Tag: Abortion

What I Have Done and What I Have Failed to Do

“I have been all things unholy. If God can work through me, He can work through anyone.” -St Francis of Assisi I likely cannot speak in any detail about why I grew up pro-choice without engaging in detraction, so I will leave it at this: I was pro...

Michigan’s Deadly Duo

The abortion referendum, Proposition 3, in Michigan is officially called “Reproductive Freedom for All.” Like so many referendums, it is filled with purposely vague language with virtually no specifics. So, if voters don’t take the time and effort...

Nothing New Under the Sun

Sisters and Brothers,Barnabas, the companion of St. Paul wrote in a letter attributed to him “Love your neighbor more than your own life. Do not kill an unborn child through abortion, nor destroy it after birth.” (Office of Readings, Wednesday...

Informed Consent

In October 2021, Pennsylvania representative Chris Rabb issued a memorandum in support of a future bill that would make vasectomies compulsory. The procedure would be required either six weeks after a man had his third child, or by his 40th...

It is Not Hard to Find the Truth

One day a man stopped by an apartment building to visit a long-time friend of his, an older woman named Mabel who was a music teacher. He greeted her by saying, “Hey, Mabel, what’s the good news today?” Mabel stood up, silently walked across the...

In the Dark Shadows of Abortion

What do the old Brooklyn Dodgers and abortion rights have in common? I know that sounds like a strange question but in 1953 the Brooklyn Dodgers roster, the so-called Boys of Summer, listed two formidable pitchers on their roster. Listed...

God’s Ventilator

Covid-19 is still with us as we begin the year 2021. Who would have thought one year ago that we would still be immersed in this crisis? I remember the initial call to lock down and stay at home. Give it three weeks, we were told, and we will stop...