Dr. Ray Larry, President
Michelle Gorney, Vice President
Jim Angel, Treasurer
Natalie Barber, Secretary
St. Tammany Right to Life is a non-denominational 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to promoting life. St. Tammany RTL became a chapter of Louisiana Right to Life in 1986 with its primary focus on education and legislation.
St Tammany RTL has been a resource for schools by providing speakers to show the fetal development models (rubber models showing in real scale the development of the fetus in the womb) to elementary and high school youth. Working alongside the Crises Pregnancy Centers and many churches, St. Tammany Right to Life members have given countless Pro Life presentations and worked tirelessly on legislation and ensuring that voters are informed regarding candidates’ positions on life issues.
Four annual events are hosted by St. Tammany Right to Life: Life Chains in East and West St. Tammany, which attract 1000-plus people; the St. Tammany Right to Life Oratory Contest for high school juniors and seniors; March for Life in East St. Tammany; and Pro-Life Youth Scholarship awards for graduating St. Tammany parish seniors. Quarterly meetings are held in February, May, August, and November at different locations in St. Tammany to encourage participation by all members and interested persons passionate about a Pro-Life Louisiana.
The chapter also offers scholarships to PULSE Weekend Immersions and the PULSE Leadership Institute for high school and college students and supports the crisis pregnancy centers.
Please email [email protected] for the next meeting time and place!
It’s easy to become a member. Just download the form by clicking the link below, fill out and mail in. The membership fee is $25 per year.
Scholarship Recipients: St. Tammany Right to Life presented its first pro-life youth scholarships recently to two St. Tammany Parish high school graduates. Joseph Kelley, a recent graduate of Pope John Paul High School, received a $500 scholarship and crystal flame statue as an outstanding pro-life youth leader. Emily Doucet of Covington, a homeschool graduate, received a $250 scholarship and crystal flame statue.
2018 Pro-Life Oratory Contest: St. Tammany RTL held its annual Pro-Life Oratory Contest for high school juniors and seniors Feb. 17 at St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Slidell. Joseph Kelley won the contest and received a $200 prize. Joey Hyde was second and received $100, and Dominick LaLa was third and received $50. Chapter President Carolyn Angel presented the awards.
2018 Pro-Life Walk: About 200 people, including many children, participated in the St. Tammany Right to Life Pro-Life Walk in Slidell on Feb. 18.