Science refutes abortion

summer_2007_009In spite of the nonsense that the radical abortionists are throwing down, science continues to prove that babies are indeed human and are so before the passage through the birth canal.

Babies Groove to a beat


Murder in the White house

I wanted to be on board with the new president but infanticide is more than I can stomach.

I thought about showing graphic baby murders but my sense of decency won out which is more than I can say for the murdering abortionists.

The kicker is that its not even ideological for them. It’s all about the money.

Murdering babies.

The Vatican reacts here.


Richard John Neuhaus, 1936-2009

Please take a look at this very moving tribute to Fr. Neuhaus.

A Grief Observed: Richard John Neuhaus, 1936-2009 by Rev. Paul T. McCain

Also, just in case you don’t go there this statement from Fr. Neuhaus is especially meaningful:

“When I come before the judgment throne, I will plead the promise of God in the shed blood of Jesus Christ. I will not plead any work that I have done, although I will thank God that he has enabled me to do some good. I will plead no merits other than the merits of Christ, knowing that the merits of Mary and the saints are all from him; and for their company, their example, and their prayers throughout my earthly life I will give everlasting thanks. I will not plead that I had faith, for sometimes I was unsure of my faith, and in any event that would be to turn faith into a meritorious work of my won. I will not plead that I held the correct understanding of “justification by faith alone,” although I will thank God that he led me to know ever more fully the great truth that much misunderstood formulation was intended to protect. Whatever little growth in holiness I have experienced, whatever strength I have received from the company of the saints, whatever understanding I have attained of God and his ways – these and all other gifts received I will bring gratefully to the throne. But in seeking entry to that heavenly kingdom, I will…look to Christ and Christ alone.”

Richard John Neuhaus.  Death on a Friday Afternoon.  New York:  Basic Books, 2000)  p. 70.

 

“I will not plead that I had faith, for sometimes I was unsure of my faith, and in any event that would be to turn faith into a meritorious work of my won.

We have a tendancy to claim faith only but we even turn that into a work. Fr. Neuhaus saw this clearly.

Another really good tribute from The Dallas Morning News.

 

 

 


Palestinian craziness

From Texguy

What do they expect?