FGGAM Received this new release yesterday! I look forward to watching this movie!


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We are happy to announce that the Roe v. Wade movie will be available for streaming today. You can watch the trailer and pre-order on Itunes right now at www.roevwademovie.com.

This movie has been a long time in the making and the Priests for Life team is proud to have helped create and promote this movie.  It is produced by Nick Loeb and featuring an all-star cast. Evangelist Alveda King, who leads Civil Rights for the Unborn for Priests for Life, is an Executive Producer. Janet Morana and I provided input to the production team. The film shows people how the Roe v. Wade case came about, and how it was manipulated by the pro-abortion forces.

Characters featured in the film who were key players in this battle and who were friends of Priests for Life include Dr. Mildred Jefferson, the first African American woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School who joined the pro-life forces, Dr. Bernard Nathanson, who was an abortionist, and a key player in the strategy that led to Roe vs. Wade and launched the abortion industry in America. He later became pro-life, converted to Catholicism, and became a bioethicist. And of course Norma McCorvey who was ‘Jane Roe’.

I invite you to see our website www.RoevsWade50th.com for more information, resources and books to read to further your knowledge about this case.

Please watch this powerful movie, share it and spread the word. The website www.roevwademovie.com even gives information on how you can host your own screening.

God bless you, and Happy Easter!

Fr. Frank Pavone
National Director, Priests for Life

Priests for Life
PO Box 236695
Cocoa, FL 32923
Phone: 321-500-1000
Toll Free: 888-735-3448
Email: mail@priestsforlife.org

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