Abortion does not save lives. It ends them. 55 million over the past 40 years to be precise.
But that irrefutable fact didn’t stop MSNBC host Toure Neblett this past week from thanking God that abortion is legal, and that in some ways it saved his life.
Just how did it save his life? you’re probably wondering.
I’ll let Mr Neblett explain:
15 years [ago] I was in a committed relationship with... More
The Chicago Tribune:
Gov. Pat Quinn met with Cardinal Francis George and other area Catholic leaders today to try to clear the air after some recent public disagreements.
Quinn, a practicing Catholic, met privately with George and bishops at the Union League Club in the Loop. With reporters waiting outside two of the doors to the club, the governor quickly ducked into a car at a third entrance wit... More
They have a saying in advertising which you may have heard, “Will it play in Peoria?”
That question now confronts the Diocese of Peoria and Catholics everywhere when it was announced that Catholic Charities of Peoria, starting February 1st, will transfer most of its staff and all of its caseload of 330 children to a newly-created non-profit called “The Center For Youth and Family... More
The Catholic bishops of Illinois condemned Gov. Pat Quinn, who professes to be Catholic, for agreeing to give an award to pro-abortion political group. In response to the criticism, Quinn doubled down.
The Naperville Sun reports:
Gov. Pat Quinn said Thursday he considers it “the proper, Christian thing to do” to present an abortion-rights group’s leadership award, sloughing off criticism f... More
So here’s the thing. If you’re looking for something to follow that’s strange, weird, and fascinating, forget reality TV or any other fiction. Just look into the largely unregulated world of assisted reproductive technologies (ART).
It’s all especially ironic in light of the attention given to the fact that Steve Jobs was adopted, not ordered like an iProduct.
Read more here.
There’s crazy …there’s nuts …and then there’s Huffington Post op-eds.
What’s worse is that this particular example of Catholic-derangement syndrome, courtesy of the Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson, comes from a self-proclaimed “spiritual activist, pastor and lesbian” who was appointed by President Obama in 2011 to his White House Council on Faith Based and Nei... More
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A fresh Gallup poll shows that Americans are evenly divided on the morality of physician-assisted suicide. According to the poll, 45% of Americans consider the practice “morally acceptable” while 48% considered it “morally wrong.” The poll comes just a day after news broke that the ... More
As Thomas just noted, Catholic Charities has been forced out of the adoption and foster care fields.
It is worth reminding everyone again that Catholics entered this field of charity long before the State of Illinois got involved. Then decades later politicians wanted to show how much they cared, so they spent our money to show voters that they were helping children. Boy, it made for great photo o... More
Breaking – and disturbing – news out of one diocese in Illinois, where starting June 1st, the new civil unions bill threatens to make Catholic (and other religious) adoption and foster care agencies guilty of “discrimination” if they refuse to place kids with same-sex couples:
The Diocese of Rockford has announced that its Catholic Charities offices will no longer offer sta... More
I wish this was a joke – but it’s not. I received this action alert from a friend:
The Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) has proposed regulations to require state licensed adoption agencies in Virginia, including private church-run adoption agencies, to not refuse to process adoption of children based on sexual orientation. If these new regs are adopted, even private, chu... More