The man will be sentenced at North Staffordshire Justice Centre in Newcastle-Under-Lyme on 4 October.
Fr. Kiely already announces the inauguration of the next one, which will take place in a church in Worcester, Massachusetts.
The man claimed his preachings to be "thoroughly Biblical and in line with mainstream historic Christian doctrine."
He was accused of causing women “great distress” for his remarks on abortion and buffer zones outside clinics.
The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children is urging the government to not impose this ban
The police were notified, and they will run an investigation.
The man was informed that he was terminated for not complying with the company's instructions.
The Equality Act claiming religious equality does not prevent Christians to face discrimination in their workplace.
She had been arrested for praying near an abortion clinic.