teaches students of all ages to understand and defend the sanctity of life, one of the program’s pioneers told LifeSiteNews in an exclusive video interview.
Exposing Sanger in A Powerful New Educational Tool
Rey Flores, June 18, 2016
While everyone in the pro-life movement knows that Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion chain in America, few people outside the movement know the agenda on which it was founded. Beginning on June 20, American Life League’s Culture of Life Studies Program (CLSP) needs our financial help and support.
Check Out Terrific Culture Of Life Studies Program
Rey Flores, March 12, 2016
St. Joseph and the Gift of Fatherhood is the latest offering from the terrific Culture of Life Studies Program, which is a series of life-affirming supplemental lessons for both schoolteachers and home-schooling parents, and which was just endorsed by Raymond Cardinal Burke.
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