Missionaries of the Gospel of Life
On December 12, 2005 Bishop John Yanta of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Amarillo, in Texas, United States approved a society of apostolic life that was founded by Fr. Frank Pavone dedicated to the protection of the unborn and most vulnerable in society.
In 2008, it was agreed by Priests for Life and the Diocese of Amarillo that the Missionaries of the Gospel of Life would cease to be a society of apostolic life, but would continue as an association of the faithful.
At times, the profession of some of the over 1000 people currently in formation are received by their local bishop, as was done in the Diocese of Knoxville, TN. 
- "Missionaries of the Gospel of Life Lay Associates".
- "Priests for Life Holds Groundbreaking for New Community of Priests and Laity to End Abortion" (PDF). Priests For Life. August 24, 2006.
- "Storm clouds over Amarillo". Catholic World News. August 18, 2008.
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