The ‘March for the Babies’ Committee cordially invites you to attend the
Inaugural‘March for the Babies’Oration Dinner to be held at the
Sofitel Melbourne On Collins Grand Ballroom
25 Collins Street, Melbourne (Melway Ref 43 K8)
at 7:00pm on Friday 12 October 2012
(eve of March for the Babies 2012)
Oration to be given by
Lord Nicholas Windsor
Including the Official Presentation of the
Apostolic Blessing of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI
$150.00 per person Dress Code: Formal
Please use the Booking Slip provided and return no later than Friday 21 September 2012
Please telephone 0402 686 525 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
"The world doesn’t have a right to abortion" — Lord Nicholas Windsor
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Lord Nicholas Windsor is the youngest child of the Duke and Duchess of Kent, a great-grandson of King George V and first cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth II.
In 2001, Lord Nicholas became the first male blood Royal to convert to Catholicism since Charles II on his deathbed in 1685.
Lord Nicholas has worked for the Refugee Council in London, the De Paul Trust for the Homeless and in a school for autistic children. He was a Visiting Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Centre in Washington DC at the invitation of George Weigel in 2008. He is a Trustee of The Right to Life Charitable Trust, an educational body whose goal is the full protection of the unborn child.
Lord Nicholas wrote for the American journal ‘First Things’ on the subject of abortion, an article which was entered into the United States Congressional Record by Congressman Chris Smith.
In 2011, Lord Nicholas was appointed to the Pontifical Academy for Life. He is co-signatory of the San Jose Articles concerning protection of the unborn child and a recent appointment as Director of the Rome-based Dignitatis Humanae Institute.
Lord Nicholas resides in Rome with his wife Lady Paola and their two sons Albert and Leopold.