While prayers for the soul of Rabbi Balfour Brickner are certainly proper, the statement offered by an official of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops upon Rabbi Brickner’s passing is a source of scandal
“Hollywood continues to pound the American public with the message that the lives of the disabled are not worth living; that such a life is a commodity that can be taken at one’s own whim,” said Shannon Flanagan, college outreach director of American Life League’s Rock for Life.
American Life League has published an ad in today’s Washington Times that urges all Catholic bishops to enforce canon law and rebuke those individuals who publicly support the heinous act of abortion.
American Life League is publishing a full-page ad in this weekend’s edition of The Washington Times, asking Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the Catholic archbishop of Washington, D.C.
“The battle to save Terri Schiavo from murder by starvation and dehydration grows more critical by the moment,” said Joe Starrs, director of American Life League’s Crusade for the Defense of Our Catholic Church.
This Monday, October 3, American Life League will mark its first-ever Pro-Life Memorial Day by holding a candlelight vigil outside the U.S. Supreme Court building from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
“Today’s attempted arrest in Los Angeles of the student participants in American Life League’s Crusade for the Defense of Our Catholic Church is beyond scandalous,” said Judie Brown, president of American Life League.
News of the resignation of Susan Woods, director of the FDA’s Office of Women’s Health, in the wake of the administration’s non-decision regarding the over-the-counter status of Plan B once again shows the controversial nature of this drug.
“Pro-abortion Hollywood has sunk to a new low. Chris Rock, the person chosen to host the year’s premier entertainment awards show, has called abortion a ‘beautiful thing,’” said Erik Whittington, director of American Life League’s Rock for Life.
American Life League will kick off its Summer Crusade for Life walks by unveiling a new ad featuring one of the most pro-abortion Catholics in the United States Senate.
Sen. Bill Frist’s announcement that he has reversed his opinion on the expansion of human embryonic stem cell research is beyond repugnant to many in the pro-life community.