LET IT aLL sTART hERE
For Catholics who care...
What I've learned: My life is not a corporation, my body is not boardroom, my children are not employees, and I am not the CEO. God is.
The following happened to me last week at The 2015 March For Life in Washington, D.C.:
* I was swept up in sea of Pro-Life marchers
from at least 38 states that were easily identifiable; quite
possibly all 50 states may have been represented.
* I was impressed and moved by the large
turnout of high school and college students, men
and women who traveled long distances to march.
Those who had attended previous Marches indicated
that there was a significant increase in youth attendence
over previous years.
* I was humbled by the immensity and the
magnitude of the event.
* I was able to formulate an idea of what I see as
the scope of the conflict between Pro-Choice vs. Pro-Life.
The pilgrimage to Washington, D.C. afforded me
the opportunity to sit for a long time and ponder
what it all means. I am finally able to put words
to what I believe is the cause of the problem:
Many women forget the sacred responsibility
of their biology.