NATIONAL BLACK CATHOLIC
APOSTOLATE FOR LIFE
Black Catholic Men’s
The National Black Catholic Apostolate for Life
invites you to attend the
“The First National Black Catholic Men’s Conference”,
October 15-17, 2004.
This historical conference for “Black Catholic Men” is sponsored by: the
National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus and the Bowman Francis Team Ministries.
The conference will be held at the Downtown Marriott Hotel in Memphis, TN.
Bishop J. Terry Steib, SVD, DD is the Bishop of Memphis.
“The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord,
and he delights in his way.”
Psalm 37: 23
The National Black Catholic Apostolate will declare Friday night, October 15th, “Black Catholic Men for Life Night”. That night we will reaffirm that all human life from the moment of conception to its natural end is a gift from God. We will choose life! We will defend life!
At the National Black Catholic Men’s Conference we will commemorate the 9th anniversary of the Historical Million Man March.
NBCAL commends Father Chester P. Smith, SVD and Father Charles Smith, SVD for their leadership and vision in bringing us together as Men of Faith.
To obtain more information on the lst National Black Catholic Men’s Conference we encourage you to visit www.blackcatholicmen.org
See you in Memphis - October 15-17, 2004.
Over 14 million African American babies have been aborted since 1973.
NBCAL Board of Consultants
Bishop J. Terry Steib, SVD, DD, Episcopal Advisor,
Fr. Jim Goode, OFM, Ph.D., President, Dr. Beverly A. Carroll (USCCB: SAAC),
Fr. Anthony Bozeman, (NBCCC), Supreme Lady Mary L. Briers, (KPCLA), Br. Tyrone A. Davis, CFC, (NBCCC),
Ms. Therese Wilson-Favors, NABCA, Sr. Roberta Fulton,SSMN,(NBSC), Deacon Jerry Lett, (NAAACD),
Supreme Knight Arthur McFarland, (KPC), Sr. Claire Napoleon, FMM, (NBSC),
Mrs. M. Annette Turner, (Pres. NABCA), Msgr. Patrick Wells, (NBCCC), Mr. Michael Youngblood, (NAACYMN),
Sr. Donna Banfield, SBS, (Pres. NBSC) Ex-officio, Fr. Chester P. Smith, SVD, (Pres. NBCCC) Ex-officio
National Black Catholic Congress
Ms. Valerie E. Washington, Executive Director
Institute for Black Catholic Studies
Dr. Jamie T. Phelps, OP, Ph.D.