Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Thoughts on abortion: How can we not grieve millions of wasted lives since Roe v. Wade By: Heidi Hess Saxton

In his address today on the 45th annual World Communications Day, Pope Benedict XVI writes: "I would encourage all people of good will who are active in the emerging environment of digital communication to commit themselves to promoting a culture of respect, dialogue and friendship. Those who are active in the production and dissemination of new media content, therefore, should strive to respect the dignity and worth of the human person. If the new technologies are to serve the good of individuals and of society, all users will avoid the sharing of words and images that are degrading of human beings, that promote hatred and intolerance, that debase the goodness and intimacy of human sexuality or that exploit the weak and vulnerable."
After reading these words today, I decided to post the following article, which I had originally written to commemorate this year's "March for Life" and the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Since 1973, this landmark Supreme Court decision has legalized the destruction of more than 50 million children.
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