Search This Blog

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Thank God for another Trump Blessing! Bye-bye Contraceptive Mandate.

I bet the Little Sisters of the Poor
are thanking God for President Trump!
Trump Ends Contraceptive Mandate! Praise God!

Contraception may be the most serious moral evil ever treated like a ho-hum, no-big-deal societal staple. Think about it. Abortion is a horrendous sin that kills a baby, but that little one will live for all eternity.

Contraception doesn't just will the death of a soul; it wills the non-existence of a soul willed by God. In that sense it is even worse than abortion because a soul is not only physically murdered but denied existence at all.

Look at your children and imagine one of them never existing, a soul who will never love or be loved, never have a moment of life, never see God.

I hate to even think of it!

Now, I don't want to limit God. Perhaps he has a way of dealing with our refusal to cooperate in His act of creation, but I'll leave that to theologians. What truly saddens me is that Satan has so deceived people that the most amazing and awesome power gifted us by God -- to participate in His very act of creation -- is seen as a curse. What a massive deception from Satan.

O Lord of all life, change our hard hearts and help us to glory in the gift of parenthood and to see our children as you see them.

O Mary, Mother of Life, help us to imitate your "Yes!" to God.


Chriss Rainey said...


NIdahoCatholic said...

The pill acts as an abortifacient in about 10% of the times it prevents pregnancy. This information is on the product literature that the pharmacist sees, but not the person taking the pill. If a woman contracepts for thirty years, how many aborted children did she send to Limbo?

An awful lot of women who consider themselves "pro-life", are in fact, unknowingly aborting their own children.

David Sharples said...

The last place you'll hear "Contraception may be the most serious moral evil ever treated like a ho-hum, no-big-deal societal staple. ... " is today's "catholic" high school.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

And "Catholic" colleges. Sad isn't it?