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For sometime now Father Frank Pavone and Dr. Alveda King (niece of Martin Luther King and daughter of A.D. King) and others that serve in their Apostolate for Life have been fighting for the rights of the unborn in the womb.

They, the unborn do not have a voice and that voice was taken from them in the historic ruling Roe v. Wade.  Since then Jane Roe who is Norma McKorvey has changed her stance on the issue and the courts especially the Supreme Court have turned their back on the issue. (See also stories on the Notre Dame 88.)

I dont believe the issue was debated formally enough back then in the dawning days of the 70’s.  The far reaching implications then that would be negative in the future were never contemplated or even considered. Now through groups like Rachael’s Vineyard we are seeing that people are experiencing emotional and pyschological pain over their abortions.

It is said your only killing a blob but through modern technology of the ultra-sound this is becoming apparently not so.  There is life under the microscope and in the ultra-sound pictures within the safety of the mother’s womb.  Its time for a better debate on the issue of life.  Its time to revisit Roe v. Wade and find out what this really was about and how it is affecting our future worldwide in all forms of society.

Personally and publicly I believe to dismember or chemically abort a child in the womb is a heinous and barberous procedure.  It does not say too much for a free, intelligent society.  It says barberic, radical feminism, backward and something out of the dark ages of history when child sacrifice was the norm for whatever reason for that time.  Today with education it is no longer necessary to do something this archaic.  Now we have a more sophisticated procedure for child sacrifice and that is pregnancy termination.   This subject has been very shrouded in half-truths and possibly untruths.  In other words there just simply isnt something right in our culture today.  The case maybe argued that abortion maybe instrumental in the societal problems directly or indirectly we are facing today.  The possiblities are endless.

Its time to debate the real ethics of taking a life from conception to the elderly.  The issue has become distorted and its time educate ourselves on the subject.  You may save not only the life of a little being but you maybe saving the future for everyone and future generations.

Do not take my word for it.  I have done my own research and its up to you to be informed about abortion and what it really is.

If you stand for LIFE please see link to article for the Freedom Rides and if you can participate in anyway I invite you to do so and see the other link there as well:


See Article:   http://catholic.org/national/national_story.php?id=43202

See:  http://www.catholic.org/clife/advent/story.php?id=43869

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