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Priests for Life



STATEN ISLAND, NY -- The Priests for Life home page has become Baby Joseph Central.


Those who are following the incredible journey of this little boy from Canada can find out all the latest information by visiting


The plight of the child whose continued care was declared futile by his doctors in London, Ontario, has captured the hearts of Americans and attracted the attention of the media on both sides of the border. The Priests for Life home page has become an aggregator for news about Baby Joseph, who arrived at Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center in St. Louis, Mo., late Sunday night.


The boy's father, Moe Maraachli, has described his son's journey as a miracle -- but prayers are still needed.


Pray for Baby Joseph and his family.


Pray for the physicians at Cardinal Glennon.


Pray that Baby Joseph's story will touch the hearts of millions so that the Culture of Life can prevail over those who argue that a person whose life is deemed inconvenient has no right to life.


Pray as if our lives depend on it: They do. 


Priests for Life is the nation's largest Catholic pro-life organization dedicated to ending abortion and euthanasia. For more information, visit

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