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Month: March 2016

Alveda King calls on African-American clergy to stand with Priests for Life at Supreme Court

Alveda King calls on African-American clergy to stand with Priests for Life at Supreme Court

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: March 14, 2016 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 NEW YORK – Evangelist Alveda King, a plaintiff in the Supreme Court case Priests for Life vs. HHS, has called on African-American clergy to stand with her in this crucial battle for religious liberty. Evangelist King is the director of Civil Rights for the Unborn, the African-American Outreach of Priests for Life. Priests for Life, along with its National Director, Father Frank Pavone, and Executive Director, Janet Morana, are…

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I Am Not a Racist Idiot!

I Am Not a Racist Idiot!

THIS IS NOT A POLITICAL ENDORSEMENT! “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.” – ‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭3:5-6‬ ‭KJV‬‬ I have just been called an idiot for viewing and possibly agreeing with this video below. Told I am naive because Trump is a racist. I am not endorsing ANY candidates. Just seeking to enlighten people. There is a lot of stirring up…

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Fr. Pavone Blasts Notre Dame Decision to Honor Vice President Joe Biden

Fr. Pavone Blasts Notre Dame Decision to Honor Vice President Joe Biden

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: March 10, 2016 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 NEW YORK – Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, issued the following statement regarding Notre Dame University’s decision to honor pro-abortion Vice President Joe Biden with the 2016 Laetare Medal, the highest award the university gives to Catholics. “Back in 2009, I was honored to stand with graduating students at Notre Dame who refused to attend their own commencement because pro-abortion President Obama was being honored…

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Evangelist Alveda King announces new “Politics 101 for Values Votes” because Black voices, Black votes Matter – For Life

Evangelist Alveda King announces new “Politics 101 for Values Votes” because Black voices, Black votes Matter – For Life

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 9, 2016 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 Staten Island, NY – Evangelist Alveda King, Director of the now “Civil Rights for the Unborn (CRU), The African American [Anti-Abortion] Outreach for Priests for Life” had this to say about why “so few African Americans and Catholics vote for prolife candidates.” King, the daughter and niece of 20th century civil rights leaders Rev. A. D. King and his brother Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and a civil rights activist…

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Fr. Pavone: Clinton, Sanders out of step with Americans on abortion

Fr. Pavone: Clinton, Sanders out of step with Americans on abortion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: March 8, 2016 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 NEW YORK — Even the Huffington Post expressed dismay that after seven debates, the Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton had not been asked any questions about their extreme views on abortion. A Twitter campaign, #AskAboutAbortion was even started because of the glaring omission on an issue of such importance to so many Americans. Last night, finally, Bret Baier broke the silence on the Fox News Town Hall…

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Fr. Frank Pavone Praises West Virginia Legislature for Protecting Babies from Dismemberment Abortions

Fr. Frank Pavone Praises West Virginia Legislature for Protecting Babies from Dismemberment Abortions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: March 1, 2016 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 NEW YORK – Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, today praised the West Virginia legislature for approving legislation to protect unborn babies from dismemberment abortions. “West Virginia legislators have made their state and the world a less barbaric place with the passage of this measure,” said Fr. Pavone. “For the law to allow, as it currently does, an unborn child of any age to have his…

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