Rev. Gerard Wilberforce

Rev. Gerard Wilberforce is a priest from the United Kingdom—and great-great grandson of the abolitionist William Wilberforce. He joined Jonathon to discuss the legacy of his ancestor—and what William Wilberforce would be doing today if he were alive.

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  1. Janine Brill says:

    Hello! I am an eighth grade teacher of United States history in a Catholic school in western Pennsylvania. One of my students has been researching William Wilberforce for her National History Day project. She is currently creating a website, and would like to feature an interview with Fr. Gerard Wilberforce. We would appreciate any information you could give to us regarding Father’s contact information; an email would suffice. We would be most honored to make his acquaintance. Thank you for your consideration. Have a lovely day!

  2. Janine Brill says:

    Hello! I am an eighth grade teacher of United States history in a Catholic school in western Pennsylvania. One of my students has been researching William Wilberforce for her National History Day project. She is currently creating a website, and would like to feature an interview with Fr. Gerard Wilberforce. We would appreciate any information you could give to us regarding Father’s contact information; an email would suffice. We would be most honored to make his acquaintance. Thank you for your consideration. Have a lovely day!

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