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Crisis Pregnancy Support etc

Links to organisations offering crisis pregnancy support and post-abortion support, and further information

Some of the images in the Radiant Light online Art Gallery are about the value of human life from conception until natural death, and the tragedy of abortion. For those who are needing support in a crisis pregnancy or support after an abortion, some of the organisations below may be able to offer help. There are also links to websites with further information. Please note, none of the organisations below have official links with Radiant Light, and they have not endorsed the work of Radiant Light or the content of the Radiant Light website. Radiant Light is not responsible for the content of external links.


LIFE. Includes a helpline: 

Click here

Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative, based in Scotland, offers help for women facing a crisis pregnancy and offers post-abortion support. Includes a helpline:

 Click here

CURA in Ireland, offers support and help to those who are faced with a crisis pregnancy, and offers post-abortion counselling. Includes a helpline: 

Click here

ARCH (Abortion Recovery Care & Helpline) is an organization which offers help for women, men and families to restore their lives and relationships after an abortion experience. Includes a helpline: 

Click here

SPUC (Society for the Protection of Unborn Children:) Click hereSPUC Scotland (Society for the Protection of Unborn Children):Click here ‘Cherishing Life’, a document of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales:

Click here


The Sisters of Life, offering practical assistance and spiritual and emotional support to pregnant women in crisis: 

Click here

The Sisters of Life, web page about hope and healing after abortion: 

Click here

Project Rachel Outreach, a web page about Post Abortion Healing from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops:

Click here

Respect Life Program 2008 - 2009, on the website of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: Click here
Web page about abortion on the website of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: Click here


If you are seeking support in a crisis pregnancy or are seeking post-abortion support, your local Catholic parish church may have further information, or the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of your country.



We are sorry to have to share the news that Elizabeth died on Saturday evening, 10th September. 2016 She died peacefully, in her own room at home, with all her immediate family around her bedside. Some of you will have heard that she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer only three months ago, so the end has come very quickly. It was only six weeks ago that she was on pilgrimage to Lourdes with her family and diocese. In many ways the swiftness has been a mercy, and it’s a consolation for all of us that her suffering is now at an end.

We are especially grateful for these last few days. We have had so much time together as a family – talking, listening, praying – and with the four grandchildren constantly running around. Elizabeth was surrounded by so much love, and she gave us so much love, even in her weakness and vulnerability. She has been looked after by many kind people with such tenderness. She received the last sacraments from Stephen, and we were able to celebrate Mass together in her room just a few hours before she died. She was at peace and longing to meet the Lord.

She will be missed so much, but we are full of such gratitude to God for the gift of her life, and for her faith. She had such a love for Christ, for his Church, and for his Blessed Mother Mary, and this has touched us all.

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers during this illness. Please pray for her and for all those who mourn her now, especially our father Kin. Please pray for the continuing work and mission of Radiant Light, which was so close to her heart. With our best wishes and our prayers for you and your intentions.

Fr Stephen Wang, Chris Wang, Mary Figg



The main FUNERAL SERVICE (a Requiem Mass) is on Thursday 22 September at 11am at the Catholic Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Rothamsted Avenue, Harpenden, Herts AL5 2BY, followed by the burial at Westfield Road Cemetery, Harpenden, Herts AL5 4JT, followed by a reception (venue to be confirmed). Everyone is welcome.

You are also welcome to join us the evening before (Wednesday 21 September) at 7pm at the same church for the RECEPTION OF THE BODY AND VIGIL MASS.

The church is a short walk (8 mins) from Harpenden rail station. For parking: note that after 10.30am you can park on the single yellow lines further up Rothamsted Ave and along Avenue St Nicholas nearby; and there is a public car park on Amenbury Lane 5 mins away.


  • Please bring an alb and a purple chasuble (or stole)


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