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Catholic Connection – Jan 19, 2021 – Hour 2

Illinois Bishop Paprocki reflects on the recent violent Capitol lockdown. Dr. Joe Pojman tells us about the 2021 Texas Rally for Life. Janet Morana on the late Joe Scheidler.

Segment 1 – Intro and News

Segment 2-3 – Bishop Paprocki Reflects on the Recent Violent Capitol Lockdown
The bishop of Springfield, Ill. considers the recent riots at the US Capitol posing critical questions that every Catholic should reflect upon during this crucial time.

Bishop Thomas John Paprocki was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1978. He has served on the USCCB Administrative Committee and the Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty. In addition to English, he speaks Polish, Spanish and Italian, and he reads Latin. On June 22, 2010, Bishop Paprocki was installed the ninth Bishop of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois.

Bishop Paprocki Reflects on the Recent Violent Capitol Lockdown

Segments 4 – 2021 Texas Rally for Life

“Join with thousands of others from across the state for the 2021 Texas Rally for Life — as part of the Life Caravan around the Texas Capitol in Austin and/or via the Livestream — to memorialize the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s tragic Roe v. Wade decision that imposed legalized abortion on Texas and the entire nation throughout all nine months of pregnancy … and to help turn the tide against this injustice.”

Joe Pojman, Ph.D., is the founder and executive director of the Texas Alliance for Life, a nonpartisan, nonsectarian, pro-life organization whose goals are to protect innocent human life from conception through natural death using peaceful, legal means.

2021 Texas Rally for Life

Segment 5 – Joseph Scheidler 1927-2021

Janet Morana comments on the life of the late pro-life warrior Joseph Scheidler.

Janet Morana serves as the Executive Director of Priests for Life and the Co-Founder of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, the world’s largest mobilization of women and men who have lost children to abortion.

Pro-Life Leader Joe Scheidler Dies on MLK Day, Family Says its ‘Fitting’

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