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Children Found in Dumpsters in Two Cities: When our Children Become Trash Comments

The remains of Seventeen babies in medical ziplock bags with the names of their mothers labeled on the outside were found in a dumpster at the Womans Choice abortion mill in Lansing. Under current MI law abortion mills can place aborted babies and biohazardous waste in the trash as long as they're dipped in formaldehyde beforehand. Two newborns, placed into plastic bags by their own mothers and then thrown away as ... Continue Reading

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  1. Davide
    3 years ago

    Folk like Jimbo should simply be ignored. Clearly he has no clue what so ever he speaks of. All it is anti-catholic hate. In America anti-catholism bias is live and well. The last accepted bigotry. We must remember we are not greater than Our Master. Our Blessed Lord Jesus Christ was persecuted and accused of many things. Even some calling him Satan. Since Our Master was persecuted we will be too. A slave is not greater than his Master. Jimbo is an angry man full of hatred against Christ church and this judgement on us will be his own judgement on himself. Unless of course he repents of this sin. Let's pray he does. Thanks

  2. Barb
    3 years ago

    OK Jimbo so what do we say to that? The past is past. It does not condon or condemn anything you or I do now. Can we let the Lord judge the sins of others or are you in charge now?

  3. John D
    3 years ago

    Jimbo, sounds like you have been reading a lot of anti-Catholic rhetoric so readily available on the internet. So much of what you said is either not factually accurate or terribly exaggerated. If I asked you to site your sources, you would probably give me some fundamentalist web site. I encourage you to read up on Catholicism using some other sources. Here is an excellent one: http://www.catholic.com/. The articles posted there are well documented and footnoted. Also, ugly truths are not swept under the rug. They are exposed and discussed rationally using accurate facts. I will pray for you.

  4. John D
    3 years ago

    Actually, Bulbajer, Native Americans did practice ritualistic human sacrifice. The Aztecs had a complex narrative of gods intertwined with an elaborate religious calendar that demanded ritualistic human sacrifice on a scale that would make even the Romans blush. One particular ritual meant to appease a "rain god" called for sacrificing children. The children's tears, as they knowingly marched off to slaughter, were symbolic of the rain that was to come. The movie "Apocalypto" does a pretty good job exposing the whole macabre display. Sorry, human sacrifice was a vital part of their culture and religion. Lastly, yes, there have been (and will continue to be) people who call themselves Christians and do unChristian like things. However, according to the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church, there is no scriptual basis for that behavior. These "savage Christians" are Christian in name only as they are not adhering to the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church. The existence of bad people calling themselves Christians does not negate the evil done by throwing a baby in a dumpster.

  5. vsedriver
    3 years ago

    Jimbo, seems you don't know much about the Catholic Church. Please do a bit more reading. The Spanish Inquisition did not kill 100s of thousands. That men abused the system is true. Just like they do today. The church did not stifle science. In fact the church fostered science and many of the great discoveries in science were made by Catholic clergy. I could go on but it is obvious you have only read anti catholic propaganda.

  6. JeanCatherine
    3 years ago

    I agree with teenage abstinence programs sponsored in our public schools.

  7. JeanCatherine
    3 years ago

    Bulbajer

    Call it what it is "Pagan". The Romans were Pagans and this is how they disposed of their unwanted children. Any culture other than Chrisitanity is considered Pagan so lets not sugarcoat it. Its not a bad word but a descriptive word to describe cultures not adherent to Christian Doctrine. Oh but the Native Americans in some cases left their elderly out there to die when they became no longer viable to their societies if Im not mistaken. Not very far different but the other end of the spectrum of life issues.....

  8. imelda
    3 years ago

    It is very sad to hear of a mother killing her own unborn in such cruel manner.
    Jesus, Heal our hearts and make them like your own, heal the world and make it a better place to live in. May Jesus receive into his hands the souls of all killed babies
    and rest them in eternal peace Amen.

  9. Irma
    3 years ago

    These babies are being mutilated just like the humans in Mexico from the cartels

  10. Davide
    3 years ago

    Bulbajer, you really think our world is not pagan? I would go a step further and say it is on the verge of total evil. When we kill children before their first breath by the millions something is very evil. The womb is not a graveyard, the mother should not be the executioner. We care more for dogs than we do unborn humans. And the good sister says nothing about the unborn but corrects a simple typo.


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