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The most intensive focus of Father King's pro-life work was in co-founding University Faculty for Life (UFL) in 1989 and serving as UFL's founding president until 2004.
During a panel discussion at a University Faculty for Life conference in Toronto in the spring of 1998, Suzannne Scorsone, information officer for the Archdiocese of Toronto, departed from her discussion of the need for laws governing reproductive technology in Canada to launch a blistering attack on the pro-life Catholics who had helped bring about defeat of Bill C-43.
The event is sponsored by the GU Knights of Columbus, GU Right to Life and the University Faculty for Life.
The 13th annual meeting of University Faculty for Life (UFL)will be held at Georgetown University from May 30 to June 1.
University Faculty for Life (UFL) is holding its 10th annual meeting at Georgetown University in Washington D.