Here we give you a snapshot of some of what the Priests for Life family of ministries is doing in these days. We thank you for your support and invite you to get to know us better!

Bob Lalonde will be at United Nations for meetings and participating in Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the UN’s December 4 event marking 70th anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Marie Smith and the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues (PNCI) is preparing its latest newsletter highlighting global actions related to a culture of life.

The Travel Department is gearing up for the December’s Pastoral Team Meeting and the March for Life in January!  We are bringing in all of our speakers to Florida for the week for a series of meetings and ironing out our plans for January’s big event!  

The Resource Department is sending out our Christmas shopping bundles so every family can have their orders in time for the Christmas Day. 

Our Gift Entry Department is working on donations from our recent appeals and they are prepping for end of year and the Christmas season.

Bryan Kemper who heads up our Youth Outreach is finalizing plans for the March for Life and Walk for Life coming in January. He has been invited to once again Emcee and speak at the March for Life Youth Rally as well as the Law of Life Summit and has also been invited to table at the Geaux Forth Rally again in 2019.

The Data Department continues to transition our databases to SQL Server.

Theresa Watson and others on staff have been busy decorating the Priests for Life Headquarters for Advent and Christmas. 

The Hospitality Department hosted a staff lunch on Monday to celebrate the beginning of the Advent/Christmas Season and to kick off our decorating. They are also busy planning the menu for our Christmas Volunteer Luncheon to be held on Thursday, December 13, creating the menu of meals for the December Pastoral Team Meeting and planning a February summit meeting of national Pro-Life Leaders at the PFL headquarters.

The Website Department continues to post the latest news on our homepage so be sure to visit every day.

Fr. Frank has launched the Priests for Life 2020 Election campaign, which will be pushing to advance the protection of the unborn by educating voters about how elections from President down to City Council affect this most important and fundamental of all issues.

Evangelist Alveda C. King and Civil Rights for the Unborn (CRU) is networking with National Black Prolife Coalition (NBPC) for year end and New Year strategies for January and Black History month to advance the sanctity of life. She is also working with NBPC on the film project, Abortion in the Black Community and continuing to work on post production of Roe v. Wade the Movie and fundraising for the same.

Fr. Stephen continues to do his Facebook LIVE every morning and is headed to Illinois this weekend to lead an advent pro-life weekend retreat.

Priests for Life is making plans for the 2019 National Prayer Service to be held at Constitution Hall in Washington, DC. Our speakers in 2019 will be Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ, Evangelist Alveda King and Sandra Merritt who went undercover with The Center for Medical Progress to expose Planned Parenthood’s selling of baby body parts. Fr. Frank Pavone will deliver the sermon. Find more information at

Fr. Frank continues to write regular columns for, and to get published in many other outlets.

Priests for Life continues our new “End Abortion” podcast. It contains compelling arguments, testimonies, interviews, pro-life speeches, music, and more. It is hosted by Fr. Frank Pavone but will also include the members of the Priests for Life pastoral team. National pro-life leaders and other guests also will be interviewed. Tune in to the new End Abortion podcast on the following platforms (with many more to come): Itunes; IHeart Radio, Google Podcast; Sound Cloud; Sticher; and TuneIn.

See our media schedule to find out where you can find Priests for Life each week on TV and Radio.

Fr. Frank Pavone and Evangelist Alveda King are working on a new book: Abortion in Black and White.