Fr. Paul Marx, RIP

The great pro-life warrior Fr. Paul Marx passed away.

May he rest in peace.

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14 Responses to Fr. Paul Marx, RIP

  1. wchoag says:

    Requiesact in pace.

  2. Dr. Eric says:

    May he rest in peace. I pray that The Lord has rewarded him for his work.

  3. New Sister says:

    …and may he pray for us now

  4. KAS says:

    I think when things get bad God takes some of the greatest prayer warriors home to do their thing at the throne of God because we need their prayers more than ever.

    May he rest in God’s peace and pray for us all.

  5. wanda says:

    I pray that Fr. Marx has already heard those beautiful words, “Well done, my good and faithful servant. Now, enter into the joy of your Master’s house.”

    Pray for us, Fr. Marx.

  6. deborah-anne says:

    I will pray for the repose of this dear priest who did so much to promote the sanctity of life.

  7. DetJohn says:

    May he rest in the peace of the Lord, amen.

  8. Random Friar says:

    Rest in peace. May God number him in the Book of the Living, that he may continue interceding for the unborn.

  9. robtbrown says:

    This is one of those situations when I don’t find out that someone was still alive until they die.

    Fr Marx did good work. Requiescat in Pace.

  10. JackG says:

    RIP Fr Marx. A real hero!

  11. Semper Idem says:

    Requiesact.

    We need his prayers.

  12. Padre Steve says:

    Rest in Peace. We could sure use his prayers for our nation and for the unborn today.

  13. irishgirl says:

    Rest in peace, Father Marx-a warrior in the pro-life movement.

    Amen to your last sentence, Padre Steve…I am soooo depressed over the passage of this bill….God help our country….

  14. tewter says:

    My dad knew and loved Father Paul Marx. They were in college together before Father Marx entered the Benedictines in Collegeville. My dad passed away last September. Now Father Paul Marx is gone. It’s hard to lose that generation – the good ones who loved Christ and His Church. RIP Father Marx.