Pro-Life Hero, Catholic Convert, Deacon Paul Schenck, to be Ordained to the Priesthood
'The pro-life movement drew me toward reunion with the Catholic Church... I saw that coherent moral theology, Christian unity and spiritual authority were essential to success. I'm blessed beyond expression by this generous and gratuitous privilege of being ordained a priest, an 'alter Christi' [another Christ]'.
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