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August 8, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Priest, professors, and leaders of several pro-life, pro-Christendom organizations are among those who have signed a petition sponsored by the Rome Life Forum asking for the Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

The petition is a response to Cardinal Raymond Burke’s May 19 call to Catholics to work toward this Consecration.  

Sign the petition here

Signers include the following:

Paul Herzog von Oldenburg of Federation Pro Europa Christiana.

Virginia Coda Nunziante of Rome March for Life

Bishop Athanasius Schneider, Auxiliary Bishop of Astana

and

Vice John Batarelo

Fr. Shenan J. Boquet of Human Life International

Georges Buscemi of Campagne Quebec-Vie

Dr. Paul A. Byrne of Life Guardian Foundation

Professor Isobel Camp of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Rome

Fr. Linus F. Clovis of Family Life International (FLI)

Mario Navarro DaCosta of Instituto Plinio Correa de Oliveira

Roberto De Mattei of the Lepanto Foundation

Raymond de Souza of TFP New Zealand

Dr. Xavier Dor

Selina Fang of Society for the Preservation of Unborn Children

Sarah Flood-Beaubrun of CARIFAM

Jean Goyard of Droit de Naitre

Michael Hichborn of the Lepanto Institute

Michelle Kaufman of Family Life International (FLI)

Terrence Kopp of Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute

Gabriele Kuby

Jerzy Kwaśniewski of the Ordo Iuis Institute

Julio Loredo of TFP Italia

Michael Loretz of Family Life International

Dr. Joseph Meaney of Human Life International

Stephane Mercier of Louvain Institut d’Etudes Theologiques

Richard Mileti of Italo Americani per la Vita

Juan Miguel Montes of Tradition, Family, Property

Rev. Doctor Stephen Morgan of the Diocese of Plymouth

Don Wilmer Pavesi of the Lepanto Institute

Juris Rudevskis

Joao Silveria of Senza Pagare

John Smeaton of the Society for the Preservation of Unborn Children (SPUC)

Aleksander Stepkowski of the Institute for Legal Reform

Christine de Vollmer of Provive

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