Monday, January 25, 2016

No Mass Today, Our Priests Are All In Jail

Do the Bishops have the power to stop abortion, or don't they? Often I have tried to express the answer to that question in a more sublime fashion but no more concrete a rejoinder can be offered than the following:
A friend of mine sent me the statement below which he said was posted yesterday as a comment on The Vortex. This, my friends, explains it all. How many bishops stand on the podium at the March for Life like politicians? One of the reasons we still have abortion is because our shepherds have never acted like they believe the baby is the same as the rest of us. If they did, they would have been leading the sit-ins to save the babies. And if they all ended up in jail; there would have been signs on the churches saying, "No Mass today, our priests are all in jail." How long do you think abortion would have lasted if every bishop had acted that way?

1 comment:

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Thanks for linking to my post. If the shepherds would lead, the people would follow. Maybe we all belong in jail until the murder stops. Then all the people who respect life can be supported by all the murderers on the outside. The jails would be much pleasanter places I suspect and I say that as one who has seen the inside of the Alexandria jail, the Arlington jail, and the Erie County, NY detention center. I wish I had the courage of the two Canadian ladies to keep going into the abortion mills and facing the consequences.