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Cecile Richards and Planned Parenthood Attack U.S. Catholic Bishops for Defending Life Comments

Intentional Abortion is not a service to the child, the mother, the father or society. Nor is it 'health care'. It is feticide. Continue Reading

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  1. Jean
    5 years ago

    I know its hard and I know we dont want to do it.

    Lets pray for Cecile Richards conversion of heart.

    I know its sounds simple and humble but the Lord likes that and He listens even more I think.

    Say that Rosary and keep what I said in mind for most of the negativity in the world. Hope for change of heart.

    Love in Christ brothers and sisters.

  2. Pro-lifer
    5 years ago

    Great article!

  3. eithena
    5 years ago

    :When my people humble themselves and call on me ;I WILL ANSWER ; so?

  4. Joanne
    5 years ago

    When it comes to health care reform, perhaps the bishops and all of us should push a proposal that bars racist, eugenicist organizations from participating. That would effectively leave out Planned Parenthood.

  5. Ann
    5 years ago

    Jesus, Mary, I love you, save priestly souls, save souls!

    Don't waste time. Pray this with much love as many times possible per day, as an act of love and reparation; and most especially to help counter this act of murder called abortion.

    If there's one positive outcome from all this ugliness, it must be this: Trying times bring out the best in us..the Catholic in each and every one of us.

    So do not worry. Instead, unite in prayer for our Lord needs us to look for Him in these dark times. May God bless us all!

  6. Graham Combs
    5 years ago

    Again, no suprises here as regards the Hope 'n Change Pres. That said, I assume Mark Skog wants Catholics to reach out to American Muslims. It seems all too clear that in the past decade, at the UN and elsewhere, "containing" America takes priority of place to the Culture of Life among the world's Muslims. I wish it were not so.

  7. Kevin
    5 years ago

    Since the U.S. Government touts itself as "Pro-Choice", why doesn't the Government support my choice to be Roman Catholic?

  8. Jean
    5 years ago

    I agree Paul but until the Holy Spirit is prayed to and there is a conversion of hearts we have people with agendas.

    This is what its all about.

    Control of the populace by different means.

    It is wrong and we have spoken out here so heaven is watching.

    May our Blessed Mother protect and help us in these dark moments of life and death.

    Its Life, Libery and the pursuit of happiness.

    I hope our people wake up in time before its too late.

  9. Mark Skog
    5 years ago

    Just a thought.
    Is this a good opportunity for us Catholics to reach across the religious lines to our Muslim neighbors and fight the good fight together. Could we build on the friendship that has been initiated by our holy father and do some serious good for the world.

  10. Paul Welsh
    5 years ago

    Abortion is an repugnant and murderous sacrifice to The Whore of Babylon who wants to continue with her whoring.

    The women who is abused, is coerced into an abortion by these selfish immoral whoremongers.

    There does not exist a monetary reason for terminating an unborn child in the womb unless it has already died of natural causes.

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