Pro-life lineup announced for Reverend Hoye’s January 15 webcast

Webcast will benefit the ministry of the Issues4Life Foundation

Walter Hoye (left) with Archbishop Cordileone. Photo from Oakland Voice

On Monday, January 15, a group of pro-life luminaries will be featured on a webcast highlighting and benefiting the ministry of the Issues4Life Foundation.

The webcast, organized by Rev. Walter Hoye, Founder and President of Oakland’s Issues4Life Foundation, is titled the Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Webcast, honoring the Civil Rights leader who was jailed and eventually slain for his activism.

The webcast speakers include: Dr. Alveda King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, and author, speaker, and former member of the Georgia House of Representatives; Archbishop Salvatore Joseph Cordileone, of the Archdiocese of San Francisco; Abby Johnson, author and President of And Then There Were None; Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests For Life; Father Joseph D. Fessio, S.J., Executive Editor of Ignatius Press and Chaplain of the Walk for Life West Coast; and Bishop Ronnie D. Allen, Ph.D., President of the International Faith Base Coalition. The webcast will be moderated by David Bereit, Former C.E.O. of 40 Days for Life,

From Reverend Hoye’s mission statement: “The Issues4Life Foundation targets and works directly with Black American leaders nationwide to strengthen their stand against abortion on demand. We are committed to protecting both the civil and human rights of the child in the womb by recognizing the inherent dignity and unalienable rights of all members of the human family, so that in law and in practice every life is valued.”

You can log in to the webcast here.  The date is Monday, January 15 at 6:00pm, PST.

You can download the webcast flyer here.

Clockwise from top left: Reverend Walter Hoye, Archbishop Savatore Cordilieon, Father Pivone, Abby Johnson, and Bishop Ronnie D. Allen.

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  1. Hope someone will ask about this ProLife issue:

    [‘Sanctuary State’] “California Now Ranks #1 in the Nation for Highest Poverty Rate” (Census Bureau’s Supplemental Poverty Measure; 1/14/18).

    Is there a moral duty to life to combat poverty? If we act in ways which enhance the poverty of a people, is this moral and just?

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