|[January 22, 2013]
Ave Maria School of Law to Host Law of Life Summit "3"
WASHINGTON --(Business Wire)--
Maria School of Law (AMSL) announced today that pro-life leaders
from around the country will come together with students at the Law
of Life Summit "3" - a pro-life action conference spearheaded by
AMSL graduate Royce Hood. The event will be held on Thursday, January
24, at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., from 11:00 am
to 2:00 pm, in conjunction with the March for Life.
"This year marks the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade with
over 55 million abortions since 1973," said Summit organizer Royce Hood.
"Not only must we change our laws, but we must also change our culture
to defend an honor the sanctity of human life. Over 200 are expected to
attend the Law of Life Summit, a record-breaker for the organization."
Michael Orsi, the Chaplain of Ave Maria School of Law said
that the Law of Life Summit is an opportunity to unite the pro-life
movement. "With the re-election of Barak Obama, the most pro-death
President in our nation's history, the leaders of the Summit realize the
need to promote a forceful and united front to combat the culture of
death. Pro-life leaders from around the country will share their groups'
activities. It is hoped that a common vision will emerge for overturning
the Supreme Court's flawed decision, Roe v. Wade (1973) legalizing
infanticide which is now permitted even during birth itself," Orsi said.
The theme for Summit "3" is "Calling Out the Media", which involves
engaging the media to advance the pro-life movement. The Summit will
also highlight the need for pro-life legislation, make strong appeals
for education on life in our nation's Catholic schools and encourage
peaceful protests. "We are pleased to bring together so many gifted
leaders for this Summit," said Father Orsi.
A live webcast is planned of the event and will be available at https://new.livestream.com/cc2w/lawlife.
For more information, visit lawlife.org
or RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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