Skip to comments.Pope Francis Prays for End to Abortion on Feast of ‘Holy Innocents
Posted on 12/29/2017 7:19:52 PM PST by Mrs. Don-o
On the day when Christians commemorate the massacre of the holy innocents by King Herod, Pope Francis prayed for all the children who are not allowed to be born, in reference to the millions of victims of abortion.
In his daily posting on Twitter, the Pope also offered prayers for all the children who cry with hunger, or who hold weapons in their hands instead of toys:
This is not the first time Pope Francis has likened the systematic slaughter of unborn children through abortion with the massacre wrought by King Herod some 2,000 years ago, in an effort to eliminate the infant Jesus whom he saw as a competitor for his throne.
In his Christmas message of 2014, Francis drew similarly inspiration from the baby Jesus being hunted down by King Herod to speak of abused and massacred children, starting with those killed by abortion.
Baby Jesus, Francis began, My thoughts go to all children who are killed and abused today. First among these, the Pope spoke of those destroyed before they ever see the light of day, deprived of the generous love of their parents and buried in the selfishness of a culture that does not love life.
On Italys annual Day for Life last February, the Pope pledged his support for the pro-life movement, and called on Christians to pray for unborn children in danger of being aborted.
After his weekly Angelus message, Francis said that he supported bold educational action in favor of human life. Every life is sacred!
Let us join together and pray for babies who are in danger of being aborted, as well as for people w
Throughout his pontificate, Francis has repeatedly spoken out against abortion, comparing the abortion industry to the Mafia and calling abortion itself a horrendous crime.
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Insert broken clock metaphor here
Is this the same pope that recently praised Italy’s #1 abortionist?
Don’t worry. Trump is coming.
Mrs. Don-o wrote: ***Got one right.***
Yes, but it IS what is called a ‘no brainer.’
Credit is still due whenever credit is due. Although Franciscus gives me more reasons lately to question; rather than to congratulate, he got this one right indeed...
When the King was born in Bethlehem,
the Magi arrived from the East with gifts guided by a Star on high,
but Herod was troubled and mowed down the children like wheat;
for he lamented that his power would soon be destroyed.
even a broken clock is correct twice a day
Bi-polar? Dissociative Personalty Disorder? Worse?