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Face of Pro-Life #177: Unviable Viability

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Uploaded by AirMaria on Apr 19, 2012

Ave Maria! Viability is often used to determine when an abortion is 'allowable' and 'justifiable' that because a baby in the early stages of pregnancy is viable only in the womb that somehow it is okay to take it out of the womb. Even ignoring the absurdity of this argumentation, one has to ask, who is really viable? Friar Roderic discusses with Corinn Dahm how in the bigger picture even those who think they are most viable are really only viable in a very few places on earth and even fewer places when looking at the whole solar system or ... beyond. At one point the example of the Titanic is used which was considered the 'unsinkable ship' and those on board were boasting of their greatness (i.e their viability.) Yet, only a moment later they found themselves in small lifeboats or in the drink where they were not so viable. Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to


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