Podcast 322 – An Abortion Facility in South Bend – Get to Know Sherry Brownrigg
Does an abortion facility actually increase the demand?
Who is Sherry Brownrigg?
In this podcast:
Paperwork has been filed for Abortion Clinic that is trying to open in South Bend. We’ll talk about the history of abortions in this area and what we can do about this
Sherry Brownrigg joins us from the South Bend studio to share about her experience with Catholic Radio and we’ll find out why she is so passionate about it
And on day two of Sharathon, we’ll share what today has in store, and invite you to be a part of our mission!
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Catechism Paragraph(s) of the Week:
1936 On coming into the world, man is not equipped with everything he needs for developing his bodily and spiritual life. He needs others. Differences appear tied to age, physical abilities, intellectual or moral aptitudes, the benefits derived from social commerce, and the distribution of wealth. The “talents” are not distributed equally.
1937 These differences belong to God’s plan, who wills that each receive what he needs from others, and that those endowed with particular “talents” share the benefits with those who need them. These differences encourage and often oblige persons to practice generosity, kindness, and sharing of goods; they foster the mutual enrichment of cultures:
I distribute the virtues quite diversely; I do not give all of them to each person, but some to one, some to others. . . . I shall give principally charity to one; justice to another; humility to this one, a living faith to that one. . . . And so I have given many gifts and graces, both spiritual and temporal, with such diversity that I have not given everything to one single person, so that you may be constrained to practice charity towards one another. . . . I have willed that one should need another and that all should be my ministers in distributing the graces and gifts they have received from me.
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