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1990. All we do in the pro-life movement must be sustained by prayer. That's why a National Interdenominational Prayer Service will be held on the morning of the March for Life, Friday, January 27 in Constitution Hall in Washington DC. We invite you and your groups to come from 8:30 to 10:30am. The Host committee includes Dick Bott of Bott Radio Network, Ernie Ohlhoff of National Right to Life, Brad Mattes of Life Issues Institute, Dr Alveda King of Priests for Life, and Archbishop Craig W. Bates, Patriarch of the International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church. I will deliver the sermon and Pam Tebow, mother of Christian Athlete Tim Tebow will be the special guest speaker . This service will be a marvelous experience of unity. Please join us. Learn more at National Prayer Service dot com. [Download]
1991. All we do in the pro-life movement must be sustained by prayer. That's why a National Interdenominational Prayer Service will be held on the morning of the March for Life, Friday, January 27 in Constitution Hall in Washington DC. We invite you and your groups to come from 8:30 to 10:30am. The co-sponsoring organizations include Catholics Called to Witness, Jubilee Campaign Law of Life Project, Life Issues Institute, National Institute of Family and Life Advocates, Couples for Christ Foundation for Family and Life and the BLD Covenant Community. I will deliver the sermon and Pam Tebow, mother of Christian Athlete Tim Tebow will be the special guest speaker . This service will be a marvelous experience of unity. Please join us. Learn more at National Prayer Service dot com. [Download]
1983. On January 27, the day of the March for Life in Washington DC, various religious groups including Priests for Life will gather for the annual national interdenominational prayer service, honoring the preborn and their mothers and fathers. This service, which starts with a Mass, has been held for over twenty-four years, and takes place in Constitution Hall. This year we will welcome Pam Tebow as our special guest speaker and award recipient. We will also have singer Tony Melendez, who became famous when he played the guitar with his feet on the occasion of the visit of Pope John Paul II to the United States. Ryan Bomberger of the Radiance Foundation will also share an inspiring song. See more details at National Prayer Service dot com. [Download]
1999. January marks the completion of 45 years since Roe v Wade legalized abortion in America. It is time for an outpouring of prayer as never before. That is why Priests for Life is organizing, along with other groups, the official interdenominational pro-life prayer service for this occasion. It will be held in Washington DC on Friday, January 19, the day of the March for Life. Please come. It will take place in DAR Constitution Hall from 8:30 to 10:30 AM. Clergy and pro-life leaders from across the country will lead it. Those organizing busses to Washington can bring their entire group; there will be plenty of room! Media coverage is expected, and it is a great chance to witness to the world! Visit priests for life dot org for details. [Download]
2001. As our nation approaches the anniversary of Roe v Wade, the premier prayer event marking this occasion will occur in Washington DC on January 19. Organized by Priests for Life and several other leading groups, this service will feature top leaders of many Christian denominations. It will occur in D-A-R Constitution Hall from 8:30 to 10:30am. Mass will be available at 7:30, prior to the service, and there will be time to get to the March for Life afterwards. Admission is free and large groups are welcome. Fr. Frank Pavone will deliver the sermon. Let's have a massive turnout that will send a message to the nation: It's time to turn to God to end child killing in America! Visit National Prayer service dot com for details. [Download]
2000. Clergy and laity from many Christian denominations will gather for the National Prayer Service marking the anniversary of Roe v Wade. Held on the morning of January 19 at Constitution Hall in Washington, this service is an example of what St Pope John Paul the Second wrote in The Gospel of Life when he said that the pro-life effort is, quote, "a valuable and fruitful area for positive cooperation with our brothers and sisters of other Churches and ecclesial communities… No single person or group has a monopoly on the defense and promotion of life. These are everyone's task and responsibility." End quote. Join us on January 19. All groups are welcome; no tickets or fees are required. We will also bestow a national pro-life award. Find more details at National Prayer Service dot com. [Download]
1987. May we extend to you a personal invitation to join us for the Annual March for Life in Washington DC on January 27. On the morning of the March, there will be an interdenominational gathering in Constitution Hall at 8:30am with a pro-life award given to Pam Tebow. This is the premier indoor pro-life event on that day. Admission is free. Then, as the Marchers reach the Supreme Court, we will be gathered with the women and men of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign. Those hurt by abortion will share their testimonies. Please come to show them your spiritual support and gratitude for exposing the damage abortion does. Let’s match their courage with ours in spreading their stories. You can get more information about both events by visiting priestsforlife.org. [Download]