ProLifeCorner – by Frank J. Munda- On November 8, 2016, we Americans will cast our vote in the most decisive election in the history of the United States. In this election we will decide if we are to continue as a republic or freely and openly choose to be ruled by those of the radical left.
Some like to say that Trump is a great unknown; however he is looking like a choir boy compared to Clinton. ( See: Trump makes a contract with America) The past eight years of Obama’s failed policies and Hillary Clinton’s influence in this administration is appalling.
Bill and Hillary Clinton have a legacy of corruption, lies, and cover-ups.. Some people want to turn a blind eye on the failed policies of the Bill and Hillary administration when they were Governor of the state of Alabama, and the eight years of radical anti-life, and failed policies of the Bill and Hillary Presidential administration. We now have the scandal of cover ups between Obama and Hillary e-mail deletions and the countless lies. Starting at the very beginning of the Obama administration he defined veterans and pro-life citizens as terrorists! The same veterans that protected the freedom that helped Obama to rise to power. Now Hillary wants to use the office of the President of the United States to exercise her anti-life, anti-Christian hatred and bigotry. Continue reading →
Dear Beloved God in Heaven Please give us a President that loves this Country and everything it stands for.
Please give us a President who respects you as the one true God.
Please give us a President who will, with your help; restore this nation to its former glory, the way you created her. Please give us a President that will not try to destroy our Churches.
Please help us to respect what you have given to us and not take anything for granted….ever again.
Please God, weaken the evil and strengthen the good; both within and without. May our eyes be opened.
“Whoever does not carry his own cross and come after me cannot be my disciple “
Temple Grandin was diagnosed with autism when she was a child. The doctor who officially diagnosed her, following the protocol of the time, recommended that she be institutionalized. But her mother would not hear of it. Despite the dire diagnosis, Temple’s mother and a few far-visioned teachers recognized in her a young woman of exceptional talents and abilities and helped Temple unlock them.
Most comfortable around animals, Temple grew up to become a sought-after animal behaviorist and livestock consultant.
Temple Grandin tells her story in her best-selling books, her autobiography Thinking in Pictures: My Life With Autism, and her memoir Emergence. Her extraordinary life is also the subject the award-winning HBO film called Temple Grandin.Continue reading →
ProLifeCorner- Our readers often send us many wonderful comments on one article or another. However one comment, in particular, stood out. We feel it is so good we want to be sure everyone has a chance to read it and ponder the truth of it.
We thank Gail for the time and knowledge it took to send us this work, but we especially thank her for her many years of dedication in counseling at an abortion mill. May God richly bless her and all pro-life counselors for their selfless work.
Are You Singing a Little Louder?
By Gail H. “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing,” said Edmund Burke. As a sidewalk counselor for many years, I am sick (to death) of all of the excuses given by so-called “Christian pro-lifers” when asked to pray near an abortion mill. If asked if they would die for Christ, they would go on and on about how they would do anything for Christ. Somehow I find that hard to believe, since they cannot even come out to pray just for a few minutes near the abortion mill. They have all sorts of complaints. They complain about the heat or cold or rain or snow, yet will stand outside in the church parking lot for at least 30 minutes or more in all kinds of weather, probably while talking about how valiant they are and how they want to die for Christ. Continue reading →
ProLifeCorner.com – 8-6-2016 – by Rockford Pro-Life Initiative – The first thing that needs to be understood is the passage of SB 1564 means health care professionals and Pregnancy Care Centers starting January 1, 2017 will be legally bound to help any mother who wants to murder her baby find an abortion mill as well as tell her of the benefits of abortion. This is wrong and we know it.
That is why many were confused when the Catholic Bishops came out as “neutral” concerning this deadly law but this statement from the Illinois Catholic Conference and the Catholic Health Association tell the sad story.
“We reached an agreement with the bill’s sponsor that reflects the current medical practices in Catholic hospitals. Catholic health care ethicists and Catholic hospital lawyers participated in the negotiations.”
Catholic hospitals have already been giving pregnant mothers information on where she can have the beating heart of her child stopped and the child’s tiny body crushed by an abortionist. In a Catholic Hospital, it appears from this statement above, all you have to do is ask where to get an abortion and you will be given contact information. Continue reading →
ProLifeCorner.com – 8-1-2016 – by Staff – We know many of our readers look forward to articles from Mark Pickup, one of the valiant pro=life leaders in both Canada and the United States. This article truly educates all of us on suffering and the value of suffering. As you may know, Mark has been dealing with MS for over 30 years. His perspective is one of faith, courage, and great wisdom. At one point or another all of us have suffered in some way during our lives. We here at the Pro Life Corner have personal knowledge of people who are suffering from cancer or other terrible illnesses and who are doing so with such dignity and joy, yes joy, for life. They value their suffering and offer it to our Lord, who suffered so much for all of us. If a book on great courage and faith were to be written today, we know Mark and our other friends would surely be included in it. Continue reading →
7-12-2016 – ProLifeCorner – A good friend of the Pro Life Corner sent us this article. It clearly shows how only one person can make a huge difference in the lives of so many. Over 100 babies have been born thanks to the courage, devotion, and faith of this one man. We should all learn from his example and go out to help save the lives of the many unborn who are being subjected to a heinous death due to abortion.Continue reading →
ProLifeCorner- By Larry Plachno-Sustainability has recently become an attractive catchword in business and industry. In addition to the obvious meaning that a particular procedure or product can be ongoing or continuous, it also tends to carry the connotations of being healthy and eco-friendly.
Our society is no longer sustainable due in large part to abortion and related actions or attitudes. In fact, our society has become unsustainable in three different ways. One is that we can no longer agree on good and evil or common goals. The second is that we have moved to harming society rather than supporting it. And the third is that because of abortion and related actions we have become an endangered species and our society is dying out.
You probably will not find any of these three critical items discussed in the mainstream media to any extent. Yes, topics will come up from time to time but their negative impact on our society is rarely mentioned and little will be said about abortion and related decisions and actions as the cause. Continue reading →
Samaritan Woman at the Well: A Different Perspective
The woman said to Him, ‘Sir, I can see that you are a prophet? Our ancestors worshipped on this mountain; but you people say that the place to worship is in Jerusalem.”
In 1923, the Jewish theologian Martin Buber wrote an immensely influential little book entitled I and Thou. Buber’s main point is that there are two ways of relating to other people in our lives: We can see them as objects to be used – what Buber calls an “I-it” relationship; or we can see others as having feelings, dreams and needs as real and as important as our own that can be the basis for dialogue and relationship – an “I-Thou” relationship.
In his memoirs, Buber tells the story of how he came to his theory of I-Thou and I-It. When he was a professor of philosophy at a university in Germany, a young student came to see him. The student had received his draft notice to serve in the German army in World War I. He was a pacifist by nature and afraid of being killed in battle, but, at the same time, he was a loyal and fiercely patriotic German. He asked Buber what he should do: serve his country and risk being killed or claim conscientious objector status and perhaps leave another young man to be killed in his place. Continue reading →
I just had to send a note to tell you how much I love you and care about you. I saw you yesterday as you were walking with your friends. I waited all day hoping you would want to talk with me also. As evening drew near, I gave you a sunset to close your day and a cool breeze to rest you. And I waited. But you never came. It hurt me but I still love you because I am your friend.
I saw you fall asleep last night and I longed to touch your brow. So, I spilled moonlight on your pillow and your face. Again I waited, wanting to rush down so that we could talk. I have so many gifts for you. But you awakened late the next day and rushed off to work. My tears were in the rain. Continue reading →