Friday, March 10, 2006
Texas Abortions on Teenages Reduced
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With today being the "Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers", I continue to focus on the need for these people's conversion. The truth is that the nurses, receptionists, technicians, and even abortion supporters are people like us created in God's image. The saddest thing is that some of them are Catholics that betray Christ's teachings through the Church.

The truth is that we are winning. Have faith! With South Dakota passing a ban on abortion and more and more pro-life laws passed, we are moving closer to a day when abortion will be illegal. Let us continue to focus on prayer. As Catholics, prayer must be the center of our lives. Let us also focus on the Cross, the heart of the Christian life.

Previously this week, the New York Times published a story saying that parental notification laws do not work. This is a lie! A study was published in this weeks New England Journal of Medicine stating that abortions have drastically dropped because of the state's parental notification law passed in 2000. The Texas law requires abortionists to notify the girl's mother 48-hours before the murder of her child.

Because of this law, the study finds that "abortions on 15 year-olds dropped 11 percent, on 16 year-olds dropped 20 percent, and fell 16 percent on 17 year-olds" (Source: Life News)

Pray, Pray, and Pray for the end to abortion! Please join me in praying for this today.

2 comments:

del_button March 10, 2006 at 11:03 PM
K said...

Moneybags,
Are you in Texas?

del_button March 11, 2006 at 7:24 AM
Matthew said...

No, I'm from IL

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