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Seattle University, a Jesuit institution, has invited Planned Parenthood to participate in a discussion on 'reproductive rights' Continue Reading

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  1. blogg.no
    4 years ago

    really good information

  2. SoloTeens
    4 years ago

    Thanks for this great post! I'm new reader of your blog ;)

  3. Jason
    5 years ago

    Just so everyone know since everyone on here is so quick to judge I wrote as many bishops as i possibly could asking them to speak out against what Notre Dame was doing and I made a lot of enemies by telling people that Obama should not speak at Notre Dame. I was also there to protest on the 17th. But you know what folks, that is what the other side calls it and we have our ways of calling it. How are we going to change anything if we don't discuss it with each other. So stop judging me think im some idiot liberal catholic cuz im not. And thats how it comes across from some of the comments made about me. What i am not however is a closeminded Catholic. How can we get people to change their minds if we dont first meet them where they are as Christ met the lepers, the tax collectors and prostitutes where they were. In sin.

  4. Mary
    5 years ago

    Reproductive rights......what about the right to life? The babies being murdered have no rights. They certainly have no reproductive rights. They will never be allowed to reproduce. They have been murdered by the person they should have been able to trust the most, their own mother.

  5. Eddie Fong
    5 years ago

    Jesuit universities have been doing these type of actions for sometime. Georgetown U, Loyola to mention a couple, have always diverted toward the other side. At one time, Georgetown even have the web-site of PP on their very own web page, and others.

    But it seems more rampant now than before, or is it just ND really blew it wide open for everybody to see? Really rubbing into the Blessed Mother's face.

  6. Gloria Ramirez
    5 years ago

    "Open discussion" is good for adults that ARE and can come to a table to "discuss-

    What about the child in a mother's womb or the child on a "scientific dish" of Human Embryonic Experiments?

    Will he/she be given the opportunity to even "BE"?

    These are the defenseless ones the Catholic church advocates for -the BASIC RIGHT TO LIVE.

  7. Andy Holland
    5 years ago

    “a thoughtful conversation about how people of different faiths and backgrounds perceive reproductive justice”

    How about a large picture of a 21 week fetus to provoke a little "thought"? Maybe a little prayer too.

  8. Eddie Fong
    5 years ago

    Jason,
    I don't think you understood the message. Please read it again.

  9. Bill Purcell
    5 years ago

    I'm pretty sure planned parenthood won't change there mind (jason)this is yet another feather in their cap, hand delivered by catholics. (wise up)

  10. Mary Warren
    5 years ago

    Open discussion is good, but in this case by the wording, it does not appear to be an open discussion. When the email states in terms of "reproductive and sexual lives" and affordable reproductive health and whether or not to have a child...this is definitely NOT Catholic teachings.

    From this article it does not seem that there will be anybody defending the Church's position regarding "reproductive health" and the decision of having a child.


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