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It doesn’t require a conspiracy theory to predict how soon Sen. Harris could become president of the United States should Joe Biden be elected President. It’s honestly on everyone’s minds: How quickly would Biden step down, elevating Harris to the presidency? As a pro-life activist, this thought gives me chills as I think about how utterly pro-abortion she is and how in bed with Planned Parenthood she has proven to be. Several years ago, pro-life investigative journalist David Daleiden released undercover videos that exposed Planned Parenthood’s scheme for harvesting and selling the body parts of its abortion victims. Harris was then the California attorney general and she ordered a raid of Daleiden’s apartment – at the request of Planned Parenthood, Daleiden said – to search for the videos he shot of Planned Parenthood officials talking about changing abortion procedures to get intact organs, or discussing how the harvesting scheme would lead to one official being able to buy a luxury car. Also in 2016, when Daleiden’s apartment was raided, Harris was running for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Barbara Boxer. Her campaign website asked supporters to defend Planned Parenthood – a conflict of interest so glaring that even the Los Angeles Times reported on it. Her hypocrisy was in evidence when, as a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, she asked William Barr, then President Trump’s nominee for U.S. attorney general, why he didn’t recuse himself from the probe into Russia’s alleged election meddling. Op-eds he wrote FIND THEM were a conflict of interest, Harris maintained, at the same time she was helping Planned Parenthood hide its baby parts harvesting scandal while accepting campaign donations from the nation’s largest abortion seller. Our nation is witnessing a surge of lawlessness and anarchy in the streets of major liberal cities, with Democratic leadership turning a blind eye to violence and crime, and even going so far as condoning it by calling it “peaceful protest” that should be protected. We are witnessing a double standard everywhere. Last week two pro-life college students who had a permit to sidewalk chalk in Washington D.C. were arrested for doing so. While D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser had “Black Lives Matter” painted in giant letters on the streets of D.C., these pro-life students were arrested for chalking “Black Unborn Lives Matter” in front of Planned Parenthood. For years Planned Parenthood and Democrats have called peaceful pro-life activists “terrorists.” They have sued and attempted to prosecute pro-lifers as racketeers, domestic terrorists and violent activists. I was sued by then-Attorney General Janet Reno for peacefully sitting and praying in front of the doors of Planned Parenthood and other abortion mills. Now we see organizations like ANITFA and other anarchist groups being hailed as peaceful protesters while their members take over city blocks, burn and vandalize buildings and violently attack police officers and first responders. This is considered a protected peaceful protest, while offering a woman an alternative to abortion or doing a peaceful sit in is considered terrorism. The disastrous effects of Read More »
Today on the Janet Morana LIVE Show: I highlight our Youth Outreach Director Bryan Kemper. Watch Here: https://youtu.be/coXxPMIdNto
Dear Friends, Please be assured of our prayers at this crucial time in our world. As one of the world’s largest and most visible pro-life organizations, we at Priests for Life have put together some great ideas and resources for you to get the pro-life message out from home, at this time when so many people cannot travel and, in some cases, are being asked not to leave the house. Here are some ideas for you: Connect with our Daily Live Broadcasts at www.EndAbortion.TV First of all, we have the daily celebration of Mass, with a pro-life homily, by Fr. Frank Pavone. Tune in at 10am ET. We have a daily Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3pm. We also have other live and pre-taped programming at various times of the day and night, bringing you educational pro-life updates. Our Executive Director, Janet Morana, will bring you helpful ideas for your time home as a family. Tune in to see her after the Rosary, at about 3:30pm ET. Evangelist Alveda King, and Bryan Kemper will also be making special broadcasts. Prepare for Elections 2020 You can prepare for the elections of 2020 by Praying the daily election prayer at www.ElectionPrayer.com Educating yourself about pro-life voting at www.ProLifeVote.com Volunteering to help with elections at www.ProLifeVolunteer.com Checking your voter registration status and having others do the same at www.CheckYourVoterRegistration.com This will be the most important election of your lifetime! Take part in our ongoing prayer campaign at www.PrayerCampaign.org. Use our daily prolife reflection at www.ProLifeReflection.com In particular, pray for victory in the current Supreme Court case. See www.SupremeCourtVictory.com and on that page read and learn more about this case. March 25, 2020 is the 25th Anniversary of St. John Paul II’s encyclical letter The Gospel of Life (“Evangelium Vitae”), a “Magna Charta” of the pro-life movement. Read this document for a solid biblical and doctrinal foundation of the Church’s opposition to abortion and concrete activity on behalf of life! Use the Priests for Life study guide as well, which contains reflection and discussion questions. All of this is at www.GospelOfLife.org. A coalition of national pro-life groups are urging people to