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Missionaries of the Gospel of Life Lay Associates
For those who are single or married and want to do pro-life work in the context
of the spirituality of the Missionaries of the Gospel of Life.


Bishops' Endorsements of the Missionaries of the Gospel of Life
Eight PA residents become Missionaries of the Gospel of Life

Do you feel the call, based in faith, to defend the lives of the unborn from the horror of abortion? 

Do you also feel the need for the support of the Church as you seek to respond to the Lord and do this work? 
If so, join the Missionaries of the Gospel of Life Lay Associates! 
The Lay Associates follow a spirituality based on that of Priests for Life, as developed by Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director. 
Along with training priests, Priests for Life trains married and single lay persons all over the nation who want to do their pro-life work as “lay associates” of the ministry.
Use the resources on this website to learn more about the make up of the Lay Association - our activities and spirituality - and join us by filling out the
Signup Form online.  You may also download and print this form in PDF format to mail it in or to distribute it to others.The Vision of Missionaries
of the Gospel of Life

Lay Missionaries Prayer of Consecration

Precious Lord, I consecrate myself to you this day so that I may love you with all my heart, soul, mind and strength and love my neighbor as myself. I promise to live a chaste, obedient, and simple life of faith and to nurture these promises through the spiritual disciplines of prayer, study, community and apostolic witness. I ask all this through Jesus Christ, the Author of Life. Amen!
(by James Pinto, Jr.)

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March 11, 2014 Conference Call

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A New Chapter in the Pro-Life Movement by Fr. Frank Pavone