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Arrest of Abortionist Kermit Gosnell Reveals House of Horrors Built by Roe Comments

There are times when the truth concerning what actually happens in every procured abortion becomes obvious and the Nation is shaken out of its complacency. Perhaps the House of Horrors found in Philadelphia will be one of those moments.  What was hidden is now being revealed. The truth is what "Doctor" Gosnell did is no different than what is done in every procured abortion. The only difference is that it is hidden from view. Continue Reading

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  1. Jessica
    3 years ago

    It is wrong to kill a child while it is still in the womb, but the deeper issue is on how society views sex. A baby is not a byproduct that can be categorized as "wanted" or "unwanted", but should be considered the main point of sex. Intercourse is not a right but a privilege given to us by God so that we may procreate in a unitive fashion. It is this "pleasure" mentality that leads to casual sex. However, children from incest or rape require more delicacy. It is not his or her fault that the mother experienced tragedy, and the baby should not be punished as the result.

  2. JeanCatherine
    3 years ago

    Therese

    Have you read Norma McKorvey's story about Roe v. Wade? I suggest you do so. I also suggest you check out Silent No More campaign and Rachel's vineyard. I do not judge you or your comment but Im making a suggest to you before you judge the Pro-Life Movement.

    I also recommend you check out Dr. Alveda King at Priests for Life and her story. Then if you feel the same well then that is your opinion. I will respect it but not agree with you. God Bless.

  3. vance
    3 years ago

    I just read on another News website that the 'Blood Thirsty Abortionist' Alan Guttmacher Institute crows that 35% of US women will have an abortion by the time they reach 45 years of age. Their numbers are close to the Center for Desease Control (CDC) that shows 848,121 abortions in 2006 and 2.12 million abortions for 2008. THIS IS A LOT OF MURDERED BABIES. This makes me sick to my stomach. I am cringing and waiting for the proverbial roof to cave in. I can't imagine God talerating this much more before he lowers the boom on us and the world.

  4. Therese
    3 years ago

    Quite honestly, I feel that it is a woman's choice to have an abortion or not, and if you feel that every fetus should be birthed, then adopt those that are unwanted.

    The truth is, you don't know every woman's story, their circumstances, their situation.

    Abortions should be legal and covered by all health insurance agencies. The laws should be stricter on abortion, so things like the Lansing incident don't happen.

    Bottom line: if it's not your uterus, then why is it your problem?

  5. John D
    3 years ago

    Vance and Stephany, you are right and this is why every Catholic should know the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church. When you know this, not evern misguided clergy can mislead you. Here is a link. You can look up the church's authentic teachings on a huge variety of subjects: http://www.kofc.org/un/catechism/index.action. You can also get a used hard copy book from Amazon for a few dollars.

  6. Jerriel
    3 years ago

    Some people have become blind of their own blood, flesh and bones.
    Every Adult Human is made of more than 100 trillion cells. How did we reach that amount of cells? It is through the process called growth and it is by cell division. When we were young the amount of cells in our body may perhaps reached a billion then a trillion. All because our cells continue to divide. No matter how many cells you have in your body it is still you, you deserve every right to live. Starting from 1 cell,who is all you, from conception and continue to grow to become an adult you with more than 100 trillion cells.

    I have a question about US laws. Why do you have laws that protect animals and have laws that allow killing of young humans. Animals don't have any right, we humans are the care takers. Has there been a lion been charged for killing a zebra? I just don't get it why animals are treated so nicely and even have spas but babies in the wombs are despised of like a bacteria. You don't need science to know that the baby growing inside a woman's womb is a human. It is already instinctive that he is your child inside the womb, and you don't have to put all your reasons to deny the child if you were too afraid to face your responsibilities. The Catholic Church offer home for your baby if you cannot take the responsibility, just don't kill the baby like you are just cutting your hand and say it is only a tissue.

    And to those who use egg and chicken in this debate. You are probably referring to the egg in your kitchen. Those eggs are unfertilized. Hens know better than you do. They protect so much to their young growing inside the shells that they are ready to die for them. You should protect your young growing inside the womb more than a chicken can.

  7. Srah K.
    3 years ago

    People need to wake up and see a new abortion challange that is a sign of our times .Doctors in some catholic hospitals are not wanting to care for women with high risk pregnancies because of medical mal-practice. A doctor can only use up a number of high risk referrels a year The number of abortions of older women are going up. Abortion is never moral, however, a woman and a baby does have the right to receiving quality care even if she is at high risk. Now by just looking a patient up on a computer a doctor can determine if the baby is a liablity to him....I am asking all that are finghting for the cause to think about what is happening and coming around the bend. One would assume that a doctor in a Catholic hospital would not look at it this way but many of these doctors are not even Cathollic.

  8. JeanCatherine
    3 years ago

    Dont you think its time we prayed as our Lord asked us to for the conversion of all hearts in the church?

    Definitely some of our brothers and sisters need some prayer and support in this culture war.

    Start with our Lady's Rosary and end with a peaceful letter to your congressman regarding this heinous practice we have perpetrated for over 30 years.

    Its time to rethink Roe v. Wade. Ask Norma McKorvey she was Jane Roe. Read her story go over to the Priests for Life Website. Life International comes to mind.


    Pray for Holy Father and Holy Mother Church in these times.

  9. ProLifeOhio
    3 years ago

    Jeremiah 1:5

    "Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations."

    ** For you pro CHOICERS read this passage again. "Before I formed you in the womb . . .

    Therefore 'at conception' is after 'before I formed you'. Therefore at conception, - when by the way the sex and DNA is determined (sex of what? A dog? Cat? Tomato plant?) God knew you and I.

    Therefore abortion at ANY STAGE is DIABOLICAL, EVIL, Wicked. Just plain diabolism.

  10. vance
    3 years ago

    Stephany, you are a 100% right on. Over the years, I've seen the same atrocities from the clergy. As you said their political connection is stronger than their spiritual connection if they have a spiritual connection. Do you remember Fr Mike Pflager and Fr. Jenkins? Pflager is the priest from Chicago who is and was a street activist with Barak Obama and Jenkins is the Notre Dame Univ Pres who awarded Obama an honorary degree. These are two examples of what is wrong in our church. There are many Pflagers and Jenkins' among the ranks of the Bishops and clergy. These people didn't become priests because they were 'Called' but because they do not like what the Catholic Church is and want to change it to something that fits their politics. EWTN Priests are sadly the few and the exception among the ranks of the clergy. We can become more active ourselves in our parishes and call out these anti-Catholic folks and expose them for who and what they are. It's a tall order but it can be done.


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