Apr 23 – Homily – Fr Bonaventure: I Am the Vine

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Homily #080423 ( 11min) Play - In today's Gospel Jesus tells his disciples I am the Vine and you are the branches. He who remains in me will bear much fruit. Listen as Fr. Bonaventure applies this to our modern Christian life.
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  • David says:

    Blessings!! He is Risen!!

    I blog to you on behalf of Fr. Frank Pavone and Priests for Life. Fr. Pavone recently posted two videos on You Tube in which he describes and demonstrates the two most common abortion techniques, using the actual instruments of abortion and the words found in medical textbooks and court testimony.

    You can view these videos at

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us_y9GP_-DA (Dismemberment abortion) and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBOAPleF1t0 (Suction abortion).

    These videos are part of a new project called, “Is This What You Mean?” It aims to educate the public about the nature of abortion and to challenge public officials and candidates who support the legality of abortion to admit what it is. A full description of the project is at http://www.priestsforlife.org/action/abortion-procedure-revealed.htm .

    We are asking blog moderators to post a link or set-up an area on their blog for easy access to view our two You Tube videos.

    As Fr. Pavone has quoted in endless homilies and talks about public servants who are pro-choice, there is a difference between serving the public and killing the public. Abortion has lost its meaning and is just a word to some politicians. In fact, as long as it has been since Jan.22 1973, the public is still not aware of what an abortion is and what it looks like. Again, we urge you to view Fr. Pavone?s demonstrations and forward this to anybody unaware such as parents, pastors, teachers, government officials etc?.

    In Christ,

    David–MEV
    dclark@priestsforlife.org

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