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By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet, Human Life International,

Father Shenan J. Boquet was ordained in 1993 and is a priest of the Houma-Thibodaux Roman Catholic Diocese in Louisiana, his home state, where he served before joining HLI in August 2011. …

“They are mistaken who, knowing that we have here no abiding city but seek one which is to come, think that they may therefore shirk their earthly responsibilities. For they are forgetting that by the faith itself they are more obliged than ever to measure up to these duties, each according to his proper vocation. Nor, on the contrary, are they any less wide of the mark who think that religion consists in acts of worship alone and in the discharge of certain moral obligations, and who imagine they can plunge themselves into earthly affairs in such a way as to imply that these are altogether divorced from the religious life. This split between the faith which many profess, and their daily lives deserves to be counted among the more serious errors of our age.”  ― Gaudium et Spes, 43

Unfortunately, last week President Joe Biden used his State of the Union address to express his support once again for the culture of death.

In his remarks, the president urged Congress to codify abortion access in law. “Congress must restore the right that was taken away in Roe v. Wade,” he said.

“The vice-president and I are doing everything to protect access to reproductive healthcare and safeguard patient safety. But already, more than a dozen states are enforcing extreme abortion bans,” he added. He also vowed that if Congress were to pass a ban on abortion, “I will veto it.” …