journey through the nine months of pregnancy, with prayer, outreach, and education, so that people may learn about the development of the unborn child. This journey of “Baby Chris” begins on March 25th and concludes on Christmas Day. See www.BabyChris.org Pro-life T-shirt Fridays – Many groups are asking people to wear pro-life t-shirts on Friday, we think this is a great idea. We want you to wear your favorite pro-life t-shirts on Fridays and post them online to social media. If you don’t have a pro-life t-shirt you can get one from us at prolifeproducts.org Twitter Activism – Please follow Father Frank, Bryan Kemper, Alveda King and Janet Morana on twitter and help us by liking and retweeting our tweets. If everyone did this, it would create a snowball effect and get the message out far and wide. See our Twitter handles and other social media platforms on www.ProLifeSocialMedia.com Instagram and Facebook – We post many memes on our pages with pro-life messages. These memes Read More »
The other night I had a dream. I dreamt I was in Hell. It wasn’t like you think, It was sort of like this Earth. I remember walking down the street, Wandering about. I came upon a poor man, Shivering in the street. His feet were bare, His clothes were torn, Tangles in his hair. He looked as if He’d been beaten up, More than a time or two. His stench was heavy in the air, I had to hold my breath. As I turned away, A scream pierced my ear. The fragile woman laying there, Unable to move at all. As he ripped at her clothes, I could not stand to watch. He took from her what was not his, With no Remorse at all. I had to leave, I could not stand to watch. I started to feel her pain. Around the corner, I saw a girl. She smelled of cheap perfume. She smiled at me, And with a wink, Said all there was to say. Thirteen, maybe fourteen, That’s as old as she could be. Her parents must be worried: Where could their daughter be? Next I stumbled upon a child, His body, battered and bruised. I stood in shock As I looked up, He fell to the hands Of his own father. How much more Can I take Of these morbid scenes of Hell? Up in the distance, I see a line, Forming at a door. Out the back came a man, Carrying a garbage bag. In they filed To add to the pile Of America’s disgrace. All of a sudden, I tripped and fell, I was in great pain. But, wait a minute! This was a dream. How could I feel this pain? A dream indeed, No, not at all. This is our very own world. With all this wealth In the world, Why can’t we feed the poor? When we see someone Is in distress, Why can’t we call for help? Why won’t someone do something About parents who hurt their kids? And about this slaughter of pre-born babies, Why won’t someone speak out? Wait a minute! What am I saying? How can I be so blind? Why leave it up To someone else? What makes me so special? Oh God, Oh God, Please have mercy! Have mercy on my soul. This was not a dream, This was not Hell, This is the real world. Next time I walk Down these streets And see these morbid sights, Will I make an effort To make a difference In someone else’s life? The answer came in a dream, A dream I had last night. As I passed all those people, The face I saw was Christ’s.
This is an argument I get so often from people who don’t want to take a stand against abortion or get involved with pro-life work. They always say that other people don’t believe that abortion is killing a human so we can’t force “our morality” on them. Just because we are pro-life does not mean we should tell someone who is not pro-life they should not have an abortion. I will be honest; this to me is really just a cop-out, an excuse for people to not take a stand or get involved. The fact is, abortion is the taking of a human being’s life and whether someone refuses to see the truth does not change a clear fact. Just because you say that you don’t believe something that is true does not make it untrue. Let’s look at a few instances in law where people’s disagreement with a truth does not make a difference in the law at all: 1. NAMBLA, an organization that believes that it is morally ok for grown men to sleep with young boys. Yes, this is a real organization that really believes the rest of the world is “pushing their morality” on them by enforcing child molestation laws on them. Should we change the law to allow these perverse men to have sexual relations with young boys just because they believe it is ok? Of course not. 2. Civil Rights Laws, there are still those who think minorities should be segregated and treated as less then human. The whole Civil Rights Movement was forcing a morality on America that needed to be forced. It was imperative that we, as a nation, stood against those who would treat any human person as less than human and establish personhood rights for every single human person. 3. Women’s Suffrage, there are still those who believe that women should not have the right to vote… I think you get the point. The fact is, we, as a nation, have a duty to pass laws and protect people from inhuman treatment whether or not someone disagrees or not. We, as fellow humans, have a duty to stand up for any fellow human person when he or she is being oppressed, dehumanized or killed by the thousands every day. Morality is forced on people every day and that is not a bad thing. We force our morality on criminals when they commit crimes, we force our morality on bar owners when we tell them they can’t allow smoking in their establishments. The fact is that almost all laws are forcing some form of morality on someone. I understand that some people think that life does not begin at fertilization, but that does not change the fact that it does. The moment the sperm and egg are united, a unique human person is formed and has the right to full protection as a human person. When that child is “terminated” or “aborted,” that is an act of homicide. Hom-i-cide:–noun1. The killing Read More »
