Priests for Life

Monday, December 25, 2006

After reading this great information, it makes me wonder why every Catholic Priest become a member of this orginization. It is open to Diocesan and Relgious Order Priests. No payments necessary, but donations accepted. Every seminarian in the proccess of discerning, should consider this noble association.

WHAT IS PRIESTS FOR LIFE?
Priests for Life is an association of Catholic priests who give special emphasis to promoting and defending the sanctity of human life. A Priest for Life is not asked to leave his diocese, religious order, or specific ministry.

BUT ISN'T EVERY PRIEST "FOR LIFE"?
Yes; in fact, every person is called to stand for life. "Priests for Life" means that being "for life" is ESSENTIAL to the life of EVERY priest. (Just like, while every priest is for Jesus, there is also a Society of Jesus.)

SO WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF PRIESTS FOR LIFE?
Priests for Life brings together and encourages priests to fight the culture of death, particularly abortion and euthanasia.

WHAT SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES DOES PFL HAVE?
1. Priests for Life seeks to link up priests across the country who are actively involved in the pro-life movement;

2. to help all priests speak and act against abortion and euthanasia;

3. to distribute the Priests for Life newsletter, a practical aid for preaching and activity;

4. to provide priests with homilies, bulletin inserts, tapes and other pro-life resources;

5. to provide lay pro-life groups an effective link with the clergy.

6. In some areas, Priests for Life gather in small groups on a regular basis to pray and share ideas on pro-life issues.

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