Letter To A Baby About To Be Aborted.

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My dear little one,

I write to you in a very difficult moment of your very young life, because even if you cannot read I think there are some things of which you should be informed.

In just a few minutes your young and tender life – a God-given gift, full of bliss and promise – will be abruptly, unnaturally, and cruelly put to an end. I am very sorry to tell you that if you have already developed small legs and arms , and are already almost looking like a little child, you will be torn to pieces whilst still living, and you will be extracted from your mother’s womb one piece at a time.

Your rests will be discarded. You will not be considered a person, so you will not be buried.

Talking of your mother, she has by now persuaded herself – in conscience – that you…

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Posted on December 29, 2013, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I am a pro-life activist and while I do agree there has been confusing statements coming from the Holy Father, in all fairness one must also read what he wrote in his new “apostolic exhortation”:

    213. Among the vulnerable for whom the Church wishes to care with particular love and concern are unborn children, the most defenseless and innocent among us.

    Nowadays efforts are made to deny them their human dignity and to do with them whatever one pleases, taking their lives and passing laws preventing anyone from standing in the way of this.

    Frequently, as a way of ridiculing the Church’s effort to defend their lives, attempts are made to present her position as ideological, obscurantist and conservative.

    Yet this defense of unborn life is closely linked to the defense of each and every other human right.

    It involves the conviction that a human being is always sacred and inviolable, in any situation and at every stage of development.

    Human beings are ends in themselves and never a means of resolving other problems.

    Once this conviction disappears, so do solid and lasting foundations for the defense of human rights, which would always be subject to the passing whims of the powers that be. …

    214. Precisely because this involves the internal consistency of our message about the value of the human person, the Church cannot be expected to change her position on this question.

    I want to be completely honest in this regard. This is not something subject to alleged reforms or “modernizations”.

    It is not “progressive” to try to resolve problems by eliminating a human life.

    On the other hand, it is also true that we have done little to adequately accompany women in very difficult situations, where abortion appears as a quick solution to their profound anguish, especially when the life developing within them is the result of rape or a situation of extreme poverty. Who can remain unmoved before such painful situations?

    • I am astonished at how many people seem to think, particularly in the US, that rape be such a common way of making babies. Unless it is allowed to shout “rape!” by every case of “buyer’s remorse”, that is…

      More in general, where I come from the remedy for an unwanted baby is called orphanage, where people who (generally) love children will take care of the little one. Traumatic as it may be for a (real) raped woman to know she is bearing the child of her rapist, the brutal fact is **she is bearing a child**. If you ask me, the circumstances surrounding the conception – which may, or may not, be the most traumatic – distract from the real issue.

      You can make a comparison with homosexuality, where all the talk of bullying – which might be justified in rare cases – actually deflects attention from the real issue: the evil of homosexual perversion.


  2. Excellent! Wishy-washy Bergoglio in not being emphatic enough on the Church’s concrete take-no-prisoners position about abortion is leading to grave misinterpretation and sin.

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