I am grateful to the Marquette Diocese Director of Communications for circulating the following information received from EWTN:
In the above-mentioned inteview Cardinal designate Burke spoke about the scandal caused by Catholics who promote abortion as a supposed good or who vote for pro-abortion political candidates. He said:This Weekend on EWTNDon’t Miss Cardinal-designate Raymond Burke DiscussingThe Importance Of Voting According to Catholic Moral Principles
Irondale, AL (EWTN) – This weekend only, Cardinal-designate Raymond Burke, prefect of the Vatican’s Apostolic Signatura, will appear on EWTN to discuss the importance of selecting candidates using Catholic moral principles to advance a culture of life.
This program will feature the complete interview that everyone is talking about as conducted by Thomas McKenna, founder and president of Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
The program will air on EWTN Television at
and on the EWTN Radio Network at
- 9 p.m. ET, Fri. Oct. 29
- 6:30 a.m. ET, Sat., Oct. 30
- 5:30 p.m. ET, Sun., Oct. 31
This may be the most important program Catholics will see prior to the Nov. 2 election. Instead of a Halloween party this weekend, why not gather your friends and family around the TV or radio for this important program and have an Election Eve party?
- 9 a.m. ET and 8 p.m. ET, Sat., Oct. 30
- 11 a.m. ET, and 6:30 p.m. ET, Sun., Oct. 31.
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You can never vote for someone who favors absolutely the right to choice of a woman to destroy a human life in her womb or the right to a procured abortion.
Consider those smallest brothers and sisters of ours ... and do what's right for them.Part 1 of the interview:
The full interview can be watched at CatholicAction.org.