Saturday, January 17, 2015

Hear Father Pavone Preach on the Morning of the March for Life!

From Priests for Life

Please take a moment and watch the clip below before doing anything else. It just takes a couple of minutes!


Now wouldn't you want to start your day with a rousing time of prayer and praise like that?

Well, you can. What you saw was from the interdenominational National Prayer Service held on the morning of the March for Life!

And I would like you to join me for this year's service, if you can come to Washington, on Thursday morning, January 22, at Constitution Hall, from 8:30 to 10:30am. (I will offer a mass there at 7:30).

For over 20 years, I have been privileged to work with my colleagues Rev. Rob Schenck and Fr. Paul Schenck and others to organize this annual event of prayer that brings together clergy and believers from dozens of denominations.

It is called the Annual Memorial for the Preborn and Their Mothers and Fathers. We all stand together and express our solidarity with the children in the womb who are threatened by abortion and with the families so wounded by abortion.

By joining us and bringing your family and groups and parishes and schools, not only will you have an intense experience of prayer and Christian Unity, but it will be an educational experience unlike anything you can have very often. When would so many clergy of so many denominations be together, united in a firm purpose of changing our nation's policy on such a fundamental issue?

So please come, and even if you yourself are not able to be in Washington DC, please spread the word about this on your social media, emails, and in any other way you can. The details, including social media links, are at

Let's fill Constitution Hall, and show our nation that we all stand together for life!

By the way, I also invite you to connect with me at our prayer vigil at Planned Parenthood, and at the Supreme Court for our Silent No More gathering! See details of what we're doing next week in Washington -- and also at the West Coast Walk for Life --

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