National Prayer Service

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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 21 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 Life Issues Institute, and the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates. Fr. Frank Pavone will deliver the sermon. Bishop Joseph Coffey will also speak as will legislators from Texas and Mississippi who will receive pro-life recognition awards for pro-life bills passed in their states. Danielle D’suoza Gill will emcee the event. This service will be a marvelous experience of unity. Please join us. Learn more at National Prayer Service dot com. [Download MP3]

On the morning of the March for Life in Washington, DC, Friday, January 21, Priests for Life and gather with other pro-life groups and leaders for the annual national interdenominational prayer service, honoring the preborn and their mothers and fathers. This service will take place in Constitution Hall. This year we will be presenting a National Pro-life Recognition Award to the legislators and people of Texas and Mississippi who passed historic pro-life legislation in those States. In Texas, the Heartbeat Bill and in Mississippi, the Gestational Age Act. The latter is the law to be reviewed by the Supreme Court this term in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case. Fr. Frank Pavone will deliver the sermon at this interdenominational event. Please come and pray with us! See more details at National Prayer Service dot com. [Download MP3]

Imagine someone saying he will not protect a child because the child is too young. Yet that is what our federal courts have been saying for 50 years about children in the womb. It’s unconstitutional, they say, to protect them before they can live outside the womb. This makes no sense. If a baby can’t survive outside the womb, that’s an argument for keeping the baby in the womb, not for taking him out! The younger someone is, the more protection he or she needs. At the National Prayer Service in Washington DC on the day of the March for Life, I will present a pro-life award to legislators and activists in both Texas and Mississippi whose actions have challenged the Court to reconsider this policy. Please join me in thanking them. Find out more at National Prayer Service dot com. [Download MP3]

Attention all pro-life people of Texas! Your state has invigorated pro-life people all over the country with the Heartbeat law, which, when it went into effect in September, cut the number of Texas abortions in half. Many people worked to get this law passed, and we want to thank them at the National Prayer Service at Constitution Hall in Washington on the morning of the March for Life. Fr. Frank Pavone (I) will lead this annual interdenominational service and present the pro-life recognition award to Senator Bryan Hughes, the bill’s author, John Seago, the legislative director of Texas Right to Life, and Janet Porter, who originated the vision of Heartbeat laws. Come and honor them and all the pro-life people of Texas! At National Prayer Service dot com, you will find more information about this service. [Download MP3]

Attention all pro-life people of Mississippi! Your state has invigorated pro-life people all over the country with your pro-life law designed to protect babies in the womb from 15 weeks of pregnancy. This is the law now being reviewed by the Supreme Court in a case that could reverse Roe v. Wade. Many people worked to get this law passed, and we want to thank them at the National Prayer Service at Constitution Hall in Washington on the morning of the March for Life. Fr. Frank Pavone (I) will lead this annual interdenominational service and present the pro-life recognition award to three Mississippi legislators responsible for this historic “Gestational Age Act.” Come and honor them and all the pro-life people of Mississippi! At National Prayer Service dot com, you will find more information about this service. [Download MP3]

In 2018 the state of Mississippi passed one of the most protective pro-life bills, the Gestational Age Act, protecting babies in the womb starting at 15 weeks gestation. The Courts said it was unconstitutional because the babies were too young; but now the Supreme Court is reconsidering that. Come and honor the legislators and people of Mississippi responsible for that bill. At the National Prayer Service in Washington on the day of the March for Life, Fr. Frank Pavone (I) will present them with the annual Pro-life Recognition Award. We want to fill Constitution Hall with pro-life people from around the country who can express our thanks to Mississippi for igniting a Supreme Court case that could end Roe vs. Wade. Learn more at National Prayer Service dot com and please join us for this historic moment. [Download MP3]

Twelve states have passed pro-life laws that say babies in the womb should be protected as soon as their heartbeat is detected. A heartbeat begins only 21 days after conception. These laws have been blocked by the courts because they say the babies are too young to protect. But in Texas the Heartbeat law did go into effect, because it is enforced not by state officials but by private citizens. This cut the number of abortions in Texas in half. State Senator Bryan Hughes authored this bill, and we invite you to join Priests for Life in honoring him and the pro-life people of Texas on the day of the March for Life in Washington, when we will lead the National Prayer Service in the morning at Constitution Hall. Visit National Prayer Service dot com. [Download MP3]

On Friday, January 21, 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-five years, and takes place in Constitution Hall. This year, we will have four state legislators with us from Texas and Mississippi, which recently passed pro-life laws that have helped our movement advance significantly. Please come so that as many people as possible from all around the country can show them how grateful we are for the progress made by the Heartbeat Law and by the Mississippi law now being reviewed by the Supreme Court. Find out more at National Prayer Service dot com. [Download MP3]


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