Bishop's Blog / Men's March in Washington, D.C. on June 12

By Joseph Strickland
Tuesday, May 25, 2021

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Catholic Men of the Diocese of Tyler (and the women who love them)

I encourage our faithful men to engage in this important March for Life in every way you can. If you are able to travel to Washington, D.C. and attend the March that would be great. If you aren't able to attend in person I encourage you to join with your brothers in prayerful support.  

I've asked the Knights of Columbus throughtout the Diocese of Tyler to partner with their local priests and promote Rosary Rallies that can occur throughout the diocese while the March is happening in Washington. Let us take up this opportunity to stand for the sanctity of the life of the unborn.  

You can find more information at 

God bless you,

Bishop Joseph Strickland


Contact: Jim Havens, Co-organizer of The

Men’s March, host of The Simple Truth

Phone: 585-690-9998



First National Men’s March to End Abortion on June 12th

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 18 — The first ever National Men’s March to End Abortion will

take place on Saturday, June 12th in Washington, D.C. as men are set to gather outside of the

Washington Surgi-Clinic Abortion Center (2112 F Street NW, 20037) at 11am. The men will then

proceed to march to the White House in the non-violent protest manner of MLK.

Outside the White House, the event will conclude with a rally to call men on to greater

responsibility, including self-professed “devout Catholic” Joe Biden who currently holds the

nation’s highest office while pushing tax payer funded abortion on demand.

Jim Havens, co-organizer and host of The Simple Truth explains, “There is a man connected to

every abortion and men are a big part of the problem. It’s time for all men to take greater

responsibility in becoming a big part of the solution, beginning with those who claim to be men

of faith.”

Fr. Stephen Imbarrato, co-organizer of The Men’s March and co-host of the Friday edition of The

Simple Truth, is calling for June 12th to be just the beginning of a wider men’s movement to end

abortion: “Joe Biden, apostate Catholic, thinks it’s okay to kill babies up to the day of birth.

Men, I want you to go to and sign up, even if you don’t think you can come,

so we can start a contact list right now and start a wave going.”

The Simple Truth is a production of The Station of the Cross and airs M-F at 4pm(ET).


For more information, call Jim Havens at 585-690-9998, or email

Interviews available with Jim and/or Fr. Imbarrato upon request.

Joseph Strickland

Bishop Joseph E. Strickland was named the fourth bishop of Tyler in September of 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI. Prior to being named bishop, he served a number of roles in the diocese, including vicar general, judicial vicar, and pastor of the Cathedral parish. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1985.
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