Priests for Life Speaker Available for Presentations

 

by Fr Denis G Wilde, O.S.A., PhD, Associate Director, Priests for Life, Villanova, PA

Fr Denis G Wilde, O.S.A., PhD
Social justice begins in the womb. As Associate Director of Priests for Life I have offered weekend homilies or parish and school missions in over 800 venues for over 20 years on the most crucial issue facing us today: will we choose life or death to “solve” our problems individually and as a nation? Moses told his people in no uncertain words: choose life that you AND your descendants may live. How clairvoyantly true thousands of years later in America today those words are! Abortion IS about survival – not a selfish choice. And it is about healing and mercy as well.

Invite me through your pastor to come to speak at your parish in the months ahead, most particularly in offering weekend homilies, but in schools and parish and civic meetings too.

This is a critical time and we to need champion those who defend life and expose the fraudulence of those who now not only allow the destruction to continue but indeed want to push infanticide. Friends, brothers and sisters on the Lord, we are made in the Image and Likeness of God, not to be discarded as someone’s “choice.”

Call Priests for Life at 321-500-1000 to arrange my coming to your parish. Or email me directly at frwilde@priestsforlife.org and we’ll get started!

Call now. In the time you take to read this message alone several babies – our future – will have been slaughtered by “Choice.”

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