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Friday, October 30, 2015

What Abortionists Say at their Meetings: They Know Exactly What They're Doing!

National Abortion Federation Conference in San Francisco

Note the one panelist talking about the poor abortion providers having problems with inflicting pain and killing babies. Don't you feel sorry for them hearing about their "very, very intense feelings," for example, feelings of revulsion?

But then she describes how gross it is when an "eyeball falls into my lap," and everybody bursts out laughing. Hilarious thought, eh? They might be visiting the house of horrors at a Halloween event. Only it's not make believe. The eyeball belonged to a little living soul deliberately murdered as a matter of "choice."


It's important to pray for these people, especially those who haven't been able to totally kill their consciences. Feelings of revulsion are normal when you're doing something revolting. Note how they talk about using feticidal injections to make sure they have a dead baby rather than one who could be resuscitated against a mother's wishes. They know exactly what they are doing. There is no denial here of the reality of the baby as a human life. Pray for their conversion. The murder of the innocent is one of the sins that cries to heaven for vengeance. These poor, deluded souls are in danger of hell unless they repent. Your prayers and sacrifices may provide the grace sufficient for their conversion.

Our Lady, Refuge of Sinners, intercede for them.


Catechist Kev said...

Hi Mary Ann,

Catechist Kev, here.

Good grief. Our priest at Holy Mass this morning was mentioning how the balance of morality in our country is way off from center. He said folks in the U.S. spend about 2 billion dollars annually on pet food. Yet, he said many (most?) parents don't want to have kids or they contracept and have abortions. (those that *do* marry, I suppose)

However, a positive piece here for you!

This from the land that gave us Alfred Kinsey. ;^)

God love you Mary Ann. I always love reading your blog.

Catechist Kev

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Thanks Kevin, I love reading your comments. :)