Why you need to know Fr. Frank Pavone

By Tom Quiner


Like you, I have been the beneficiary of living at the same time as two extraordinary people.

I believe these two people will one day be identified as saints by the Catholic Church. I refer to the Blessed Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

There is a man who walks among us that is not as well-known, but he is doing the work of a Saint right now in our midst. His name is Fr. Frank Pavone. He is the tireless director of Priests for Life. His group is at the forefront of fighting for an end to abortion and euthanasia.

If you read my previous blogpost on the president’s budget, you’ll note that I characterized Rep. Paul Ryan as the most-respected man in America when it comes to the budget. Well, Fr. Pavone may be the most-respected man in American when it comes to Life issues. He devotes his every waking hour to fighting this scourge.

He is fighting the Obama Mandate head on.

Fr. Pavone calls for peaceful civil disobedience.

Whether you’re a Baptist, Lutheran, Evangelical, Muslim, Jew, or Agnostic, you need to know this man and support him. He’s on the front lines of defending the First Amendment.

If you’re a person of faith, pray for Fr. Pavone and Priests for Life. They have powerful enemies. And take a few minutes to watch his video. He is calling us to action.


  1. Alan Sexton on February 19, 2012 at 8:21 am

    Agreed! This man is a humble, yet most effective “good and faithful servant” of the highest order.

    • quinersdiner on February 19, 2012 at 8:32 am

      Thanks for the comment … and for reading.

      • Alan Sexton on February 19, 2012 at 9:32 am

        YW, Tom. I’m enjoying your site, great content.

        • quinersdiner on February 19, 2012 at 9:35 am

          Thanks for the kinds words. I am enjoying your site, too. Come back often!

  2. Theresa Dowd on February 19, 2012 at 8:58 am

    I have met Fr Pavone and he has a gentle strength about him that can only be from the Holy Spirit. Thanks for posting the video.

  3. Lisa Bourne on February 19, 2012 at 9:17 am

    I’ve had the pleasure and honor of meeting Father Pavone in person. May God bless him, and all God’s children, born and unborn.