Being a Pro-Life Catholic: Explained in One Great Homily

It’s been a long time since I have heard a homily like the one I am going to share with you today. After listening to the 22-minute sermon, I said to myself, “wow, what a homily! That was awesome!” I use to say these words quite often when I attended St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church many years ago. Fr. John Ehrich was once assigned to that parish. Great homilies, like this one, were heard on a weekly and daily basis.

I highly encourage you to share this post and/or homily with your Catholic family members and friends. At first, I was going to share the homily on one of my social media sites, but after thinking about it, I knew I had to share it here. It’s a great sermon and all Catholics need to listen to it –

“Don’t Be Afraid of Being an Unapologetic Pro-Life Catholic – 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

In the homily, Fr. John mentions the Founding Fathers of America. If you missed it, I would encourage you to read my blog post from July 4, 2020 titled, Pope Saint John Paul II: The American Experiment.  John Paul II had a great admiration for the Founding Fathers.

I would also encourage you to read another post I wrote recently based on Bishop Thomas J. Olmstead’s document, Catholics in the Public Square.  

Don’t forget to pray daily!

Our Lady of Fatima…Pray for Us

Pope Saint John Paul II…Pray for Us

Fr. John Ehrich, STL was ordained to the priesthood in Diocese of Phoenix in 2000. He currently serves at St Thomas More Catholic Church in Glendale, AZ. His homilies can be heard here.

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