Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Outlawing Abortion: Making the Case for an Incremental Approach

from lifenews


Outlawing Abortion: Making the Case for an Incremental Approach

by Gerard Nadal, Ph.D.
Washington, DC
5/23/11 12:00 PM

There is a discussion on FB about Texas passing a sonogram bill that does not protect certain groups of preborn babies, such as those conceived in rape, incest, or those with fetal anomalies. My friend Juda Myers is a pro-life warrior who was conceived in rape, and is understandably let down by these exceptions. This has reignited the ongoing debate within the pro-life community regarding incrementalism vs. unconditional surrender. I believe that we can all get to the finish line together. What follows are modified comments I left on FB this morning:

One abortion is one too many. On this all pro-lifers agree. I’ve been party to this discussion with several pro-lifers from around the country, so let me explain the incrementalist’s position and its internal logic. For more click here

I  just found out that Dr. Nadal has a terrific blog. If you go to the link below you can join in on a very interesting discussion on the topic.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

March For Life, Ottawa Canada, May 12, 2011

I made a slide show of some of the photos I took and uploaded it to you tube, complete with music from the Saint Louis Jesuits in the background.

Monday, May 9, 2011

The New Face of the Pro Life Movement - from Faith Today


"Young, Female – and Pro-life By Alex Newman

The Canadian movement advocating for the sanctity of life from conception until natural death has a refreshing – and some may find surprising – face today."

You can read a digital version of the cover-story at this link: