February 26, 2009 ( – Priests for Life Canada, established in 1996, has been busy re-organizing since Fr. Tom Lynch came on board as National Director in May of 2008.

In order to better fulfill its main mandate (“Working to Support, Inform, and Empower Catholic Clergy to build a Culture of Life”) the organization has for the past six months been working on developing a new website, which has just been launched. (See:
The new site is professional, user friendly, and provides Culture of Life information on various issues to both clergy and laity.

The content information on the site was provided by Fr. Kevin Belgrave, a member of the Board of Priests for Life Canada. He has covered the various areas of the Culture of Life not only in its entirety, but in a legible and easy-to follow manner.

Under the “facts” section can be found extensive information on everything from abortion, to contraception and sterilization, euthanasia, organ donation and stem cells. The “about” section gives background information about the organization itself.

Priests for Life Canada says the improved site is a new beginning in the electronic era of Priests for Life Canada and will continue to develop over the next few months.

For those who prefer information in French, the Priests for Life Canada new Internet site is now being translated and will be available soon.

To see the website, go to:


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