He thinks the legality of abortion ought to be left up to the individual states. He thinks we should live in a democracy in which each state should determine by popular vote whether it should be legal to murder the unborn.[click to continue...]
Wonderful, Ms. Fisher is now cancer-free, praise God.
Only, the lie is that Planned Parenthood does not treat women for cancer.
Heck, Planned Parenthood doesn’t even do mammograms, despite what Democrat politicians and Planned Parenthood executives falsely claim.[click to continue...]
If you’re unborn and an inconvenience, then you don’t have any “right” to exist any longer. If you’re old and too much of a burden, you become dispensable.
In essence, we live in a culture where certain people can decide certain other people’s lives are expendable.[click to continue...]
This case is about more than just conscientious objection. We are talking about abortifacients here. It is no coincidence that a medical professional’s legal right to conscience rights ended at the door step of abortion.[click to continue...]
Justice Kennedy needs your prayers, folks. All the Supreme Court justices do, but especially this man.
Nominated by President Ronald Regan, Justice Kennedy was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1988. He is the longest-tenured justice remaining on the high court.
Once again, with this vote, Justice Kennedy proved yet again the tremendous power he holds.[click to continue...]
The number of teens having sex fell 10% in two years time, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC).[click to continue...]
1. “THOU SHALL HAVE NO GODS BEFORE ME” (Ex 20:3)
Of all the different Ten Commandments, this one was given first because it remains the most important. Yet, abortion violates this command from God.[click to continue...]
Mifepristone blocks a hormone called progesterone from being produced by a pregnant mother. Without progesterone the pregnancy cannot be sustained and thus the unborn baby is murdered.[click to continue...]
There is a difference between serving the public and killing the public, as Fr. Frank Pavone likes to say. Any politician who thinks murdering children makes for a successful public policy should not be worthy of anyone’s vote. Yet, we see politicians stumping for the “right” to have one’s own child dismembered.[click to continue...]
I remember listening to a sermon from the pastor at our former parish years ago on Respect Life Sunday. Within it, he admitted his reluctance to preach on the topic of abortion or other life issues. He explained he was afraid of unsettling anyone who may be post-abortive (those having participated in an abortion in the past).
His mindset is not uncommon. I have heard anecdotally from other pro-life Catholics this is the excuse they hear priests making all too often.[click to continue...]