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Sunday, October 2, 2016

Respect Life Sunday (A Voice for Those Who Have No Voice) - Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time (First Sunday of October)

Respect Life Sunday falls on the first Sunday of October.  It also falls shortly after the start of the Fall 40 Days for Life Campaign, a campaign that began in College Station, Texas and today has grown worldwide. 

On this Sunday it is customary for our priests to speak about the reason the Catholic Church continues to respect life and speak out for those who have no voice of their own.  

The following is a sermon, given in 2015, by Msgr E. James Hart, former pastor of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, he is now Chancellor and Moderator if the Curia in North Texas.  The last sermon is from Father James Kubicki, S.J. of the Apostleship of Prayer.  

For those who are looking for a Catholic Voters Guide (this will not tell you who to vote for but will help with discernment) please see the Voters Guide for Serious Catholics.  

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