Skip to comments.The reality of abortion - YouTube-style
Posted on 11/15/2009 10:38:26 AM PST by wagglebee
A video describing a first-trimester abortion -- produced by Priests for Life and published on YouTube -- has reached a milestone.
The YouTube video has been viewed more than a million times. Spokeswoman Janet Morana tells OneNewsNow that Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life plays host as he describes in direct but delicate terms just exactly what happens during an abortion.
Using a fetal model and actual tools of abortion, Pavone says "this instrument I have in my hands was actually used to kill babies in the way that I'm about to describe" -- adding that "this is the gruesome reality of what abortion is."
Morana says the frequency of the viewing of the three-minute video makes her group hopeful -- because the problem in society, she feels, is that the words "abortion" and "choice" have lost their meaning and people are not sure about what happens during an abortion.
(Excerpt) Read more at onenewsnow.com ...
Only the heartless will continue to support abortion after they really see what it is.
I don’t think I have to look at it to know it’s way beyond deplorable. Forgive me if I leave that for my mind to fill in the blanks instead.
I’ve seen enough images, I don’t need to see any more.
Not only over a million views but over 100,000 comments on that youtube page.
I saw a suction abortion in 1972, and was absolutely appalled. I will never forget looking at the collection bottle on the suction machine and praying for everyone in the room, including the child whose life was taken. Here we are decades later and how many millions of abortions have been done! God bless Fr. Pavone for his ministry.
Father Pavone is an amazing man and totally dedicated to the protection of life.
Dear God, forgive us. That’s a collective “us.” We as a society have failed the most innocent and vulnerable among us. That is why I ask for God’s forgiveness. For all of us.
First they came for the bastard unborn
for they had no voice.
Then they came for me
and there was no one left.