The Catholic Church’s condemnation for abortifacient contraception remains pretty well established. Those running US Catholic hospitals would certainly be aware of the Church’s teaching. So, we can expect all such hospitals to comply and to never dispense the drugs, right? Well, not so much. According to Dr. Chris Kahlenborn, a member of the Catholic Medical […][click to continue...]
As I have written about in the past, any viewing of pornography is both harmful and gravely sinful. Thus, viewing porn does not become harmful and sinful only once a certain threshold of length of time or other measure is reached. Still, some people who view porn do not realize the degree to which they […][click to continue...]
“Her last words were, ‘I forgive Alessandro Serenelli… and I want him with me in heaven forever.’[click to continue...]
The curmudgeon, Dr. Gregory House of House, M.D. once talked one of his patients into an abortion in this wildly popular show.
In 2007 this was the 12th episode in the show’s third season. It was titled, “One Day, One Room.”
The patient this time was a religious, young woman named Eve. She has contracted a sexually transmitted disease after being raped. After House reluctantly agrees to treat her, he learns she is pregnant.[click to continue...]
But I thought I would just let the pro-life community know that Fiorina admits she does not think every unborn human being is worthy of protection.[click to continue...]
“When he finally came to us, everything was worth it. Everything. My cup runneth over.
He’s nine months old now. Babbling and crawling and laughing, flashing his two teeth. He’s the happiest little guy.”[click to continue...]
This is what we have reduced ourselves to as humankind. Through IVF, children are mass produced, treated as commodities to serve the desires of adults.[click to continue...]
For a Lutheran birth control appears to be a tough moral question to navigate. Depending on which Lutheran branch you belong to determines to what degree, if any, birth control must be opposed.
As if God’s opinion on contraception were as arbitrary as some of the nation’s largest Lutheran sects would lead you to believe.[click to continue...]
“Typically, both sides of the debate accept the presumption that women with sexual assault pregnancies [namely rape and incest] would want an abortion and that the abortion would in some way help them to recover from the assault,” explains Dr. David C. Reardon, American Director of the Elliot Institute.[click to continue...]
Of the women who had an abortion that ended their child’s life, nearly 80% of them say the abortion was the wrong solution.
In fact, most of the women report the abortion actually added trauma to the trauma they were already experiencing from their sexual assault.