- May 11, 2021
For a variety of reasons, “especially in relation to the political situation” in the United States, the Legionaries of Christ university in Rome will not honor Father Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, said the head of the university’s bioethics faculty.
The Legionaries of Christ university in Rome plans to honor Father Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, with its “A Life for Life” award.
Father Frank Pavone, a long-controversial figure for his unconventional pro-life advocacy, and who recently resigned from a position in the Trump campaign but insists he still backs the president, has said that he is not acting for the Catholic Church in his advocacy for Donald Trump’s reelection.
Amarillo Bishop Patrick J. Zurek has harshly criticized the exploitation of the body of an aborted baby by a pro-Trump activist priest as “against the dignity of human life.” A longstanding pro-lifer says Fr. Frank Pavone’s actions show how the pro-life old guard has lost its way and must be renewed.
After a video of him standing behind an altar with an aborted baby in an effort to support Donald Trump, Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life has come under fire, with one Catholic official in New York saying, “It is hard for me to express in calm, measured terms, the revulsion I feel about this.”
When Pope Francis starts his US road show next month, Catholics to his left and right will all be hoping to pull him a bit closer to their own causes. From the environment to the economy and everything in between, a nod from the pope could do wonders in boosting
A federal court stayed its earlier decision compelling the Little Sisters of the Poor to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s contraception mandate, meaning the group can choose not to comply while waiting on an appeal to the Supreme Court. The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in July that
When it comes to the Obama Administration’s contraception mandate, might the New York-based Priests for Life become the nonprofit equivalent of Hobby Lobby? The group announced Monday that the Supreme Court will meet Sept. 28 to decide whether or not to take up its appeal of a lower court’s decision