Catholic Priest says Fighting Abortion should be the Most Important Issue for Every Christian – Media Freaks Out!

“Stop Killing Unborn Children and Stop Electing People Who Kill These Children”

– Father Frank Pavone


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Father Frank Pavone is an outspoken defender of life whose steadfast support of the pro-life movement has earned him the ire of many liberal baby murder supporters. Leading up to the election Father Pavone made major waves when he decided to speak some controversial truth to Christian voters across the country.

Those of us concerned with protecting human life need remember that pro-abortion presidents have never been disappointed with their nominees to the federal bench.  The election of a president who supports dismembering babies in the womb, without exception, has resulted in Supreme Court justices who agree with him.

It’s not just the Supreme Court where presidential appointments have an impact. 

When President Obama took office in 2009, ten of the 13 federal Circuit Courts of Appeal had a majority of judges appointed by Republican presidents.  Today, that number is almost reversed – nine of the 13 have a majority of Democrat-appointed judges.  In all, President Obama has appointed about 38 percent of all federal judges.

This is crucial.  Federal appeals courts hear about 50,000 cases a year.  The Supreme Court hears around 80.

He went even further on Monday, arguing that no serious pro-life voter should ever vote for a candidate or party that supports abortion.

“The issue is how the abortionists, supported by the Democrats, are treating these babies,” Pavone told LifeNews. “What’s sacrilegious is abortion, and voting for those who support it. It’s time we get our heads screwed on straight about who the bad guys are.”


From Father Pavone’s Facebook Page:

Let this child speak to you about how to vote. Then put the message into practice by spreading the party platform comparison piece at, praying at, and carrying out the other activities discussed at Aslo, see the funerals and burials we have held for the aborted babies who have been entrusted to us — And please note that one of our key priorities is to provide healing and forgiveness after abortion, for parents and the whole family. If you or someone you know needs this help, visit!

After seeing the controversy his comments on Monday stirred up, Father Pavone apologized for the hurt feelings but not for the truth of what he spoke.

Clarification – Apology to my friends, thanks to my supporters, warning to my enemies. Let’s talk to each other in sincerity and openness. This is not about me, but about the abortionists, Clinton, and the Democrats. And see these beautiful services we have had for aborted babies, and baptisms of babies saved from abortion – And please note that one of our key priorities is to provide healing and forgiveness after abortion, for parents and the whole family. If you or someone you know needs this help, visit

Later on Tuesday, Father Pavone sat down with pro-life warrior Alveda King to call on pro-life voters to vote for life.

Abortion is literally a life and death issue. If pro-lifers are right, then abortion is murder. How can anyone who claims to be pro-life vote for a candidate that is pro-abortion? I would tend to agree with Father Pavone – anyone who votes for a pro-abortion candidate or party is not actually pro-life.

Onan Coca

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