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(LifeSiteNews) – The Silent Children’s Mission (SCM) is a Canada-based organization dedicated to sharing the love of Christ with the poorest of the poor. Through non-profit fundraising, SCM relieves the suffering of those who do not have a voice – especially women and children. 

Tomorrow John-Henry Westen sits down with Francisca (Frankie) Burg-Feret, a Professor of Nursing and the Executive Director of SCM, to learn more about how her organization is dedicated to furthering the pro-life and pro-family mission among the poorest countries and populations in the world. 

Burg-Feret shares incredible stories stemming from her personal experience working for the Silent Children’s Mission including:  

  • participating in service trips to Haiti  
  • leading groups of health-science students to Guatemala 
  • encouraging expectant mothers to choose life 
  • and so much more!  

Viewers will also get a firsthand look at Burg-Feret’s passion for the poor, and learn more about this authentically Catholic and pro-life charity, including: 

  • The moving origin story behind The Silent Children’s Mission 
  • The Christ-like generosity and charity of Dr. Andrew, Joan Simone, and others 
  • The boundless humility and beauty found in selflessly serving the poorest among us 

SCM recalls the words of Christ in Matthew 25:40: “Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.” SCM is building a culture of life with boots-on-the-ground and lifechanging service worldwide. 

Learn more about the Silent Children’s Mission and why all loyal LifeSite readers should tune in to this unforgettable interview with John-Henry Westen and Frankie Burg-Feret. 

TOMORROW NIGHT— 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT only on The John-Henry Westen Show 


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