- The Washington Times - Thursday, January 19, 2012


It’s been nearly four decades since Roe v. Wade, and the matter of abortion is still not settled law. With ultrasound, it is difficult to deny that abortion is morally wrong when we can see the murder of an innocent human being. Still, there always will be some who perceive it as a necessary evil.

With progressive, left-wing White House efforts to expand and fortify this culture of death, we must have the moral integrity and courage to face the political pressure. We can do this by following our consciences and refusing cooperation with immorality passing itself off as medicine.

Science and faith will both lead mankind to the truth, which is infinite and beautiful. We must not fall into despair that abortion will never end. Instead, we must pray for those who are involved in the abortion industry that they will receive insight into the truth.


Pro-life chairman

Knights of Columbus, Council 1246

Bellaire, Ohio

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