Sunday, November 27, 2005

50 Babies Survive Abortion Each Year (UK)

"A government agency is launching an inquiry into doctors’ reports that up to 50 babies a year are born alive after botched National Health Service abortions." "The investigation, by the Confidential Enquiry into Maternal and Child Health (CEMACH), comes amid growing unease among clinicians over a legal ambiguity that could see them being charged with infanticide." And the "pro-choice" crowd, pro-abortion to Christians, still want us to believe that this is a choice and not a life. We need to pray for the pro-abortion crowd to convert.


Please be careful to distinguish between prochoice and pro-abortion. It's a prochoice doctor who's spearheading the effort to stop aborting babies that might be born alive.

People make the journey at their own pace, and it does neither them nor mothers and babies any good to alienate them by calling them pro-abortion. The truly pro-abortion know who they are, and sooner or later the pro-CHOICE are going to get tired of being lied to and used. And then the was is almost won.

Unknown said...

I'm still discerning your comments. I like your blog very much, but don't you know that there is no difference between one who is for choice and one that is for abortion (rights). Abortion, is allowed in the most rarest of cases, and even then it is not allowed. Pope John Paul II made a saint out of Gianna who could have had an abortion to save her life, but instead chose life for her child!

I don't believe you think that pro-choice is not the same as pro-abortion.

Anonymous said...

We must consider all sides of being pro-life....If 50 babies lived in Europe (UK)we must think about the thousands who are being killed in Africa and Iraq. It's a matter of systemic change and of creating the culture of love, as JPII proposed. However, We should be carefull not to become Pro-birth instead of Pro-Life.

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