July 4, 2017
Bishop John Keenan, of Paisley, writes a good summary of recent events:
“24 June BMA votes to back abortions up to birth in the UK. 27 June Amnesty calls for the decriminalisation of Abortion in the UK. 28 June BPAS releases survey suggesting record levels of support for abortion. 30 June Labour MP Stella Creasy forces the abortion issue at the Queen’s Speech and the Conservatives concede to funding for abortions for Irish women travelling to England.
Is it just me or does this look like a wholesale attack on the right to life of the unborn?
All these abortions involve our country in the killing of human beings and surely killing fellow human beings is more a harbinger of the impending collapse of a culture than any marker of a progressive society.”
Please sign this petition to say No to abortion decriminalisation: http://spucscotland.org/petition/
March 3, 2015
Some pictures say more than words ever can and this is certainly one of them. A baby miscarried at 7 weeks and born completely intact shows us and the world the true humanity of this tiny child.
As the family relates about their miscarried son David:
“I had a miscarriage on Palm Sunday last year. We think he was a boy and named him David Raphael.
My only prayer when the doctor told me at 11 weeks that my baby had died a month earlier (at 7 weeks gestation), was that I would have something to bury. The doctor said he would either be too small to find or that his fragile body would be crushed in the miscarriage process and there wouldn’t be anything left.
On Palm Sunday afternoon he came out. The entire sac was in tact and there he was still floating in the amniotic water.
I took a picture so I wouldn’t forget that moment and how God answered my prayer. I think it would be an amazing photo to show people contemplating abortion. Even though he was only 7 weeks when he died, you can see his little arms and legs forming.
My 4 year old was looking through my phone when I wasn’t looking one day and found the picture. He came up to me with it and asked me whose baby it was. Even a child can tell that at 7 weeks, the fetus is a little person.”