Skip to comments.Pro-Choice Nun: Defeat of Abortion Amdmt "Providential"
Posted on 12/09/2009 8:07:13 AM PST by marcbold
This may be the most disturbing thing you read all day.
A Catholic nun said that the defeat in the Senate of the pro-life Nelson amendment on the feast of the Immaculate Conception was "providential" and that Mary was the first woman in the bible to express "choice."
As you have probably heard by now the Nelson amendment to the health-care bill, which would have restricted federal funds from being used to fund abortions, has been defeated 54-45. This should be a sad day for all Catholics, but it is not.
In fact, one Catholic nun is downright giddy over the defeat. Sister Donna Quinn is pro-choice.
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The woman is a fool. Imagine being her.
I wonder if the words “I never knew you” mean anything to this “nun.”
OK what part of her faith does she not understand?
It is quite easy, there shall be no killing of a human life especially an innocent one and especially one which is still a baby in the stomach.
She did her vows and yet goes against her faith.
The Pope needs to get over here , do a few speeches and masses .
Once that is over he states that Catholics are against killing babies and that no Catholic should be expected to support that.
What would those supposed Catholics say in MA, RI,CT,NY,ME,VT,NJ,IL?
May Satan gnaw on her boiling skull for all eternity while she smells the mesenchyme of the babies she sent to their earthly death.
“Sister” Donna Quinn? I can see the church pews emptying as she speaks. Maybe if her parents had made a “choice”, dear Sister Donna wouldn’t be here to bother us.
The Catholic Church needs to ex-communicate child-murderers like this “Sister”.
Life is from G_d.
Everything develops from that simple belief.
This has nothing to do with Faith, but everything to do with the notion that a woman’s ‘freedom’ is not fulfilled until the ‘right’ to kill the child she carries is law, Man’s law.
When I was a kid we lived near a Convent, and my mother had tried to befriend several of the nuns who lived there. In most cases she came away absolutely shocked at some of the extreme far-fringe beliefs that many of these nuns expressed. (pro-Abortion, for Communism, abrupt diversions from Catholic doctrine, and a host of assorted sexual weirdness). She eventually stopped talking to nuns and developed this theory about how a lifetime of celebacy is not necessarily good for the human female brain.
This stands against everything I was ever taught being a cradle Catholic and having attended Catholic grade, junior high, and high school. By definition, she is NOT Catholic.
As a Catholic, I think that this vote on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, 0bama the abortionist giving a speech at ND, and rescinding the Mexico City policy with a Miraculous Medal in your pocket-as 0bama did, will lead to some big-time payback from Our Lady.
Sister, Mary wasn’t given a “choice”.
Neither was Sara.
You are a disgrace to your habit and to the Cross.
As a result of the feminist movement, a lot of disenchanted, angry man-hating women started joining convents. This is a lot of what we're seeing today.
I wonder how many Bishops agree with this nun?
this would have been in the mid-to-late 70’s. Several lifetimes worth of social devolution had occurred during tath time.
This will make you ill.
Done and done.
Of course she was: conceive or not-conceive.
Mary chose life.
The Dominicans around here in Ann Arbor (yes, Ann Arbor) are some of the most active pro-life advocates I have met.
Read the Scriptures more closely.
Mary was not given a choice. She was chosen, and she accepted.
The angel did not say, “If you want to, Mary., if not I have Plan B lined up...” The angel said “The Holy Spirit will...”
She choose “yes” because of her faith in God to do the impossible, and to honor her, with the privilege. Check Luke 1:31 and 1:38.
Done and done. I choose Scriptures, not your own personal interpretation of Scriptures.
Step away from Calvin and toward Christ.
She choose yes....
Ok, “choose” wasn’t the right word. She “said” yes.
God knew the answer before the question was asked.Or don’t you think so?
This has nothing to do with Calvin. Where did Mary “choose”?
Where was she given a choice? Did the angel say “ I’ll be back in an hour—think about it,OK, and let me know?”
She was told she was chosen, not asked for her opinion.
Her only question was how it could happen,in effect, without human agency. Her faith was such that she didn’t hem or haw about what would happen.
That’s why the nun’s whole position on “Mary’s choice” is so nonsensical.
There’s nothing in the Scripture that indicates she was given an op-out clause to consider. God’s ways are not our ways. He knew her answer would be “yes”. Her faith is a testament to her walk with God.
That was my point—her response was immediate because of her faith. There was no time of choosing involved, which is what the nun insinuates with her view of Mary’s decision making process.
That does not mean He controlled it. Mary has as much free will as you or I do.
Correct. He did not control it. He did not have to.
Such was the level of her faith. Even if she could not understand how it could happen, she didn’t argue about it, but accepted what her Father ordained for her.
To me, that’s what makes Mary so special—her faith.
I ask for that kind of faith.
It will be good though if the pro-life amendment is not in the conference report and that causes pro-life rats in the house to defeat the bill.
Chicago area nun? My mom will be angry.