Planned Parenthood Vs. The Catholic Church!!!

OK, so this is my third post tonight...yeah, I'll go away after this one but had to share this...so my "god-fearing" 90 year old Catholic Father who persuaded me to take him to church last week sat in the pew next to me...whether he understood what was being preached or whether he was asleep I just don't know...but what really turned me off, once again, about the Catholic Church is that they were preaching about planned parenthood and how WRONG it is and that every child conceived should be born and all that....well, if that were the case, there would be thousands of unwanted children in this world and who to take care of them? Fathers? NO. Mothers? Maybe. Planned Parenthood maybe should have been in effect in the 60's and maybe all of us broken souls without a Father wouldnt be in so much pain, eh??? Yeah, lets think about that for a moment. And how many irresponsible teenagers out there today are getting pregnant and having , well, US again?????? What the heck??? WHY would a Catholic preist not see the REALITY of things in the REAL world today and realize that Planned Parenthood is a neccesity!!! OMG! Without it can you imagine all the unwanted children being born in this cruel world??? Crazy!!!! Also, I do believe that a human is not a human with a soul until it is BORN....at that moment it receives its soul and becomes a living, feeling, breathing human being.....Anyone, Anyone??? Thoughts? Anyone?
dustrising dustrising
51-55, F
1 Response Sep 11, 2012

So, not disagreeing. The "right to life" movement -- not just the Roman Catholic Church, there's others -- has got itself caught in trying to hold back the tide because someone decided that a person is created immediately on implantation, or even before. <br />
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Which lets the guy slink away -- and sadly, many do. The RTLs don't focus on them.<br />
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That said. No child should feel unwanted, or be treated the way you have been. No matter how they arrive in this world. It sounds like you have done wonderfully well, and that there are a lot of people out there who need to look in the mirrors of their hearts and say, "I really screwed up there, I caused a good person a lot of unnecessary hurt."<br />
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You need only look in the mirror, though, and say, "Look at me. I took the person who hurt me the worst, I took him in to care for him. I am his community; what was not given to me, I am giving him. I am a Servant to the unworthy. When he leaves, he takes his pain with him, and it will be none of mine, because I did the good that he did not do." <br />
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You should take pride in that, make sure everyone knows what you're doing, and what they can do to help.<br />
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Might find some people at church who can lend a hand, too. Even the RTL's.