As Susan puts it so well, “The decision to have children ceases to be something that people plan for by becoming married. Instead, it is viewed as extraneous to marriage as an institution.”[click to continue...]
Earlier this month I had the privilege of conducting a sidewalk counseling training in Tyler, Texas. The event was very well received, and I am willing to travel to conduct the training elsewhere in the country, for anyone interested.[click to continue...]
They refused to stop to talk to me, but I did manage to point out, “If you are looking for a sign from God you’re not supposed to be here, look! He sent a priest to pray for you.”
They never even went into the building.
Where contraception users seek to have the pleasure of sex without the consequence of any resulting child, IVF seeks to flip that around. It bypasses the need for sexual intimacy and skips straight to playing god by creating, storing, and then implanting human embryos into women. All because society bought the premise that sex and babies can be separated. Lord, have mercy.[click to continue...]
“Certainly, from the moral point of view contraception and abortion are specifically different evils: the former contradicts the full truth of the sexual act as the proper expression of conjugal love, while the latter destroys the life of a human being; the former is opposed to the virtue of chastity in matrimony, the latter is opposed to the virtue of justice and directly violates the divine commandment ‘You shall not kill.’ But despite their differences of nature and moral gravity, contraception and abortion are often closely connected, as fruits of the same tree” (Evangelium Vitae, 13, March 25, 1995, emphasis added).[click to continue...]
Children as young as four (4) years old are being taught about masturbation (by Planned Parenthood). Sixth grade students are being handed condoms by public school employees.
X-rated materials have been shown to middle school students. Sixth graders were given a live demonstration of sexual positions with props. The examples could go on and on.[click to continue...]
Such selfishness would counteract your parental instinct. Forget defending your children from the dangers of the world, like a mama bear. Instead, you would be letting the world get between you and your own baby.
What does that communicate to your other children? That they are expendable. They are alive merely by the luck of being conceived at a different time within your family.
As well, your attitude toward all your children will likely be shifted negatively.[click to continue...]
“So the faithful servant, conscience, always remains with the sinner in the midst of his disorders to show him what he has lost and the state to which his sins have reduced him.”[click to continue...]
In this age, no one can claim to not know what an abortion is. It is the murder of a living human being.
Yet, a great majority of people would just assume forget about it. They will just turn on another basketball game or reality television show, pretending to ignore it.[click to continue...]
Abortion is not a choice which involves only the woman who makes it. It has consequences for the child in her womb–life or death consequences. We must help and defend both the child and the mother. “Nor shall you stand by idly when your neighbor’s life is at stake” (Leviticus 19: 16). Over four thousand tiny lives are at stake this very day because of abortion! Are we really Bible-believing Christians if we remain silent any longer?[click to continue...]
Brett Kavanaugh got into some trouble recently for referring to birth control as an abortifacient. Many were quick to criticize him for his inaccuracies, but was he really that inaccurate? Understanding this issue requires a deeper look at the terminology and science involved.[click to continue...]
Mother calls on all parents to bring their children home. She encourages parents of all education, income, and social levels to homeschool their children. She highlights the common claim that homeschooling isn’t for everybody. She again challenges parents, saying it is not only possible, but necessary, for everyone to homeschool their children. Mother continues, quoting the inside cover of Get Out Now, “Too much is at stake. You don’t get a do-over on childhood.”[click to continue...]