The Nazis killed 216,400 Jews a year at Auschwitz for the crime of being … a Jew.

By contrast, U.S. abortion mills have killed an average of 1,250,000 babies a year since 1973 for the crime of being … inconvenient.

Americans can’t understand how the German people could have let Auschwitz happen under their noses like that. And yet we allow something worse, and it’s all out in the open.

Fr. William Kosko, pastor at St. Henry Catholic Church in Buckeye, AZ, gave a homily last week that explains how Auschwitz happened.

It’s a barnburner. He begins by saying,

“If you voted for Joe Biden, do not walk out in the middle of this homily. Never put your politics above your faith.”

President Biden is a member of the Catholic family by virtue of his baptism. Fr. Kosko explores the ramifications of Auschwitz, abortion, and apostasy while relating it to baptized Catholics who embrace the Creed, while rejecting Church teachings on life.

He has harsh words for Catholic public officials who speak out in favor of abortion in the public square, and their bishops who haven’t denounced them with any vigor.

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  1. Mary Garcia on February 15, 2021 at 11:38 am

    Fr. Willam,
    Your homily on Auschwitz was brilliant and such a good correlation with the bus issue and how the concentration camps in Auschwitz were able to burn the bodies of our brethren without a fight. Too many people even catholic are fearful of dying. Like my parents always said, Everyone wants to go to heaven but nobody wants to die. So true!

  2. Anne on February 18, 2021 at 4:45 pm

    Auschwitz vs abortion – parallels should not be ignored!

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