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2012 Election Videos

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Pro-Life Straight Talk 2:
What Were Catholics Thinking?

Words of Encouragement After the 2012 Elections

Post Election 2012

What Would Mother Teresa Say?

Defending Life - What Difference Does it Make to Have a Pro-Life President?

Pro-Life Straight Talk 1:
Are you hearing this
from the pulpit of your church?

Cardinal Martino on priority of right to life.

Cardinal Burke Says Catholics Cannot Vote for Candidates Who Are Pro-Choice

Cardinal Renato Martino gives us clarity: No Catholic can vote for a candidate or party that contradicts basic moral principles.

Cara a Cara: P. Victor Salomon, director de Apostolado Hispano de Sacerdotes Por la Vida, estará hablando del voto consiente catolico en los Estados Unidos.

Some issues disqualify a political
candidate from consideration.

Elect Public Servants who
Know the Difference

Defending Life - The Catholic Vote: Why it make a difference.

Instructional Video on Voter Guide Distribution Project

Defending Life - Questions you should ask before you cast a vote.

Homily in Ohio for All Saints Day

Homily at the University of Steubenville

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