DEFENDING LIFE

Fr. Frank Pavone provides an insight look at the scriptural, as well as the medical, psychological and legal aspects of defending life for the benefit of our society.

NEW EPISODES INCLUDE:

Principles of Political Responsibility
Quoting the documents, Pacem in Terris, Evangelium Vitae, Living the Gospel of Life, Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, as well as the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20), Fr. Frank A. Pavone and Janet Morana point out our civic duties with special regard for life issues.


Spirituality of Being Pro-Life, Part One
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. quotes the document Evangelium Vitae to state that we ought to reverence human life as sacred and participate in pro-life activism.

Spirituality of Being Pro-Life, Part Two
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. quotes the Bible (Psalm 8 and Isaiah 58:1) and Pope John Paul II’s book, Crossing the Threshold of Hope, in order to state that human life ought to be upheld and dignity defended as a priceless gifts from God.

Reaching Out by Preaching Out
Hosts Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana welcome Fr. Denis Wilde, O.S.A., Priest Associate of Priests For Life, to discuss his pro-life ministry in America.

Facing Hard Truths
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana air segments of taped interviews with Dr. Philip G. Ney Victoria, renowned Child Psychiatrist and Psychologist from British Columbia, to discuss his research on abortion and the “Hope Alive” training program for pro-life counselors. It is necessary to expose the results of the abortion industry in order to stop the widespread social injustice incurred.

Abortion Isn't Medicine
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana air segments of previously taped interviews with Dr. Philip G. Ney Victoria, renowned Child Psychiatrist and Psychologist from British Columbia, to discuss his research on abortion and the “Hope Alive” training program for pro-life counselors. Abortion is directly opposed to the healing art of medicine.


Abortion and Guilt
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana air segments of previously taped interviews with Dr. Philip G. Ney Victoria, renowned Child Psychiatrist and Psychologist from British Columbia, to discuss his research on abortion and the “Hope Alive” training program for pro-life counselors. Dr. Ney’s book, Deeply Damaged, is discussed, revealing the devastating consequences of procured abortions on women and children.

The Abortion-Child Abuse Connection
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana air segments of previously taped interviews with Dr. Philip G. Ney Victoria, renowned Child Psychiatrist and Psychologist from British Columbia, to discuss his research on abortion and the “Hope Alive” training program for pro-life counselors. The connection is made between the act of abortion and child abuse to the children in the womb and out of the womb.

Abortion Survivor Syndrome
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana air segments of previously taped interviews with Dr. Philip G. Ney Victoria, renowned Child Psychiatrist and Psychologist from British Columbia, to discuss his research on abortion and the “Hope Alive” training program for pro-life counselors. Dr. Ney’s work entitled Abortion Survivors is quoted in order to expose the syndrome incurred by children successfully delivered into this world who feel that they have been spared from violent death in the womb. Deep-seated insecurity exists among the living, especially when fellow family members have been aborted.

Conversation with Naomi King, Part One
Hosts Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana meet for part one of an interview with Naomi Barber King, Widow of slain civil rights activist A.D. Williams King--brother of the late Martin Luther King, Jr. Mrs. King is joined by her daughter, the Rev. Dr. Alveda C. King, Pastoral Associate of Priests for Life. The Kings discuss the civil rights work of their family in America, which has grown to include pro-life ministry.

Principles of Pro-Life Action: Education
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. discusses the USCCB document, The Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities. This plan foresees dialogue and cooperation between the national episcopal conference and priests, deacons, religious, and lay persons, individually and collectively, seeking the collaboration of every Catholic organization in this effort. For Fr. Pavone exposing the injustice on human life is paramount in the education of public opinion.

Principles of Pro-Life Action: Pastoral Care
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. discusses the USCCB document, The Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities: A Campaign in Support of Life, as well as the work of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign and Rachel’s Vineyard.

Principles of Pro-Life Action: Public Policy
Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. discusses the USCCB document, The Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities, showing how everyday citizens may affect public policy in a positive, life-giving way.

Conversation with Naomi King, Part Two
Hosts Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana meet for part two of an interview with Naomi Barber King, Widow of slain civil rights activist A.D. Williams King--brother of the late Martin Luther King, Jr. Mrs. King is joined by her daughter, the Rev. Dr. Alveda C. King, Pastoral Associate of Priests for Life. The Kings discuss the civil rights work of their family in America, which has grown to include pro-life ministry.

 

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