Dr. Gerard M. Nadal
To some of the finest people I’ve been privileged to know:
For decades I heard the call in prayer to stand up against the monstrous evil that has been unfolding in this nation since Roe v. Wade, which was handed down when I was twelve years old.…Continue Reading »
When was the last time an industrial giant made a pro-lifer stand up and cheer? I did tonight when I saw Unilever’s new 4 1/2 minute film encouraging expectant parents to bring their children into the world, and introducing their new program for…Continue Reading »
It is well-known that women who receive so-called poor prenatal diagnoses are pressured by genetic counselors and obstetricians to abort the baby. Often, as in the case of Down syndrome, the diagnosis comes with just a week or two left before the…Continue Reading »
According to Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue there have been 44 abortion clinic closings this year. That would drive the total number of clinic closings since 1992 close to 75% of that year’s total. That is a monumental achievement for the…Continue Reading »
Groucho Marx used to tell of a man who went to see a psychiatrist:
So you see, doctor, the problem is that my brother thinks he’s a chicken.
Well, have you told him he’s not a chicken?
Because we need the eggs!
As the…Continue Reading »
In her hit piece against the pro-life movement Ms. Elizabeth Jahr, a senior at Marymount University in Arlington, Va., pens a missive about the perceived colossal waste of money spent by pro-lifers in our annual March on Washington, D.C. Read her…Continue Reading »
If yesterday's Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage were tough to swallow, this post will be even more of a challenge to accept. On the merits of the cases, dissenting Justice Scalia got it exactly right. No argument there. It’s where the blame…Continue Reading »
The corruption of innocence is a deadly sin, because it corrupts the innocents. Better a millstone be tied around the necks of those who corrupt the innocent and they be flung into the sea, said Jesus. He really never pointed out too many…Continue Reading »
There is good news in North Dakota this week as the legislature there has passed two bills: one outlawing gender-selective and eugenic abortions rooted in genetic anomalies, and the other outlawing abortion once a heartbeat is detectable. Get the…Continue Reading »
Pope Benedict XVI’s impending resignation, announced this morning, has opened the usual spate of questions prior to a conclave, as well as new ones about the status of a living Pope emeritus. Among some pro-lifers there is lots of buzz about…Continue Reading »
A response to the many queries I’ve been receiving about this topic:
The technological genie is out of the bottle.
We live in the age of Molecular Biology, where diagnostics (including those for Down Syndrome) are becoming much more accurate,…Continue Reading »