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Rev. Martin Fox

Wrong Rev. Martin Fox?

President

National Pro-Life Alliance
4521 Windsor Arms Court
Annandale , Virginia 22003
United States

Company Description: The National Pro-Life Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan coalition of more than 650,000 pro-life Americans united by a single mission: ending the horror of...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts degree , history
    University of Cincinnati
  • Bachelor of Arts degree , history
    Walnut Hills High School
  • master's degrees
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National Pro-Life Alliance President ...
pinionmarc.com [cached]
National Pro-Life Alliance President Martin Fox is pleased with the progress being made towards passing a Life at Conception Act and credits the dedication of NPLA members with the increased Congressional support. "Abortion apologists in Congress can no longer afford to ignore the call to end abortion-on-demand. Members have sent a clear message to self-proclaimed 'pro-life' politicians that we will not be pacified by limited measures to regulate abortion in certain limited circumstances. Now more than ever, these politicians are forced to listen," proclaimed Fox.
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"With 64 original cosponsors on Duncan Hunter's Life at Conception Act right out of the gate, we're on a pace to gain over 100 cosponsors in the current session - a number even the staunchly pro-abortion leadership will ignore at their own peril," warned Fox.
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As Martin Fox pointed out, "since in politics you always get less than what you ask for. NPLA members are doing exactly the right tiling in demanding an end to Roe v. Wide."
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According to Martin Fox. "The impressive number of original cosponsors of H.R. 618 heading into the new Democrat controlled Congress is crucial. With pro-abortion zealots in control of leadership positions in both houses of Congress, we'll need all the support we can get to grab the attention of Nancy Pelosi and company."
That means the importance of grass-roots pressure cannot be overstated. "With many new Democrat members of Congress claiming to be 'pro-life,' we must hold their feet to the fire and demand true pro-life action," said Fox. Fox said the National Pro-Life Alliance and its members will bring maximum pressure to bear on Democrats like Heath Shuler (NC-11).
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"Pro-lifers must now firmly remind them what so many abortion apologists have learned the hard way in past elections - that support for abortion-on-demand or failure to defend human life will not be tolerated," stated Fox. Fox is urging members everywhere to flood Congress with petitions, post cards, letters and phone calls demanding support for H.R. 618.
In the Spring newsletter of the ...
firstprinciplesnh.org, 1 July 2014 [cached]
In the Spring newsletter of the National Pro-Life Alliance President, Martin Fox, the Life at Conception Act has over 160 cosponsors in Congress.
Pinionmarc Faith Matters
www.pinionmarc.com [cached]
National Pro-Life Alliance President Martin Fox is pleased with the progress being made towards passing a Life at Conception Act and credits the dedication of NPLA members with the increased Congressional support. "Abortion apologists in Congress can no longer afford to ignore the call to end abortion-on-demand. Members have sent a clear message to self-proclaimed 'pro-life' politicians that we will not be pacified by limited measures to regulate abortion in certain limited circumstances. Now more than ever, these politicians are forced to listen," proclaimed Fox.
...
"With 64 original cosponsors on Duncan Hunter's Life at Conception Act right out of the gate, we're on a pace to gain over 100 cosponsors in the current session - a number even the staunchly pro-abortion leadership will ignore at their own peril," warned Fox.
...
As Martin Fox pointed out, "since in politics you always get less than what you ask for. NPLA members are doing exactly the right tiling in demanding an end to Roe v. Wide."
...
According to Martin Fox. "The impressive number of original cosponsors of H.R. 618 heading into the new Democrat controlled Congress is crucial. With pro-abortion zealots in control of leadership positions in both houses of Congress, we´ll need all the support we can get to grab the attention of Nancy Pelosi and company."
That means the importance of grass-roots pressure cannot be overstated.
"With many new Democrat members of Congress claiming to be 'pro-life,' we must hold their feet to the fire and demand true pro-life action," said Fox. Fox said the National Pro-Life Alliance and its members will bring maximum pressure to bear on Democrats like Heath Shuler (NC-11).
...
"Pro-lifers must now firmly remind them what so many abortion apologists have learned the hard way in past elections - that support for abortion-on-demand or failure to defend human life will not be tolerated," stated Fox. Fox is urging members everywhere to flood Congress with petitions, post cards, letters and phone calls demanding support for H.R. 618.
Martin Fox, President, ...
www.canadafreepress.com, 29 June 2012 [cached]
Martin Fox, President, National Pro-Life Alliance
Lehman High School - Press Release
www.lehmancatholic.com, 1 Nov 2006 [cached]
Rev. Martin Fox, a native of Cincinnati, was graduated from Walnut Hills High School and the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history.During the 1980's he worked with the Citizens for Community Values which raises awareness about and encourages action to limit pornography and indecency in communities.In 1988 he unsuccessfully sought election to the Ohio House of Representatives.The following year he went to Washington, D.C. to join the staff of the National Right to Work Committee and was active in politics until 1997 when he decided to join the priesthood and returned to Cincinnati to enter Mount St. Mary Seminary.After earning master's degrees in divinity and biblical studies, he was ordained a priest in May 2003.He first served as parochial vicar at St. Albert Parish in Kettering until becoming pastor of St. Boniface Church in Piqua in July 2005.In July, Father Fox will also become pastor of St. Mary Church in Piqua.He serves as president of the National Pro-Life Alliance, is a 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus and 1st degree member of the Knights of St. John.
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