Wednesday, November 29, 2006

To stem this tide of abortion...

“To stem this tide of abortion will require a series of moral miracles. By definition a moral miracle is a visible effect produced by God which exceeds the native powers of the human will. We may be sure that Christ wants to work this miracle. When He rebuked the disciples, and told them to “let the little children come unto me,” He was speaking to all of us. He wants the children conceived to be born, to reach maturity, and glorify Him by their loving service. But Christ demands that we pray in faith and trust in His divine power to change hearts of stone into hearts of selfless love for the unborn.”
~ Fr. Hardon, S.J., The Pro-Life Movement and the Catholic Church ~

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

As believers, how can we fail...

"As believers, how can we fail to see that abortion, euthanasia and assisted suicide are a terrible rejection of God's gift of life and love? And as believers, how can we fail to feel the duty to surround the sick and those in distress with the warmth of our affection and the support that will help them always to embrace life?"
~ Pope John Paul II ~

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

The results of the 2006 election...

"The results of the 2006 elections make one thing perfectly clear...Our goal is never, and I do mean never, to serve the interests of politics or political parties, but only to serve the babies. We are not looking for an avenue that justifies the 'lesser of two evils.' We are looking for the chance to save every single preborn child without exception."
~ 2006 election: It's the babies, stupid, Commentary by Judie Brown, American Life League ~

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Abortion kills the body...

"Abortion kills the body of the victim and the soul of the killer, but not the soul of the victim. That soul will live forever in God's love, with that degree of happiness which God's love and mercy bestows. The crime of abortion is nearly always a chain sin. A cluster of persons share the guilt: abortionist, assistants, office staff, hospital management, advertisers and responsible politicians - and those who remained passive when they should have spoken or acted or prayed."
~ Contraception Versus Abortion: A Comparison and Some Implications, by Msgr. Vincent Foy, PhD. ~