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The National Black Catholic Apostolate for Life

AND

THE OFFICE OF BLACK MINISTRY ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW YORK

SPONSORS

 BLACK CATHOLICS
HOLD UP LIFE

MARCH AND VIGIL

  Wednesday May 16, 2001

7 :00 PM

Saint Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church

65 west 138th st.

(between 5TH AND Lenox Avenues)

harlem, new york

father Thomas p. tUNNey, c.s.Sp, Pastor

For more information call:

212 281-4931   or   212 594-4108

 

ALL ARE WELCOME!

 

Join US as we MARCH, OFFER PRAYERS AND WITNESS

 THE RESPECT AND DIGNITY FOR ALL LIFE.

 

Join US as we MARCH, OFFER PRAYERS AND WITNESS

 A COMMITMENT TO END ALL forms

Of racism and violence,

INCLUDING THE DEATH PENALTY.
 

The National Black Catholic Apostolate for Life affirms that human life is a unique gift from God.  
All human life is sacred and inviolable.

 Because we believe that every human person is created in the image and likeness of God, we have a mission to defend human life in all its stages and in every condition.

 As Black Catholics we call for the end of the death penalty, because it offers our communities “the tragic illusion that we can defend life by taking life.”


National Black Catholic Apostolate for Life
Father Jim Goode, OFM
Founder & President