Right to Life of Michigan

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Thursday, May 4, 2017

6:30 p.m. strolling supper / cash bar opens
7:30 p.m. program

Edison Boat Club

(on the Detroit Riverfront)
100 Lycaste, Detroit, MI 48214

Reservation Pricing

$480 table of 8
$75 one individual reservation
$65 per reservation when two are made together

Registration is now closed

Special Guest Speaker

Fr. Prentice Tipton, Jr.
Associate Pastor, Our Lady of
Good Counsel in Plymouth, MI

Mistress of Ceremonies
Danielle Brown, Esq.
Michigan Compensation
Appellate Commissioner

For more information, please email
or call (313) 212-1326.

Honorary Committee

Sfg. Bishop and Mrs. D.L. Bradley
Pastor Christopher and Minister Yodit Brooks
Mrs. Sharon Brown
Hon. Karen Fort Hood
John and Mary Lockwood
Deacon Dom Pastore and Teresa Tomeo Pastore
RWFM President Linda Lee Tarver and
    Mr. Clinton Tarver
Alan and Angie Wegienka

Fr. Prentice Tipton, Jr.

“Before I came to faith, I remember when an unmarried, pregnant friend contacted me for advice. She trusted and respected me and asked if abortion was wrong. I was in a moral fog about abortion back then and did not know what to say to her. That conversation has remorsefully haunted me all these years later. It was a case of the blind leading the blind down the wrong path. I wish I would have known then what I know now about abortion.”

Fr. Prentice Tipton, Jr. was ordained a Catholic priest in 2009 for the Diocese of Saginaw, MI. He is currently serving in a temporary assignment as an Associate Pastor at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Plymouth, MI. Fr. Tipton holds a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Michigan. He is also a graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL, as well as St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity on the campus of the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN.

Danielle Brown, Esq.

Commissioner Danielle Brown began speaking about prolife issues and “Theology of the Body” in 2008 with Veritas Detroit and has spoken to several youth groups. In 2013, she and Father Mark Rutherford co-founded the Lansing Chapter of ID9:16, a discipleship ministry for adults in their 20's and 30's. Commissioner Brown currently administers men’s and women’s groups in this chapter.
Commissioner Brown is completing her second term as a gubernatorial-appointed appellate administrative law judge. Over the past several years, she has served as a member of the People of Life Benefit Reception honorary committee. Originally from Troy, she now resides in Lansing, MI.