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(Des Moines, IA) Iowa Right to Life’s  Robert C. Dopf Annual Celebrate Life Banquet with special guest, Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life, will be held this Saturday, April 26, at 6:30pm, in the Ballroom of the Sheraton West Des Moines Hotel, 1800-50th Street, West Des Moines, Iowa.

Father Pavone is one of the most outspoken, rousing speakers for the life movement in the world.   He was one of the few people, besides the Schindler family, that was allowed in to see Terri Schiavo in her last days.  He was the one who made the shocking observation that the flowers in the room were being watered, while Terri herself died of hunger and thirst.

He is the author of two books, Ending Abortion, Not Just Fighting It, and Pro-life Reflections for Every Day.

Learn more about Father Pavone and Priests for Life.

A few tickets are still available for this event.  To purchase yours, call us toll-free at 877.595.9406 or send an email to iowa@iowaRTL.org.  Cost to attend is $50 a person or $75 per couple.  Event detailshere.  This annual banquet raises awareness and donations for our “When you give, they’ll live” campaign to end abortion in Iowa.

“It is a high honor to have one of the world’s leading voices on the issues of life headlining our annual banquet,” said Jenifer Bowen, Executive Director of Iowa Right to Life. “Father Pavone’s ability to reach powerfully across denominational lines is truly inspiring!  His unparalleled passion and dedication to seeing a culture that fosters and protects all human life for the unborn, the infirm and elderly is certain to make this an event to remember.”

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