2010 March For Life Announcement –

From John Ritchie…

I am writing to invite you to join TFP Student Action at its upcoming March for Life Student Conference. If you have already responded to my previous invitation, please disregard this reminder.

Pause for a minute: In the U.S. alone, abortion kills 1 child every 20 seconds. In other words, by the time you finish reading my email, 30 innocent lives will be lost — God’s plan for them destroyed forever.

That’s why I am inviting you to join the TFP for the March for Life in Washington, D.C. on January 22, the biggest anti-abortion event of the year.

Special invitation for Catholic men:

From January 22-24, young Catholic men will gather at the TFP headquarters in Pennsylvania to discuss issues that matter most to the future of our nation and the salvation of souls. The retreat-like conference will answer questions that touch your life. It will address the core of the crisis shaking our society, culture, and faith, and outline a plan for effective action.

If you would like to join us for the event, please contact me today.

At this event, you will:

  • Attend powerful presentations
  • Forge new friendships with other college students
  • Meet like-minded Catholics Join the spiritual combat to renew Christian civilization

If you have any questions or would like to receive more information, please contact

Mr. Cesar Franco at 717-225-7147 ext. 255 or email:


I hope to hear from you soon.

With best regards and prayers,

John Ritchie

Tradition Family Property Student Action Director

P.S. — If you are no longer a “young man,” please pray for the success of this student conference. And consider joining our delegation in Washington, D.C. for the annual March for Life on January 22, at noon, on Constitution Avenue. Just look for the tall red banners of the TFP or listen for our marching band (bagpipes included). Watch videos and read about last year’s student conference.

God bless you!

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