Skip to comments.Fight for the rights of the unborn, and think no less of a child born out of wedlock...
Posted on 06/15/2014 10:05:02 PM PDT by Laissez-faire capitalist
1.) Fight for the rights of the unborn.
2.) Think no less of a baby/infant/child brought to you without any parent, without any Godparents, as you do not know the future. Which to you is better: baptizing a baby brought to you by good RC parents,that God knows will grow up to deny your faith and be a hell-raiser, or one that asas no one there with him/her or born out ofof wedlock to lapsed parents that God knows will turn out to be righteous?. Who cares about then and there? God told Samuel that He can see what no man can.
3.) Never think less of a woman who gives birth out of wedlock or more of the antithesis. God doesn't, Jesus didn't, so why should you?
4.) #3 goes for the child, too.
5.) Realize that ne Godparent who is RC and one who isn't and are good people, are worth more than teo sorry excuses who are RV snd want to be Godparents. Let the first sign the official psper work, not the latter.
The aforementioned is for RC priests.
If you can't do the aforementioned...find another profession.
Oh, BTW, make things right. Who cares what others think. Give all mass grave infants/babies an official church burial, or be relegated to being heartless.
Stil bgnging away at this issue?
I to am typing on ipad kyboard
The USA is seen as a population safety-valve for Mexico and South America.
No, what I am taking about is an open heart movement - one open to hurting mothers and children
Moms do the right thing and don’t abort their babies, and still they are treated like you garbage, along with their kids.
Don’t want unwed moms to slink off and abort their children? Don’t look down on them then, RC’s.
Don’t want unwed moms on food stamps? Neither do I, but it’s better than having an abortion...
Sorry about the spelling errors. It’s late... Should have said adios two hours ago...
I never make an issue of bad spelling with others, as we all eventually have a glass house issue, and will err.......
Nope, a tablet, but I am quite worn out, taxed and very tired. This is the last post for the night.
Just wondering...you still banging away, too?
Think I am something to talk about, check out all the threads related to this. Pretty much the same foaming at the mouth, their church is never, ever wrong, RC die-hards always at it.
I pale in comparison to them, and thus since you paid me a visit, you will have to pay them one, too.
A nation’s treatment of the unborn is their litmus test for their attitude towards human life. When human life has no value, we have the basis for tyranny.
I know of no-one who treats unwed mothers like garbage. (I'm sure they exist....)
But it is still pro-life to describe the situation of being an unwed mother as being a problem. After all, what is the best environment for raising a child?
It IS NOT a big a problem as the brutal murder of abortion, but we need to somehow push society back to where the vast majority of children being born to married couples. And in order to do this, we need to push males to be men again.
Here - His Holiness’ own words, video at link:
A girl-mother goes to the parish to ask for Baptism for her child and hears a Christian say, No, you can’t have it, youre not married.
Look at this girl who had had the courage to carry her pregnancy to term and not to have an abortion. What does she find? A closed door, as do so many. This is not good pastoral zeal, it distances people from the Lord and does not open doors. So when we take this path...we are not doing good to people, the People of God. Jesus instituted seven sacraments, and with this approach we institute the eighth, the sacrament of the pastoral customs office.
Are there intolerant priests in the Catholic faith? Of course there are. Are there not the same in the various Protestant denominations? Do you never see a single mother shamed by behind the hand whispers by some members of the faith?
The rule is clear and in our Saviors own words: “Suffer the little children to come to me.” There is no get out clause on that. No escape from a commanded duty.
Children are a joy to be welcomed into the world and into the faith.
Every body exhumed at that home for unwed mothers will have to be given an official church burial on consecrated ground, and declared to have went to heaven. We all know that babies when they die go to heaven:
Jesus’ disciples: “Master, who sinned, this man [in the womb, or his parents that he was born blind?”
Babies don't sin in the womb, and they don't sin right after birth, a month later, a year later, etc.
All those babies are in heaven. Fact.
Priests, get to consecrating a cemetery in Ireland.....
First, you don’t understand infant baptism. There isn’t time to explain in detail. Short version analogy: why inoculate a child against diseases when you know he / she is going to shoot heroin? Second, Jesus did judge the woman to be stoned for adultery. She was an adulterer , not an unwed mother. Finally (again with the judgment) “Go and sin NO MORE”.
I would agree it's wrong, but I'm wondering how big a problem it actually is. It seems it would be limited to a few isolated nutcases who have an empire and a God complex.
Speak for yourself. You can argue all you want that human beings are good enough to get to heaven on their own, without Jesus, just by being born, but don't tell Catholics they have to believe it. To us it's still the Pelagian heresy.