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Fr. Frank Pavone on Today’s Planned Parenthood Protests

Fr. Frank Pavone on Today’s Planned Parenthood Protests

Fr. Frank Pavone, founder of Priests for Life, which is one of the four national sponsors of the National Day to Protest Planned Parenthood.

Fr. Frank Pavone, founder of Priests for Life, which is one of the four national sponsors of the National Day to Protest Planned Parenthood. Bryan Kemper, Youth Outreach Coordinator for Priests for Life and founder of Troy, OH-based Stand True Prolife Outreach, is one of the leaders of today’s protest in Dayton.

The following guest post is by Fr. Frank Pavone:

Whether with prayer, protests or participation in other pro-life activities, now is the time to translate that sense of outrage into action! See my homily on this below. And Priests for Life is helping to lead the way! On August 22,  we begin a campaign of eight days of fasting and prayer to end the evils of abortion and Planned Parenthood. Prayers for the national, interdenominational effort can be found at

This effort, headed by Priests for Life now has 27 organizations co-sponsoring, with more to come.  They are: Faith and Action; National Pro-life Religious Council; Gospel of Life Ministries; National Clergy Council; National Pro-life Center; Charismatic Episcopal Church for Life; National Institute of Family and Life Advocates; Presbyterians Pro-life; Catholics Called to Witness; Evangelical Church Alliance; Jill Stanek (; Conservative Congregational Christian Conference; Pro-Life Action Ministries;; Life Issues Institute; Americans United for Life;  Day Gardner, National Black Pro-Life Union; Tubman Truth; Hispanics for Life; Justice Foundation; Citizens for a Pro-Life Society; Missouri Blacks for Life; Sidewalk Advocates for Life;; Life Coalition International; American Life League; Lutherans for Life.



Please encourage your pastor to mention this from the pulpit this weekend and during the upcoming week and share this news with all of your own contacts. has five unique prayers to be used on that day and each day through August 29. The prayers, available in English and Spanish, are for people of all faiths.

The prayer campaign begins on a day that will be marked by a coordinated nationwide protest outside Planned Parenthood facilities.

You are encouraged to join a local protest. See

Priests for Life is a co-sponsor of this protest effort and members of our Pastoral Team will be at various protests across the Country.  If you are in the area, please join them.

I will be speaking at the protest in New York City that starts at 9am.
Planned Parenthood – Margaret Sanger Center
26 Bleecker Street
New York, NY
(Between Bway & Bowery on S/E/C of Mott St.)
Find the event on Facebook

Dr Alveda King is helping to organize the protest in Marietta, GA
220 Cobb Parkway North
Marietta, GA 30062
Find the event on Facebook

Fr. Stephen Imbarrato will protest in Albuquerque, NM
Planned Parenthood
701 San Mateo Blvd.
Albuquerque, NM 87108

Bryan Kemper and Stand True are co-sponsoring the protest in Dayton, OH
Planned Parenthood
224 N Wilkinson Street
Dayton OH 45402
Find the event on Facebook

Also, members of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign will be giving their testimonies at various protests across the Country. Please go and support these brave individuals!  Those we know of so far are as follows. Go to for location details for each protest.

Vista, CA
St. Louis, MO
Eugene, OR
Hackensack, NJ
Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Everett, WA
Louisville, KY
Waukesha, WI

Now there is much more where this came from! Stay tuned to for additional action items as the weeks and months go on.

Fr. Frank Pavone is the founder of Priests for Life.

Click here for our latest story on the protests planned for Cincinnati and Dayton.

Click here for our story on the interdenominational prayer campaign.

For more events, see our Events page.

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