By Michael W. Chapma, CNSNews - It is a simple moral question: Do you support the murder of children by abortion, yes or no? If you say yes, then anything goes. For if it is okay to kill a baby in the womb, then it is okay to do anything. You cannot say something is wrong, if child-murder is right. This is bottom-of-the-barrel morality... American liberals and their allies in the media support abortion on demand. Their faith, sexual liberty, means -- if it comes to it -- that they are willing to kill in order to have sex.
By Jackie Angel, Ascension Presents - Jackie Angel shares how you can respond to pro-choice arguments in a compassionate way... In short, every human being has the right to live, and we are human beings from conception. But there is a lot more logic that goes into being pro-life than that... From the onset, it’s important to be compassionate toward those who have had an abortion, because 73.8 percent of women were pressured into getting one, often by loved ones... Once we establish that compassionate connection with someone who is pro-abortion, it helps to keep in mind these responses to the most popular pro-abortion arguments: Argument: “It’s my body, my choice.”
By Patriot Post - January 22 marks the anniversary of the two most tragic Supreme Court decisions in American history, Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. (Pro-lifers around the nation observe Sanctity of Life Sunday this weekend.) Those decisions sparked a contentious debate between those who would deny legal protection for babies in the womb and those who rightly acknowledge that those babies constitute “life” as understood throughout history and affirmed in our Declaration of Independence. Tragically, that right has been denied to 60 million pre-birth babies sacrificed on the altar of “choice” since 1973.
By Jennifer Gregory Miller, Catholic Culture - God is love, and whoever remains in love remains in God and God in him. In this is love brought to perfection among us, that we have confidence on the day of judgment because as he is, so are we in this world. There is no fear in love, but perfect love drives out fear because fear has to do with punishment, and so one who fears is not yet perfect in love.