There is a rumor that the Holy Innocents' Foundation (HIF) has started a petition against the Abolish Human Abortion (AHA) protestors outside the HIF chapel office complex. We know of no such petition.
The group [AHA], it seems in our opinion and from our observation that, they are very disruptive, extremely anti-Catholic, hateful and accusatory toward anyone who enters the driveway regardless of where they are going.
We asked the other owners their opinions and they said leave it be. After multiple calls to WAPD from other office complex residents, the police asked and it was unanimous that they should remain on public space not on private.
The mission of the HIF is to peace and prayer. The AHA is completely opposite of our mission. We have already saved 6 babies. I don't believe they can say the same.
Fr M Price Oswalt
President & Chaplain
Response from Archbishop Paul S. Coakley
The Holy Innocents Foundation is not a ministry of the Archdiocese. They were established to be a quiet prayerful witness to the sanctity of life and to pray for an end to abortion, especially here in Oklahoma City. Their chief means of achieving this end is through adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
Philadelphia, PA (LiveActionNews) — Kermit Gosnell has been on trial for murder for the past month and a half. By now you’ve heard it all before: the filthy conditions, the racist practices, the contaminated instruments, and – of course – the babies delivered alive and killed by snipping their necks with scissors.
I say we acquit him.
There is nothing more disgusting about pulling a baby out and killing her than there is about sticking an instrument into the womb and killing her. Why is it worse if she’s a foot away? Is the difference location? Should a few feet of space be the difference between “perfectly legal” and “first degree murder?”
It’s preposterous. The whole trial is kind of a sham. Let him go. If it’s legal a few feet to the left inside the womb, then why not just let it be legal a few feet to the right outside the womb?
www.3801lancaster.com A documentary film about Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia Women's Medical Society disaster, and the cover-up by state and local oversight agencies.
In a stunning moment of honesty for an organization that is usually so careful to cloak its abortion practice with other more benign services, Planned Parenthood publicly supported allowing a baby born alive after a botched abortion to be killed.
Here is the actual testimony of Planned Parenthood lobbyist Alisa LaPolt Snow to Florida legislators, as reported by the Weekly Standard:
"[I]t is just really hard for me to even ask you this question because I’m almost in disbelief," said Rep. Jim Boyd. "If a baby is born on a table as a result of a botched abortion, what would Planned Parenthood want to have happen to that child that is struggling for life?"
A new study has found that women with a history of induced abortion were more likely to experience metabolic syndrome compared to women who had never had abortions, increasing their risk for cardiovascular disease, diabetes and stroke.
Women who had a history of induced abortion were 1.25 times more likely to have metabolic syndrome compared to women who had never had abortions. No significant association was found between women who had a history of spontaneous abortion, or miscarriage, and increased risk of metabolic syndrome.
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