In the United States, the Supreme Court legalized abortion in the Roe v. Wade case, in part because the woman who brought the case was allegedly raped. It turns out that “Jane Roe” — who is actually Norma McCorvey — was never raped at all. (And praise God, she is now pro-life!) So this case preyed on Americans’ well-intentioned but misguided compassion for rape victi... More
Just as we approach the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the ruling political party in Ireland is trying to erode legal protection for those Irish in the womb.
But this attempt to attack Ireland’s pro-life laws is not going unanswered. In fact, over 30,000 Irish rallied in support of keeping Ireland safe for the unborn.
Niamh Ui Bhriain, Director of the Ireland-based Life Institute said:
Awesome ad about abortion comes out of Ireland. It even addresses those instances when an unborn child may be harmed in the course of a medical procedure that is *actually* necessary—“this is clearly not an abortion, since there no intention to harm the unborn child.”
And it’s all said with a brogue, so it’s extra charming.
“Abortion never saves a mother’... More
It's a target. The Roman collar proclaims to the world, "JESUS IS LORD. And I will live and die by that credo."
So the Irish prime minister, and now some Australian legislator, is working on a bill that, if passed into law, would ostensibly compel, under penalty of jail time, priests to break the seal of confession and tell the civil authorities if child abuse is confessed.
Talk about a shock to American sensibilities: the government of Chile has launched a national ad campaign to support being pro-life, pro-woman and pro-family!
But it gets better, much better. Abortion is illegal in Chile without exception. 67% of Chileans identify as pro-life. Chile also has the lowest maternal mortality rate in Latin America.
Let that last point sink in. We’ve all heard ... More