[embed]https://www.sfcatholic.org/Audio/CatholicViews/CatholicViews_2019-04-07.mp3[/embed] We talk with Emily Leedom and Katie Fritz about former abortion worker Abby Johnson's biopic Unplanned. [button-blue url="https://www.sfcatholic.org/Audio/CatholicViews/CatholicViews_2019-04-07.mp3" target="_blank" position="center"]Download[/button-blue]
[embed]https://www.sfcatholic.org/Audio/CatholicViews/CatholicViews_2018-10-28.mp3[/embed] We visit with Eric Gallagher and Emily Leedom about the upcoming March For Life pilgrimage to Washington, DC. [button-blue url="https://www.sfcatholic.org/Audio/CatholicViews/CatholicViews_2018-10-28.mp3" target="_blank" position="center"]Download[/button-blue]
"The month of October is annually observed by the Catholic Church in the United States as Respect Life Month. We are called to cherish, defend, and protect those who are most vulnerable, from the beginning of life to its end, and at every point in between. Yet this year, as we approach Respect Life Sunday on October 7, our hearts are heavy with revelations of how those who should be most trustworthy have not only failed in this regard but have inflicted immense evil. As USCCB President Cardinal Daniel DiNardo expressed, 'the Body of Christ is lacerated.' At such a time as this, we become even more aware of the need for messengers of God's love and instruments of His healing. We realize again, with renewed urgency, our personal call…
A Call to Prayer Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Chair of the Bishops Committee for Prolife Activities continuing the Call to Prayer initiative begun in 2003 by the Bishops of the United States, has announced a weekly call to prayer for the Legal Protection of Human Life. It is to take place for nine Fridays, beginning this Friday, August 3 and continuing until September 28. Participants are asked to pray one Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be, along with fasting if appropriate, for this intention. Additional information can be found at www.usccb.org/pray. Please share this request with the faithful. God bless you.