The Cross and the People of Life: The Seven Last Words and a Good Friday Homily

This 2 CD set is Fr. Frank Pavone preaching the Seven Last Words at Holy Apostles Seminary in Cromwell, CT. Weaving the themes of the Passion and the pro-life cause, Fr. Frank gives a Biblically based, stirring call to draw strength from the cross to advance the Gospel of Life. Also includes his homily at the Liturgy of the Passion.

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