A Baby Died Today

October 6, 2008

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In Mama's Hands Dr. Edward Allred, a wealthy abortionist and owner of Family Planning and Associates, said this in an interview with the San Diego Union in 1980: “Population control is too important to be stopped by some right-wing pro-life type. Take the new influx of Hispanic immigrants. Their lack of respect for democracy and social order is frightening. I hope I can do something to stem that tide; I’d set up a clinic in Mexico for free If I could. Maybe one in Calexico would help. The survival of our society could be at stake.”

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40 Days For Life

September 24, 2008

The Fall 2008 campaign of 40 Days for Life begins tonight at 12:00 am September 24. For the next 40 days participants in more than 170 cities will peacefully protest abortion and raise awareness for the rights of the unborn in America.

Participants will engage in prayer & fasting, maintain a constant vigil outside of more than 170 facilities, and engage in large community outreach to bring light to this very dark issue.

This community based campaign began in Bryan/College Station, Texas in 2004. This first 40 days for Life campaign activated 1,000 people and led directly to a 28% decline in abortions in their community.

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Badge - 2008 election This voter’s guide helps you cast your vote in an informed manner consistent with Catholic moral teaching. It helps you avoid choosing candidates who endorse policies that cannot be reconciled with moral norms that used to be held by all Christians.

On most issues that come before voters or legislators, the task is selecting the most effective strategy among several morally good options. A Catholic can take one side or the other and not act contrary to the faith. Most matters do not have a “Catholic position.”

But some issues concern “non-negotiable” moral principles that do not admit of exception or compromise. One’s position either accords with those principles or does not. No one endorsing the wrong side of these issues can be said to act in accord with the Church’s moral norms.

This voter’s guide identifies five issues involving “non-negotiable” moral values in current politics and helps you narrow down the list of acceptable candidates, whether they are running for national, state, or local offices.

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