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By Sean Fitzpatrick, Crisis Magazine, July 2, 2020
Sean Fitzpatrick is a senior contributor to Crisis. He’s graduate of Thomas Aquinas College and the Headmaster of Gregory the Great Academy. He lives in Scranton, Penn. with his wife and family of four.
In the Byzantine Divine Liturgy, there is a petition for “a good defense before the awesome judgment seat of God.” I often find that abortion flashes through my mind at that prayer. Given the outrageous atrocity that abortion is in the free world, the free people should expect to answer for it when the Judge takes His seat. Do we have a good defense? What did we do? What could we have done? An answer awaits us, yet again, in November. And though the Supreme Court judges, yet again, are failing in the cause of truth, there is still hope for a reversal.
On June 29, the Supreme Court struck down The Louisiana Unsafe Abortion Protection Act by a narrow margin. This law would have required abortion clinics to follow the same standards of health and safety as mandated for hospital facilities, and that physicians who perform abortions hold admitting privileges at local hospitals. For all intents and purposes, the law would have closed every clinic in the state. …
Read more here: https://www.crisismagazine.com/2020/louisiana-before-the-judgment-seat