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Catholic Connection – Oct 7, 2022 – Hour 2

Fr. John Riccardo talks about abortion extremism on the ballot in Michigan. Doug Keck gives us The Inside Word on special EWTN programming. Bryan Kemper reports on Ohio’s first March for Life and other pro-life/abortion stories.



Segment 1 – Intro and Fr. John Riccardo on the Dangers of Proposal 3 in Michigan & Beyond

Fr. John Riccardo was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Detroit in 1996. He is the Founder and Executive Director of ACTS XXIX, a non-profit apostolate that exists to help get God’s world back by equipping clergy and lay leaders for the apostolic age in which we live. Fr. John served as a parish pastor for 15 years, most recently at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Plymouth, Michigan where he was witness to the power of the Holy Spirit in a way that caught the attention of pastors around the country.



Segment 2 – The Inside Word @ EWTN
Doug Keck is EWTN’s President and Chief Operating Officer. He joins us to share the latest news regarding EWTN’s TV and radio programming.

Doug Keck
President & COO, EWTN

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Segment 3 – Fact Check Friday
This is How You Turn the Tables on a Reporter’s Gotcha Abortion Question


Segment 4 – With Roe gone, Ohio’s first March for Life emphasizes support for pregnant women
“Pro-life advocates held the first Ohio March for Life in Columbus on Wednesday to celebrate the end of the Roe v. Wade decision and to rally support for pro-life laws and pregnant women in need.  “What we saw was just incredible,” Jeanne Mancini, event speaker and president of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund, told CNA Oct. 5. “The Ohio pro-life grassroots are really enthusiastic, very young.”

Bryan Kemper is the founder of Rock for Life, Stand True and the Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity. Bryan is currently the Youth Outreach Director for Priests for Life.


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With Roe gone, Ohio’s first March for Life emphasizes support for pregnant women





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