Father Pavone begins regular slot on Tampa radio show


Priests for Life


Two native New Yorkers are now getting together on the air once a week to talk about their shared passion for the sanctity of all human life.

Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, has just become a regular guest every Thursday on WTIS AM’s “O’Shea Can You See” hosted by Pete O’Shea. The station is at 1110 AM in Tampa, but the good news is, you don’t have to be in the Sunshine State to tune in. Just go to www.WTIS1110.com  and click the Listen Live button.  Father Frank will be on from 6:45 until 7 p.m. Eastern Time, every Thursday.

“Father Frank already has fans here after he celebrated a Mass for Terri Schiavo at St. Patrick’s – my home church,” said O’Shea, a native of Queens and former stand-up comedian who didn’t lose his New York accent when he headed South.  “People are really excited that he’s going to be a regular on the show.”

Father Frank, who hails from Port Chester, N.Y., is happy to have this opportunity to discuss the many projects Priests for Life and its ministries are involved in, and to keep listeners updated on the latest news in the pro-life movement.