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Analyzing the Dobbs Decision: Building a Culture of Life in New Jersey and Beyond Through Education, Unification, and Engagement
On Friday, June 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe in the historic ruling on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization case. The legality of abortion is now a state issue.

Sadly, here in New Jersey, the Dobbs ruling will not limit access to abortions in the state. In fact, over the past few months, pro-abortion advocates have redoubled their efforts to expand access to abortion, virtually making it available for any reason or no reason at all.

In response to the United States Supreme Court ruling, the Catholic Bishops of New Jersey recognize that now is the time for Catholics and people of good will to work together to build a society where every woman has the support and resources she needs to bring her child into this world in love.

To assist individuals with responding to this call, the New Jersey Catholic Conference invites you to participate in our upcoming webinar "Analyzing the Dobbs Decision: Building a Culture of Life in New Jersey" on Thursday July 14, 2022 at 6:30 PM.

The webinar will provide:

• Legal analysis of the Dobbs decision.

• Insights on how establishing a culture of life is much more than simply opposing pro-abortion legislation.

• Tips and suggestions on concrete actionable steps Catholics can take in their communities to help mothers, children, and their families.

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Mr. Paul Linton
Public Interest Attorney @Paul Linton, Attorney at Law
Mr. Linton is an attorney in private practice. He has been professionally engaged in the pro-life movement for thirty-five years, first at Americans United for Life (AUL), a national public interest law firm, where he was General Counsel, then in his own practice. Prior to working for AUL, Mr. Linton served as a law clerk and staff attorney for the Illinois Appellate Court and as an Assistant State’s Attorney for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office (Chicago, Illinois). Mr. Linton received his undergraduate (B.A. Honors) and law (J.D.) degrees from Loyola University of Chicago. Mr. Linton’s talk will provide legal analysis of the United States Supreme Court‘s decision on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization case and how the ruling could impact future legislation at both the state and federal level.
Mr. Charlie Camosy
Professor of Medical Humanities @Creighton University School of Medicine
Mr. Camosy is Professor of Medical Humanities at the Creighton University School of Medicine. In addition, he holds the Monsignor Curran Fellowship in Moral Theology at St. Joseph Seminary in New York. Charlie spent 14 years in Fordham University’s theology department, where he taught since finishing his PhD in theology at Notre Dame in 2008. In addition to advising the Faith Outreach office of the Humane Society of the United States and the pro-life commission of the Archdiocese of New York, Camosy received the 2018 St. Jerome Award for scholarly excellence from the Catholic Library Association. Mr. Camosy will discuss the impact abortion has on individuals and all society. His talk will focus on how those of us in the pro-life movement need to do more than just oppose pro-abortion legislation, but need to proactively support policies that help mothers, children, and families obtain the resources they need to live a flourishing life.
Mrs. Rachel Hendricks
Respect Life Coordinator @Diocese of Trenton
Rachel Hendricks is one of the prominent pro-life leaders in the Diocese of Trenton. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame, Rachel worked for a major pharmaceutical company in the sales and marketing division. Rachel became very active in local parish ministry work, especially in pro-life and family ministry. She has served as president of a regional multi-parish pro-life committee and as the Director of her local Elizabeth Ministry. Rachel was the recipient of the “Champion of Life Award” in 2018 from Mary’s Child Pro-Life Ministry. Mrs. Hendricks will discuss how the Diocese of Trenton Respect Life Ministries is working with parishes and other Catholic organizations to develop and promote programs that assist pregnant and parenting mothers and families with obtaining necessary services and how this service continues after the child’s birth. Rachel will provide tips on how other parish and pro-life groups can mobilize efforts to help moms in need.