Encouragement from a Young Priest for Our Prayerful Presence at Abortion Chambers

 

from Mike McMonagle, President, Pro-Life Coalition of Pennsylvania 

pray to end abortion
Picture were taken when the 40 Days for Life Bus Tour made a vigil stop in front of the Planned Parenthood in Warminster, PA.

Fr. Jason Buck is a young priest from St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish near West Chester, who has participated in pro-life activities in High School, College and as a young adult prior to entering St. Charles Seminary.  Since his 2014 ordination, he has served at St. Andrew Church in Newtown and is currently serving at St. Eleanor Church in Collegeville.

On March 14, 2019, Fr. Jason spoke at a Connect Coffee at the home of Dave and Kim Savage, which was sponsored by the Chester County Pro-Life Coalition, the Montgomery County Pro-Life Coalition, the Pro-Life Educational Foundation and Generation Life.  This Event served to recruit new participants into our area’s pro-life movement.

Fr. Jason’s powerful message addressed several aspects of the pro-life movement and the current crises in the Catholic Church.  As part of this message, he uniquely and cogently expressed the importance of our prayer and sidewalk counseling efforts at abortion chambers.  Fr. Jason said,

“As a priest hearing Confessions, I learned a great deal about extending our Lord’s Love, Mercy and Forgiveness from sidewalk counseling at area abortion facilities.”

Fr. Jason welcomes the dissemination of this message to encourage participation in 40 Days For Life campaigns and ongoing sidewalk counseling at abortion chambers.

Click here to view the Pro-Life Union of Greater Philadelphia’s 40 Days for Life web page  for locations in and around Philadelphia, days and hours to witness, and the contact person’s information to sign up for certain days and times. Visit the official 40 Days for Life website for additional information and resources.

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