Tag: abortion

  • John the Baptist, Jesus, and Justices: Some Thoughts Regarding the Supreme Court’s Abortion Ruling

    John the Baptist, Jesus, and Justices: Some Thoughts Regarding the Supreme Court’s Abortion Ruling

    Last week’s Supreme Court ruling overturned Roe v. Wade on the Feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist. The Christian Church has historically recognized the fetus in the womb as a living human being whose life should be protected.

  • Ascension, Visitation, Pentecost: A Pro-Life Perspective Revisited

    Ascension, Visitation, Pentecost: A Pro-Life Perspective Revisited

    This article is based on a homily I shared yesterday at my church’s monthly Liturgy for the Preborn outside Planned Parenthood in Hempstead, NY. Since the feasts of Ascension, Visitation, and Pentecost were occurring close together, it provided an opportunity to reflect on how these three events in the life of Christ and the Church can guide and inspire our pro-life witness.

  • Why I March for Life

    Now the word of the Lord came to me, saying, “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations” (Jeremiah 1:5-6, ESV). I joined a contingent from my church and several hundred thousand others in the March for […]

  • The Pro-Life Movement after Antonin Scalia’s Death

    Our nation is not drifting from God because Antonin Scalia died, and his death by itself does not create a moral and ideological crisis for our nation. Our nation suffers because God’s people do not recognize Him as King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

  • For Life

    Babies are loved or rejected; wanted or unwanted; planned or unplanned. But, each of those are a reflection of the parent’s soul, not a quality inherent to the child. I pray for a day when all preborn babies have a legal right to live because they bear the image of God. May we see a culture of life where this can become possible.