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John Paul II’s magnificent Encyclical on the sacredness of human life - Evangelium Vitae - The Gospel of Life - was released in Rome 25 years ago, on the Feast of the Annunciation, March 25, 1995.
The Holy Father makes “a precise and vigorous reaffirmation of the value of human life and its inviolability,” and gives clear reasons why abortion and euthanasia are preeminent moral emergencies of our time.
Fr. Frank Pavone as Pastoral Director of Rachel’s Vineyard and the Silent No More Awareness Campaign has composed this prayer booklet based on the truth that are all wounded by abortion, whether we realize it or not (see AbortionShockwaves.com).
The prayers are for those praying for the wounded and for the wounded praying for themselves. Prayer is not a substitute for the hard work of grieving and reconciliation, but is a necessary help to that process.
Every abortion is morally unacceptable, and every baby is equally deserving of protection. Priests for Life has long been convinced that in moving the American public and policy away from abortion, we start by talking about what is most obvious -- and most upsetting -- and then move on to what is less obvious. And what is most obvious to most people is that late term abortion is evil. This brochure describes the current debate and what we can do about it.
The Way of the Cross for Families is a collaborative effort of Priests for Life and the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for the Family. This is a special gift and blessing for families, because there is a deep connection between the mysteries of Our Lord’s Passion and the mystery of the family. This booklet is 55 pages and includes colorful illustrations.
A Comparison of the Republican and Democratic Platforms. A non-partisan guide on 12 issues of concern to the electorate.
100 copies for $20
500 copies for $100
1000 Copies for $175
*Will be shipped Priority Mail*
This is the short brochure version of Fr. Pavone's well-known longer booklet by the same name. It explains the Catholic citizen’s moral obligation to vote and take an active role in the nation's political process. It does not endorse any particular candidate or political party. It stresses the fundamental importance of the right to life, and guides us on how to properly assess candidates, issues, and parties, keeping our loyalty firmly rooted in Christ. Product #3469. Suggested Donation: $.20 each or 100 for $20.00.
I gave [this] to my husband to read ...he said, "You know, that article about voting your conscience really changed the way I voted today." Julia, GA
If you've ever written to a pro-abortion politician about the right to life, you've probably received a form letter that utilizes one of the several worn-out arguments. This brochure reviews how to answer them.
Read the text of this brochure.
"Thanks for your [brochure] "Answering Pro-abortion Politicians." It will be a big help in my work." -- Fr. Daniel, OK
This popular little prayer book has been revised and expanded to include
additional prayers from Fr. Frank Pavone to enrich your private and public
prayer to bring about a culture of life. This little treasury of prayer now
includes your favorite novenas, found at PrayerCampaign.org, post-abortion
healing prayers and more. 58 pages - Item # 125 -
At Eucharistic Adoration, I use "In the Palm of His Hand," and am so grateful to have this volume. -- Ada F.
Thank you for your longstanding witness to life and especially for your Booklet: "In the Palm of His Hand." While praying with this booklet many times during exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in our parish, Holy Spirit moved me to a much deeper awareness of life within me. – Carol, Gignac, CT.
On Saturday mornings, a group of college and theology seminarians pray the rosary at a local abortion clinic. We read the rosary pro-life meditations within the booklet for before each of the decades. It is my intention to get a copy of the booklets you sent to each of our college and theology students here this year. In this way, I hope we can encourage greater participation through prayer and action in defense of God’s gift of life. Hopefully, the men will carry this concern with them as they continue on their vocations, either as a priest or in service amongst the church laity. -- Jim, Seminarian