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Monday, February 1, 2016

Meet the Real Margaret Sanger

Margaret Sanger Desanitized

This is an excellent article by Donald DeMarco on the woman who birthed the abortion holocaust.  I suspect her drug addiction to a near comatose state in the last years of her life was an attempt to cover up a guilt-ridden conscience. Happy people don't need alcohol and drugs to get through the day.  Her life reminds me of Christopher Marlowe's play, The Tragic History of the Life and Death of Dr. Faustus. Faust sells his soul to the devil for a very poor return and, after resisting opportunities for salvation, is carted off to hell in the end. Pray that this sad, selfish, murderous woman repented before she died and avoided the same fate. 

There's a saying that virtue is its own reward. One could just as easily say sin is its own punishment. The history of the life and death of Margaret Sanger, who had so many talents and could have done such great things is, like Dr. Faustus, a tragedy.

3 comments:

Dymphna said...

Horrible woman. I wonder what her children and grandchildren really thought of her.

CATHOLIC TOPICS said...

There is no indication that Margaret Sanger repented; not the least sign.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

I agree. But does any of us know what happens in those last moments before death? And since we are urged to pray for the dead, I still pray for her. If she's in hell, the Blessed Mother will use them where they can still do good.