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Proclaiming the Message of Life: Weekly Reflections from the Lectionary

$20 each or get 3 for $50.

Preaching and teaching about the sanctity of life from the pulpit or other catechetical settings can be a challenge- yet essential- undertaking for any pastor, deacon or pro-life advocate. In Proclaiming the Message of Life, Fr. Frank Pavone systematically guides clergy and laity alike through the pro-life themes found in the Sunday readings of all three cycles of the lectionary. He also provides a clear message to all those who are passionate about supporting life at every phase. Drawing from God's Word, he gives rich spiritual sustenance to energize, motivate and encourage you to proclaim the message of life without fear.

We are so grateful to the wonderful people at Servant Books (an imprint of Franciscan Media) for all they have done to make this publication possible!

"Clergy and laity alike are called to root their pro-life commitment in the Word of God. Fr. Pavone's new book gives all of us an effective way to do that, and I recommend it to those in the pulpit and those in the pews as well!" - Bishop Michael Sheridan

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Read a review from the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation.

Read the Catholic Book Blogger Review at Patheos.com


Watch an interview with Fr. Frank about Proclaiming the Message of Life: Weekly Reflections from the Lectionary

Christmas for the Unborn

This Advent and Christmas season, whether you are a preacher or simply a Christian who likes to meditate on the deeper meaning of these special times of year, you will enjoy reading "Christmas for the Unborn.” These reflections look at unborn children, and our duty to protect them from the violence of abortion, through the lens of the various theological, historical and spiritual dimensions of Advent and Christmas.

Tears of the Fisherman

By Kevin Burke, LSW


Tears of the Fisherman will help readers understand the wider impact of abortion on men, their relationships, families, faith and work lives.

Through case studies, personal testimony, and the author’s 20 years of experience in post-abortion counseling, you will encounter men devastated by unwanted abortions, the burden of shame and guilt carried by men who were passive at the time of the abortion decision or pressured their partners to abort, and the impact of abortion among the male prison population.

Chapters of the book explore the impact of abortion on relationships, male celebrity abortion stories, addiction and abortion loss, abortion in the African-American community, a grandfather’s story of family healing, and the recovery experience for men.

If you are a man who is confused about your abortion experience and wonder if the event had any impact on your life – this book is for you.

If you want to reach out as a friend, family member, counselor or minister, Tears of the Fisherman will equip you with sensitivity and understanding to effectively guide men to recovery and peace.

As you encounter the men in Tears of the Fisherman, you will discover that like the Apostle Peter’s painful denial of the Christ, they emerged from their journey of repentance and healing stronger, faith-filled and compassionate men.