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GOC01 Abortion / Euthanasia

"America has serious problems of poverty, discrimination, and homelessness. But no Americans are poorer, or more discriminated against, or more homeless than the aborted babies: nameless, helpless, defenseless, penniless, naked, abandoned by their parents, forced out of their uterine homes, forsaken by society, stripped of all legal rights, labeled as sub-humans, denied baptism, denied the last rites, denied anesthesia, tortured, murdered, cannibalized for their organs, denied decent burials, cremated, or discarded with the trash, and then totally forgotten" (Fr. Paul Marx, OSB, PhD).



All crimes against the sacred "Human Right to Life", especially murder by abortion, should not only be illegal, but it should also be unthinkable! Including the criminal manipulation of human embryos, since it tantamount to the repulsive and arrogant destruction of pre-born human lives in the name of science(!). In addition, the legalization of abortion on demand, inevitable and gradually, will also "enforce" the self-destruction, from the root, of any State Judicial System stupid enough to decriminalized “abortion-on-demand”, maybe the most horrendous system of organized crime possible to mankind, now sponsored and protected… by Law (!).



"O God, by your mercy give us grace to accept with serenity the things that cannot be changed, the courage to change the things which should be changed, and the wisdom to distinguish the one from the other.(...) " The Serenity Prayer.

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Pope [St.] Paul VI Foundation: 45th anniversary - "Quietus Ora, Adora et Labora, ad majorem Dei gloriam!"

The 'ambition' to do Good and keep doing Good for others should have no limits!

(That's our powerful Mission Statement, from day one, 45 years ago! Please join us and share it. How? Do all the Good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, at all the places you can, at any time, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can. Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta literally taught us to “Always help whoever you can, whenever you can, and however you can, even if it's just with something small, but always try to do some Good. God doesn't require us to succeed, He only requires that you try." )