Here we give you a snapshot of some of what the Priests for Life family of ministries is doing in these days. We thank you for your support and invite you to get to know us better!

We continue to work hard to mobilize voters for the 2020 elections. We have begun our “MAGA” broadcasts, and are pointing to the continued success of President Trump’s Administration. Read my op-ed about his most recent promise kept: Another Trump promise kept: Getting the government out of the fetal-harvesting business

There has been a lot of pro-life news recently, see our press releases at and read our op-eds at

We are promoting our Father's Day Novena which runs from June 8-16, 2019.

Priests for Life is encouraging schools to include a remembrance of the unborn at their graduation ceremonies. See

CRU is celebrating Juneteenth for Life; and helping to organize a National Day of Mourning Abortion in August.

In honor of the United Nations designated “Global Day of Parents”, on June 11 our International Outreach team will be participating in a Holy See Mission co-sponsored event entitled “Good Parenting Builds Society: The Importance of Motherhood and Fatherhood”.  Next week we will also stand up for life and take part in the United Nations 12th Session of the Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

The Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues published a monthly newsletter.  See the latest here.

Read the most recent Priests for Life Newsletter and Travelogue (Fr. Frank Reports).

Administration is getting ready for our Pastoral Team to arrive the week of June 10.  We have been finalizing meeting agendas, arranging for rides to and from the airport, creating menus and shopping lists and setting up the café to host all our team.

Janet Morana and her co-hosts of The Catholic View for Women just finished taping a brand new season at EWTN. Tune in and spread the word about all of our EWTN shows. See the schedule here to find Priests for Life on EWTN and various radio outlets.

The Media Department is busy keeping track of and responding to abortion laws being passed in the various states – some extend protections to children in the womb and some expand abortion through all nine months of pregnancy. Media is also keeping an eye on several cases that might be granted review in the Supreme Court, and responding to actions in the Senate to confirm President Trump’s nominees to the federal judiciary.

Priests for Life is now selling our youth outreach powerful pro-life t-shirts on our online store at

Priests for Life continues to work on the “Baby Chris” project. See details at

We have been promoting many action alerts which you can find at

The Website Department continues to post the latest news on our homepage so be sure to visit every day.

Priests for Life continues our “End Abortion” podcast. It contains compelling arguments, testimonies, interviews, pro-life speeches, music, and more. It is hosted by Fr. Frank Pavone but will also include the members of the Priests for Life pastoral team. National pro-life leaders and other guests also will be interviewed. Tune in to the new End Abortion podcast on the following platforms (with many more to come): ITunes; IHeart Radio, Google Podcast; Sound Cloud; Sticher; and TuneIn.

Praise for our work

Fr. Wilde, this is Elizabeth the Mormon… I wanted to personally thank you for your brilliance, for your dedication, for your spirituality and how you touched my heart. I will never forget kneeling with my arms folded and my head down as listening to the Ave Maria at the moment when I prayed for an answer. I have a lot of investigation and contemplation to do… Thank you so much once again. – (Elizabeth attended each night of Fr. Denis’ mission presentations at St. George in UT and is looking to become Catholic.)

Janet Morana and Alveda King, We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for blessing us with your presence [in Jamaica] and sharing with us your gifts, talents and your precious time. We hope and pray that abortion will not be legalized here in Jamaica