La Crosse, WI – ProLifeCorner.com – 6-6-2014 – by Staff – At an orphanage run by the Bon Secours Sisters in Tuam, County Galway, a former septic tank was found filled with bones of infants who died of natural causes and possibly neglect. County Galway death records showed that the children, mostly babies and toddlers, died often of sickness or disease in the orphanage during the 35 years it operated from 1926 to 1961.
All good people are horrified by this find. All good people should also be aware that those who ran this Irish orphanage may have been responsible for the poor conditions that could have been partially responsible for some of these deaths. Sadly, this kind of horrifying scandal continues today as we have a Catholic hospital in La Crosse, Wisconsin, run by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, that is directly responsible for the vicious, brutal, and direct murders of babies by the abortionists on the hospital staff. http://exposemayo.com/
There are very disturbing similarities between these cases:
1. In both cases Catholic religious orders that are supposed to protect life are contributing to the deaths of innocent children.
2. In both cases the Bishops of the Dioceses are silent as children are abused.
3. In the case of the Irish orphanage, the bodies of the children were thrown into a septic tank. In the case of the babies killed by the three abortionists on staff at Franciscan Mayo Hospital, the bodies of dead girls and boys are treated as medical waste. In both cases children are treated as human sewage and in both cases these deceased children are denied a Christian burial.
We do have some very real differences in these cases as well:
1. The situation at the orphanage may have resulted from the poverty and lack of resources available to sisters who ran the orphanage at the time. We do know that this is not the case at Franciscan Mayo Hospital because abortionists can make millions of dollars by killing children.
2. Many Catholics are speaking out today against the deadly situation of three abortionists on the staff of the Catholic hospital.
3. By the grace of God, the situation of poorly run orphanages in Ireland has come to an end whereas the Franciscan Sisters in La Crosse show no sign of ending the deadly practice of having abortionists on staff at their Catholic hospital.
What this story comes down to is a lack of leadership and compassion in the Church, a silent Bishop, and a religious order that refuses to acknowledge that a grave and deadly injustice is taking place. They refuse to say, “We will have no doctors on staff who directly and intentionally murder babies in the womb.”
This story also comes down to you and me. Will we be silent or will we, with charity and truth, say to Bishop Callahan and the Franciscan Sisters, “It is time for the killing to stop and the healing to begin.”?
Please email your thoughts to Bishop Callahan and Sister. Maybe they will listen!
Sister Karen Lueck, FSPA email@example.com
Bishop William Patrick Callahan firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: All of our comments below are excellent and are worthy of taking time to read, but we draw your attention to the latest comment from “ForcedIntoAbortion”. As this poster so rightly asks, “Is anybody out there?” “Does anybody care…”