Since my sister’s March 31, 2005 death, “Terri’s Day” has been an annual way to honor her memory and use her name to shine a light on our vulnerable brothers and sisters in similar, but less publicly known, situations.
“Terri’s Day” will be commemorated this year on Friday, April 7th on EWTN at 8 AM EST, 12 PM, and 7 PM in an internationally televised mass celebrated by Archbishop Chaput. Additionally, EWTN’s Fr. Mitch Pacwa will be doing a special one-hour program with me where we’ll spotlight the work of the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network over the past year to save lives through our 24/7 Crisis Lifeline.
Will you help me commemorate and share this good news? First, will you pray for Terri, and for me and our work at the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network? Second, will you mark April 7th on your calendar, and be sure to tune in to EWTN and share a link among your family and friends that day? Finally, will you consider continuing your tradition of giving with a generous gift today in honor of Terri’s Day?
Let me tell you what you make possible with a gift: (1) Every dollar supports our 24/7 Crisis Lifeline for patients and families (2) Every gift will be prayerfully recognized at EWTN as part of our “Terri’s Day” along with any special intentions you may have (3) You will be giving in Terri’s name to support the vulnerable today (4) Every gift made through March 31st will be matched by a very generous Pennsylvania supporter. Your gift helps keep my sister’s memory alive and directly saves lives.
I’m personally grateful for your support. With your continued support, I’m confident we can continue to build the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network as symbol of service, mercy, and love.