National Memorial Mass for Terri's Day!
This year's Terri's Day Memorial Mass will be held on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 at the Chapel of the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul located at 18th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.
Terri's Memorial Mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Charles Chaput, Archbishop of the Diocese of Philadelphia, beginning at 5:00 p.m. All are invited to attend.
Following Terri's Memorial Mass, the Life & Hope Network will have its 3rd Annual Life & Hope Award Gala at the Union League of Philadelphia. Glenn Beck will be this years key-note speaker!
We invite educational institutions to help dispel the myths and inaccuracies about Terri's life and death, and to contribute to our society's debate regarding the rights of the disabled by providing accurate, factual information and mature reflection on the ethical demands of caring for the weak and vulnerable.
We invite all people to use the resources on this website and to help us continue to draw good out of the sad and tragic way in which Terri was treated.
Get Involved in Terri's Day!
Use the links below to see how you can get involved in Terri's Day.
Where There’s Life, There’s Hope – Promoting a Culture of Life by embracing the true meaning of compassion by opposing the practice of imposed death.
The mission of the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network is to develop a national network of resources and support for the medically-dependent, persons with disabilities and the incapacitated who are in or potentially facing life-threatening situations.
The Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group dedicated to helping persons with disabilities and the incapacitated who are in or potentially facing life-threatening situations. Incorporated in 2001 to fight for the life of Terri Schindler Schiavo, the focus of Terri’s Life & Hope Network now and in the future is to help others avoid tragedies that reflect what Terri endured.
- Establish the Network as the authoritative, indispensable resource for patients and families facing life-threatening situations.
- Increasing the referral network of professionals and organizations that are dedicated to advocate, protect and provide care for people with cognitive disabilities and their family.
- Partnering with care centers by providing assistance for brain injured individuals and support for their families.
- Establishing Terri Schiavo Neurological Life & Hope Centers to provide care for brain injury survivors and support for their families.