Notre Dame President Will Join March for Life, Form Pro-Life Task Force
South Bend, IN – In apparent attempt to regain favor with pr-life Catholics upset that Notre Dame invited pro-abortion President Barack Obama to give its commencement address and gave him an honorary degree, university president John Jenkins says he will attend the 2010 March for Life.
Or maybe, just maybe he is marching because he BLIEVES in the pro-life movement!
LifeNews is so biased towards conservatives it is sickening. . .
Why does the Pro-Life movement exclude some who share their cause but who are not die hard conservatives who dislike the President. They could have more diverse support if they weren’t so exclusionary.
You must not be a Christian…only because Christians believe that with Christ nothing is too little or too late. Are you of another religion? Just curious, as there are many others on this board who join simply to learn more about the Catholic faith, which is great…I’m glad they are on here. I really don’t mean any offense. God Bless…
How did everybody like the part where, to paraphrase, President Obama said, “I can’t change your mind and don’t try to change mine on abortion.” After all we wouldn’t want one of his daughters to suffer for a “mistake”.
Actually, I am not pro-death. As a matter of fact, like most graduates of Our Lady’s University, I am extremely pro-life. I have been my entire life. I oppose abortion and work and pray tirelessly in the hope that soon it is illegal and a thing of the past. I am also whole-heartedly against euthenasia as well as the death penalty.
I try my hardest to act like a Christian should act. I spread the Gospel, love Christ, and keep a positive outlook on all things, because with Christ there is no darkness.
I also am a sinner…like everyone else. And, I pray that I can be a better person each and every day of this great life given to me by our Lord.
May His mother’s grace shine upon us all.
Enough about me though…
God bless you too:D
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