You Still Have Time to Register for This Saturday’s True Freedom Conference

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Generation Life   invites you and the young people in your life to join us for a FREE, galvanizing Pro-Life conference featuring premiere speaker, Christopher West.

This conference will begin with a prayer vigil & rally at the 777 Appletree St. abortion clinic, then confer at Roman Catholic High School’s Howard Center for the Arts.

Date: Saturday, October 26
Time: 8:00am – 12:15pm
Vigil Location: 777 Appletree St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Conference Location: Howard Center for the Arts
1212 Wood St., Philadelphia, PA, 19107

The abortion industry is targeting more and more young people, trapping them in the culture of death.

Encourage young people you know to explore TRUE FREEDOM with these two powerful events. Share this with high school students and young adults in your life!

Christopher West

Join us for witness and prayer, followed by Mass, and a powerful presentation by  Christopher West of the Theology of the Body Institute.

There are several ways to reserve your space for this no-cost event.

Online: Visit
By Phone: Call (215) 393-3610
By Mail: Print and send the form below to Generation Life, 8506 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19136

For more information, please see flyer and registration forms provided below.



Generation Life officially began its outreach to youth with a summer leadership conference at Drexel University during the summer of 2000. At this conference 200 students rallied together to form the first group of Gen Lifers in the Southeastern Pennsylvania area. Based on the success of this conference, the leadership at Generation Life decided that it was necessary to outreach to youth on a more fulltime basis. So in the fall of 2001, following a second successful summer leadership conference at Villanova University, Generation Life began to outreach to area schools (public, private and parochial) with the hiring of a fulltime workforce. Since 2001, Generation Life has invited over 400,000 young people throughout the Philadelphia and tri-state area to embrace the message of saving sex for marriage. For more information on this organization, please visit their website using this link.  



Join Pro-Life Warriors for a Prayer Vigil Outside the Philadelphia’s Women’s Center on Saturday, July 27th

Independence for Unborn

Based on the latest information from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Philadelphia Women’s Center performed 6,437 abortions just in the year 2018. Join our Respect Life Prayer Vigil and Mass to pray for the independence of unborn babies. We must pray and help more mothers and fathers to choose life for the unborn children!

Prayer vigil

After Mass there will be brief presentations, on pro-life evangelism followed by hospitality in the Parish Center.

Please share this event with others, especially those who have experience praying outside an abortion center!



Generation Life Beach Outreach in Wildwood

Every year, crowds of recently graduated high school seniors flock to the Jersey Shore for Senior Week.

And who is there to meet them? GenLife and a team of volunteers to talk about love, life, and chastity.

Youth and young adults are invited to join us in this outreach to our peers.

Visit here for more information: Beach Outreach Sign Up

13th Annual Family Life Educational Foundation Golf Marathon

Family Life Educational Foundation and Generation Life are teeing off (pun intended) for a life-saving cause during the 13th annual Family Life Educational Foundation Golf Marathon.

The event will be held on Monday, July 1st at the very popular White Manor Country Club in Malvern, PA. This course is one of the premier golf courses in the tri-state area and is the perfect venue for this great event.

Schedule of the Day
7:00 am – Sign-In & Registration
7:15 am – Mass & Continental Breakfast
8:15 am – All Day Golfers Start
12:00—1:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 pm – Afternoon Golfers Start
5:30 pm – Picnic Celebration & Skill Awards

Families welcome after 5pm for Dinner

The goal is to help raise $200,000. Your options are:

Marathon Golf
Raise $2,500 and golf the WHOLE DAY!
Recruit friends, family and co-workers
to pledge support for you and join the

Single Round Foursome
Pledge $500 and play 18 holes, or
$2,000 for a foursome with 1:00 pm
tee off


Platinum Event Sponsor—$10,000
– Signs at registration table and meals
– Foursome to play at 1 pm tee off
Gold Event Sponsor—$5,000
– Signs at registration table and meals
– 2 golfers to play at 1 pm tee off
Award Sponsor
$ 2,500
Hole Sponsor Cart Sponsor
$ 1,000 $ 200
Food Sponsor Friend of Life
$500 $ 100


Support a golfer
Your donation will help a golfer reach
his/her goal of $2,500
Support our mission

Our efforts help save women and children from abortion every year in the Philadelphia area.

Make your reservation, donation, or sponsor a golfer here: Golf Outing


Generation Life to Host Screening of Unplanned Movie

*This article was written by Lou Baldwin of It has been republished with his permission.

A new movie called “Unplanned” probably is not going to get much publicity on most news outlets or by reviewers because it is definitely not politically correct. The feature film is about what really happens at an abortion clinic as told by Abby Johnson, a former director of a Planned Parenthood facility in Texas that performed abortions.

(See our movie review of “Unplanned.”)

She was an eight-year employee and proud of what she was doing, helping women who had an inconvenient pregnancy. Planned Parenthood held her in such regard that she earned Employee of the Year.

Then one day, because the staff was short-handed, she was asked to monitor an ultrasound screen while an actual abortion was being performed. Just watching the reality of it — a tiny, living, unborn baby being dismembered and vacuumed out of his or her mother’s womb piece by piece — was an epiphany.

For Johnson it was no longer just a bit of tissue, it was a child who was killed before her very eyes and she was an accessory to the fact.

A few days later she quit her job and before long she joined the pro-life advocates who prayed on a regular basis outside the clinic she formerly ran. That was a decade ago and she has been outspoken in condemning the abortion industry ever since.

“Unplanned” speaks of her journey from death to life and the push back she’s gotten from the abortion industry.

The film’s R rating, which means teens under 17 must be accompanied by an adult, speaks to where Hollywood is on this issue. That might seem strange considering the gore depicted in other movies that typically receive a PG-13 rating.

Although “Unplanned” will have a general release on March 29, it has been making the rounds of pre-release screenings. There will be a special discount price screening at United Artists Riverview Plaza at 1400 S. Columbus Blvd. in Philadelphia on Thursday, March 28 at 7 p.m., sponsored by the Pro-Life Educational Foundation in Lansdale and geared for young adults.

The screening will be followed by a Q & A session and for those who wish, a gathering elsewhere to keep the conversation going.

“It is important because young adults and people everywhere need to see the reality of abortion especially in this climate,” said Katelyn D’Adamo, the assistant director for Generation Life in West Chester. “We have to cut through all the pro-choice rhetoric about reproductive choice and see abortion for what it is. It is very violent.”

D’Adamo said her group was inspired to host “Unplanned” when they were praying in front of before Planned Parenthood’s Surgical Center on Comly Road in Northeast Philadelphia.

“We saw these young women going in carrying life and leaving empty,” she said. “It’s ridiculous that a girl of 15 can procure an abortion but can’t see a film about it.”

One of the things Generation Life does, she said, “is educate our peers on the beauty of chastity. The film is a story of redemption and starting over. We want to get the word out it is not too late to start over.”

Reduced-price tickets for the preview showing of “Unplanned” can be purchased for $8 online at See a list of area theaters showing the film on this website.