Thursday, April 13, 2006

New Priests for Life blog

If you like to read blogs, check out Father Frank Pavone's new pro-life blog on the Priests for Life Web site. Here's his invitation to visit the site.

I have started a blog! Please stop in at

I hope you also will decide to participate in an archdiocesan Helpers of God's Precious Infants Mass and rosary on the third Saturday of the month. Due to the Easter Triduum, the next Mass is scheduled on May 19 then every third Saturday throughout the year.

St. Michael the Archangel Church, 3354 W. 30th St., Indianapolis. Helpers of God's Precious Infants monthly pro-life ministry, Mass for Life by archdiocesan Office for Pro-Life Ministry, 8:30 a.m., drive to Clinic for Women (abortion clinic), 3607 W. 16th St., Indianapolis, for rosary, return to church for Benediction.

If you would like to participate in pro-life volunteer projects, call Servants of the Gospel of Life Sister Diane Carollo, director of the archdiocesan Office for Pro-Life Ministry, at 317-236-1521 or 800-382-9836, extension 1521, for information about Birthline, Project Rachel, the Gabriel Project and other ways you can help work to end the culture of death in secular society.

For more information about a variety of pro-life issues, log on to the Human Life International Web site at (you can also register for their e-mail newsletter) and the Priests for Life Web site at

And thanks for all that you do through prayer and service to help save the lives of preborn babies.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am dealing with a serious moral dilema; there is a young women who is severely depressed and is pregnant with her 4th conception. She has had two abortions and has two children for which she is unable to care for and were removed from her at birth. She has an alcoholic boyfrind who is currently in jail for threatening his father while in an alcoholic rage, going after him with a knife. This women does not have the wherewithall to use birth control nor do her several boyfriends. This baby will be subjected to some potentially life threatening challenges, not the least of which could be abandonment, starvation, and child abuse at the hands of the boyfriend/father.
Talking to someone like this about chastity would be pointless. The only time she feels loved is when she's sexually engaged. Does the Catholic Church realize that saving these babies who won't be given up for adoption because there are not many minority adoptive families around and because the boyfrined won't give up parental rights is subjcting them to possibly neglect, starvation, abuse, and even death? Would it not be the lesser of two evils to give this women a depoprovera injection every 3 months to prevent her from conceiving additional babies which may be aborted ot abused? I am very conflicted about this. Could you shed some light on this and offer suggestions about how to deal with these situations? They come up all too often. Thank you so much for your time. Linda Hunt