Entries Tagged ‘Father Frank Pavone’

En route to the International Pro-Life Youth Conference!

Exciting weekend ahead. Am at Chicago’s Midway Airport at the moment, waiting to board a plane to Los Angeles. I’ll be speaking today and tomorrow at the International Pro-Life Youth Conference.

Bishop Zurek ignores plea to let Father Pavone speak at International Pro-Life Youth Conference

No one questions whether Bishop Patrick Zurek had the authority to place Father Frank Pavone on forced hiatus. Good people do question whether the bishop’s decision was warranted. That dispute aside, the bishop certainly must have realized that to abruptly and without warning bar Father Pavone from fulfilling his pro-life speaking obligations for an undefined […]

Scuffle Escalates II: “Free Fr. Pavone!” and planes incoming

I’ve got to move on to other pro-life topics after this post but have several bullets of interest on the Pavone/Zurek scuffle… A “Free Father Frank!” Facebook page has just been launched, not by me, but I have been added as an administrator. With an annual revenue of $10.8 million (2008), Priests for Life brings […]

Scuffle Escalates I: Fr. Pavone looks for new diocesan digs, this is all about Life

The National Catholic Reporter reported yesterday: Father Pavone also told CNS he has already explored the possibility of being incardinated in another diocese so he could resume full-time ministry with Priests for Life as soon as possible. As did Amarillo Globe News :

Bishop’s harsh letter against Fr. Pavone

4:40p: Here is a copy of the response letter Fr. Pavone sent to all U.S. bishops after Bishop Zurek sent his letter (below). Salient points: Bishop Zurek is my Ordinary, but he is not the bishop of Priests for Life. Many of you know our ministry much better than he does…. Beyond annual independent audits, […]

Stanek weekend question: What must come first, defeating abortion on the national level or state level?

Update, 4:42p: Ack, sorry, I accidentally had comments off! Just fixed. 10:33a: Americans United for Life has issued an initial summary of 2011 state legislative actions on the Life issue, current as of July 13. It is impressive! Also, a political insider shared interesting thoughts with me while I was in Washington this week. Quoting:

Pro-life activists: Suffering the consequences; an abnormal life

Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life has an inspiring op ed up at LifeSiteNews.com. The whole thing is good. Hard to excerpt, but I’ll try… [W]hat the pro-life movement needs most [are] people who say, Im willing to suffer the consequences.

(Prolifer)ations 11-23-09

by intern Andy M. Spotlighting important information gleaned from other pro-life blogs… Palin’s profile at ProlifeProfiles.com. The profile is just a full-out attack on Palin and while some points are fairly made, no reference is made to the positive actions she has taken for the good of the pro-life movement….


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