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!

Fr. Frank has been taking followup action with the other national pro-life leaders who were present for a strategy summit meeting at the Priests for Life headquarters from February 7-10. Various joint projects are being planned, as well as followup meetings so that national pro-life groups can work even more effectively and efficiently together.

Fr. Frank and other administrative leaders at Priests for Life have also been in communication with the White House, on conference calls and visits, regarding the President’s very helpful words and actions advancing the rights of the children in the womb.

After weeks of being on the road for the March for Life, Walk for Life and a Pro-life Leaders meeting, Bryan Kemper is back in the office preparing for spring projects. The Youth Outreach is planning some exciting outreach for this Summer. We will keep you posted as we finalize plans. 

Bob Lalonde who heads up our International Outreach is at the United Nations this week defending the unborn and their mothers at the 57th Session of the Commission for Social Development (CSocD57). The theme this year is Addressing inequalities and challenges to social inclusion through fiscal, wage and social protection policies”.  Our published statement notes that “the groups most in need of social protection span the life cycle, beginning with the child, the disabled and the elderly.” Our full statement can be found here. See photos from the UN here.

Priests for Life is responding vigorously to the abortion expansion laws in NY and elsewhere through broadcasting, social media, action alerts, and exposing these atrocities as part of our efforts to mobilize voters for 2020.

Theresa Burke is heading to Ecuador next week for the Rachel's Vineyard South American leadership conference. With the help of some amazing volunteers, we’ve been able to translate Theresa’s classes into Spanish. The Rachel’s Vineyard team is finalizing/organizing everything here on our end to make sure she has everything she needs!

Evangelist Alveda C. King and Civil Rights for the Unborn (CRU) is CRU is expanding awareness efforts to include voting Prolife.

Our team is preparing a special push this year for the “Day of the Unborn Child,” observed in many countries on March 25th, when God became an unborn child.

The Administrative Assistants team is busy catching up after a very hectic week of Pastoral Team Meetings and Leadership Meetings.

Hospitality is working on putting the café back in order after cooking and serving up to 50 Pro-Life leaders for three days of meals.  Looking forward to next Pastoral Team Meeting in April and planning fresh healthy meals for the team.

The Media Department is keeping up with new laws in various states that would expand abortion access through the ninth month of pregnancy and keeping tabs on the emerging Democratic presidential candidates for 2020.

The travel department is working to finalize all March and April trips and working on invitations for the rest of the year.

Fr. Frank and the whole Pastoral Team continues to publish op-eds in various publications

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

Priests for Life continues our new “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.

See our media schedule to find out where you can find Priests for Life each week on TV and Radio.

Fr. Frank Pavone and Evangelist Alveda King are working on a new book: Abortion in Black and White.