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Have you heard of Life/Peace/Justice: A Conference on Life Issues yet?
”We want to start a conference - hopefully annual - but definitely impactful. We want to ensure that young people are talking about the issues that matter most to the endurance of society: Life. Peace. Justice.That means getting conference space, arranging for speakers to give amazing presentations, and organizing outreach and attendance. For the scope of what we hope to achieve, this is no small feat.
But this conference is not just the work of Life Matters Journal; it is the fruit of collaboration, the hopes of many young people and many in the old guard to see their generation confront the injustices of our time: abortion, unjust war, euthanasia, capital punishment, embryonic stem-cell research, human trafficking, suicide, abuse, torture, and others.
These acts may not all be equal but they speak to the same foundational attitude in our society that disregards and desecrates the dignity of human life.
We believe that a culture of peace is built upon the respect for the life and dignity of each and every human being. We believe being pro-life doesn’t end at birth, and being pro-peace doesn’t mean only standing against war: we seek to bring together people from all sides of the political and religious spectrums to discuss and work together for peace and all life. And we want our communities to talk about the issues of violence that we face in our modern world, to educate their peers and colleagues, and to ignite change.” ~ Life/Peace/Justice FB page
We at Life Matters Journal are teaming up with other organizations to make this comprehensive conference on life issues a reality! Join in the discourse, and help make our culture one for peace & ALL life!
My choice is to not support abortion, except in cases of a clear-cut choice between the lives of the mother and child. A child conceived through incest or rape is innocent and deserves the right to be born.
Gosnell employee: ‘It would rain fetuses. Fetuses and blood all over the place’
Massof began “helping move patients around” from one area of the clinic to the next. Later he began doing first trimester procedures and eventually took on the “second tris,” testifying that he saw more than 100 babies born alive who had their necks snipped in what he said was “literally a beheading. It is separating the brain from the body.”
During busy times, when the women were given drugs to induce contractions all at once, Massof told the court that “it would rain fetuses. Fetuses and blood all over the place.”
“I felt like a firemen in Hell,” he said. “I couldn’t put out all the fires.”
abortion is murder and “a death sentence for the unborn” (Pope Francis)