Woman’s New Life Center’s
Annual Fais Do Do 2015

Thank you to all who participated in Fais Do Do 2015.
Information on next year’s event will be coming soon!

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Celebrate Life

It’s time for the most exciting pro-life event of the year, but with a new twist!

Woman’s New Life Center is soaring into a new phase and we are inviting you to climb aboard as Fais Do Do Takes Flight!

  • Date: Friday, November 20th, 2015
  • Time: 7:00PM – 8:00PM Patron Party
    8:00PM – 11:00PM Fais Do Do
  • Location: New Orleans Lakefront Airport, Messina’s at the Terminal
    6001 Stars and Stripes Blvd
    New Orleans, LA

The venue is new too! Join us for a charming evening as we dance the night away and enjoy an exquisite selection of Louisiana cuisine at  the New Orleans Lakefront Airport -Messina’s at the Terminal.

Come out and support Woman’s New Life Center’s mission of building a culture of life and upholding the dignity of the human person. This night to remember will attract more than 400 of the area’s top business, civic and community leaders to join forces and raise funds to save lives. Purchase Reservations Now!

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2015 Honoree: Susan Mire

Woman’s New Life Center is thrilled to announce that this year we are honoring its co-founder, Susan Mire.

Susan Mire was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.  She graduated from the University of New Orleans in 1989 and spent several years teaching elementary school and directing a school choir.  She received her Master’s degree in mental health counseling from Our Lady of Holy Cross College and from there went to work as the director of ACCESS Pregnancy and Referral Centers from 1996-2000.  During this time, working closely with Father Joseph Doyle, SSJ, she brought Project Rachel and Rachel’s Vineyard to the Archdiocese of New Orleans.  In these years she also maintained a private counseling practice at Lighthouse Counseling, Inc.

 Susan founded Woman’s New Life Center in 2001, and was its Executive Director and then CEO until 2011, when she began working exclusively in both the development and communication departments.  In January 2015, Susan’s career and ministry focus shifted to resuming her mental health counseling practice, providing spiritual direction and preparing for further education in psychology and counseling.  She recently completed a Master’s degree in professional writing and is currently involved in professional writing projects for clients. It is with great joy, love and esteem that WNLC honors Susan Mire.



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