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Catholic Connection – Oct 26, 2022 – Hour 1

Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron speaks out on the evils of Prop 3. Dr. John Bruchalski shares his conversion from abortion to life-affirming medicine.


Segment 1 – Intro and News


Segment 2 – Archbishop Vigneron calls for ‘culture of life’ and the rejection of Proposal 3
“The archbishop gave praise to God for the triumph of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision, which overturned the longstanding Roe v. Wade ruling that made abortion legal nationwide. However, Archbishop Vigneron said, there is a new challenge facing the gospel of life — Proposal 3, which will be on the Michigan ballot Nov. 8.”  (Originally aired October 6, 2022)

Archbishop Allen Vigneron – Appointed by Pope Benedict XVI, the Most Rev. Allen H. Vigneron was named archbishop of the Detroit Archdiocese on Jan. 5, 2009, succeeding Cardinal Adam Maida. Archbishop Vigneron served as rector-president of Sacred Heart Major Seminary from 1994–2003. He had studied for the priesthood there, returned in later years to teach philosophy and returned yet again as a dean. A native of Mt. Clemens, the archbishop was ordained as a priest of the Detroit Archdiocese in 1975.

On Respect Life Sunday, archbishop calls for ‘culture of life,’ rejection of Proposal 3

Segment 3 & 4 – Two Patients: My Conversion from Abortion to Life-Affirming Medicine

“Two Patients is the story of how a physician who practiced abortion came to question the medical status quo and to pioneer an approach to reproductive medicine that respects female fertility, honors the dignity of unborn children, and offers care to patients regardless of their financial situation. Such health care, writes Dr. John Bruchalski, is merciful medicine, and his memoir gives a glimpse of just how merciful the relationship between a doctor and his two patients—mother and child—can be.”  (Originally aired October 10, 2022)

John Bruchalski, M.D., earned his medical degree from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine in 1987. He completed his OB/GYN residency at Eastern Virginia Medical Center and the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1991. He received board certification in 1993. He is the Founder and President of Divine Mercy Care and the Founder of Tepeyac OB/GYN in Fairfax, Virginia.


The book: Two Patients: My Conversion from Abortion to Life-Affirming Medicine






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