The Supreme Court decision of 1965 may not have been considered in its day a monumental event. However, that did not change the fact that its horrendous decision made a mess of things morally.[click to continue...]
Second, are we really going to stake all our hopes on nine judges? Does our movement depend entirely on the majority vote of nine men and women? I sure hope not. What if we never get nine justices to hear the case and at least five to vote on the side of truth? Do we do nothing in the meantime?[click to continue...]
If you heard this once, you heard it a million times. If only we all increased use of contraception, then we would see the number of abortions decrease.
Does such an argument hold up under scrutiny?
Let us turn to a papal encyclical, written by Pope Saint John Paul II, for some clarity. After all, no one else more famously opposes contraception and abortion as the Catholic Church.[click to continue...]
So long the contraceptive lifestyle is affirmed, abortion will always remain.
You can’t promote a contraceptive mentality and expect abortions someday to cease.
Pro-life community, you are going to have to choose.[click to continue...]
The very fact that she could not legally procure an abortion, and her ability to sign her name to a piece of paper to start her case were all Weddington and Coffee really needed from her. This is what Ms. McCorvey told me.
They had their eyes on a Supreme Court case before they even filed the case locally in Dallas. We all know how it played out, legally.[click to continue...]