I have never met anyone who fights for the end of the practice of child killing we call abortion ever say they want to simply regulate it so we can keep fighting it. That is just not a logical or believable position for anyone who is pro-life. In reality, the fact that I am writing this piece is exhausting but necessary. There is an unfortunate divide in the pro-life world over compromise and when it is acceptable. There are actually many different levels of so called “no compromise” positions inside the very argument of whether a piece of legislation should be supported or not. The two extremes would be to embrace any legislation that can possible save some lives as we fight for more on our way to the total abolition or reject all legislation that is not 100 percent immediate abolition. In between that you have those who might accept only the least restrictive legislation because it might not get blocked by courts or those who will take an incremental law as long as there are zero compromises such as rape or incest. I normally don’t like to write about this publicly but I do believe it needs to be addressed as so many everyday people don’t know which camp to pitch their tent in and who to support in this battle. I think the last of word of my last paragraph is the key word, battle. Every time we see a new piece of legislation it is but a battle in a larger war. Every time we argue a new way to end some abortions we are picking a battle to chip away at the enemy, which is the pro-abortion industry. Of course we would want to have that one tactic, that one battle plan that could end the war on the sanctity of life in one fell swoop. I did not want to spend the past 30 years waking up every day thinking about all the children who will be killed today, I would love to move on to other endeavors in life. However I am also one who understands that sometimes things take time, they take planning, they take strategy and they take a faithful resilience to run the race and cross the finish line. Let’s looks at the military for a minute. We have several branches of military for a reason. There are many lines of defense and offense when it comes to war. For instance, if a certain piece of land needs to be taken you will have cooperation from the different branches to fight a particular battle. The Air Force may fly over and drop bombs to clear the way for the Army or Marines to advance while the Navy is offshore firing missiles. The fact is many things have to happen that in and of themselves will not win the battle. So what if you are on a ship in the ocean and several people fall overboard; what is the best way Read More »
One of the most mind-boggling arguments I hear from people on the issue of abortion is, “I’m morally opposed to abortion but I cannot tell someone else what to do and it should remain legal.” Every time I hear this argument it makes my head want to explode. I have often said to people that I’m sure many said that in the time of slavery. I ask them how they would react to someone saying, “I’m morally opposed to slavery but I would never tell anyone not to own a slave.” The reaction is always, “that’s not the same thing.” Before I get into my response I wanted to look at history and find people actually using that argument. I was recently in Lancaster, PA at the Catholic Marketing Network working the Priests for Life booth. I looked up historical references to Lancaster and found a lot about our 15th President, James Buchanan. One of the first things I read about Buchanan was that he was morally opposed to slavery but didn’t want to make it illegal. Not only had I found someone who used this contradictory argument, I found a US President who espoused this argument. He went beyond saying that it should remain legal and even went so far as to proclaim interference in slavery was an evil. On Dec 19, 1859 in his third annual message to Congress he said, “”Had it been decided that either Congress or the territorial legislature possess the power to annul or impair the right to property in slaves, the evil would be intolerable.” To him the attempt to stop slavery was more evil than slavery itself. I would argue that he couldn’t truly be morally opposed to an evil and yet support and defend the practice of that evil. He couldn’t call slavery evil if he believed and declared any attempts to interfere with slavery evil. So how is this the same thing when it comes to abortion? The answer is quite simple, both slavery and abortion are evils that take a group of human persons and strip them of their rights. Both slavery and abortion allow one group to determine the worth and value of another group and decide their fate. Buchanan in his writings and speeches proved beyond a shadow of doubt that he truly did not believe that black people were not truly equal humans. “What would be your situation, fellow-citizens, if negroes were admitted to an equality of political and social rights with white men and white women? …. The subject is too disgusting, and I recoil from it.” (speech on August 18, 1838) “Alas for the South! It is already ruined for years to come without immediate remedy. Negro equality & negro suffrage have already done their work.” (letter of November 2, 1867) “The opposition to Negro Suffrage in the South, as well as in the North, has been the principal cause of our triumph everywhere. Abandon this, & we are gone.” (letter of November 9, Read More »