Life and Family : What really matters?
"The culture of life means respect for nature and protection of God's work of creation. In a special way, it means respect for human life from the first moment of conception until its natural end."
Pope John Paul II, 2003
A Culture of Life respects and cherishes human life at all stages. It supports families, defends the unborn child, cares for the elderly, the sick and the vulnerable, and works towards creating secure and stable societies.
Everyone benefits from a Culture of Life. That's why it's so important that informed views on life, society, and family are heard. When it comes to deciding on crucially important issues, we need to inform and engage as many people as possible so that we can make life-affirming decisions together.
The Life Institute aims to build a Culture of Life. We provide information, undertake research, and produce national campaigns. Above all, we aim to empower and involve the silent majority, and to make their views on life, family and culture heard.