Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Pro-Life Video

John Smeaton has published a moving video that highlights the numbers of abortions worldwide each year. It was found by his son, Paul, on the That the bones you have crushed may thrill blog.

The best bit for me is at the end where a woman who amazingly survived a saline abortion says: "If abortion is merely about women's rights, than what were mine?"


Jane said...


sorry to bother you. I've been following your blog for some time and I'm afraid I've tagged you for Mac's current prayer meme. I do think it's actually very well timed. We need to stand together at the moment.

Will be praying for you as you approach the first seminary year.

God bless,
(Thoughts from an oasis in French Catholicism)

Gina said...

Hey Richard,
My name is Gina, and I work at NET NY www.netny.com, a New York City Catholic channel located in Brooklyn. I'm producing a story on the Pope's visit to the UK this upcoming September. And I'm reaching out to see if anyone who will physically be at the papal visit would like to contribute to our coverage in a small, but exciting way. We are looking for some overseas "correspondents", who could contribute their experiences to our show and/or website. A photo, a little written blurb, or perhaps a 10 second long video from your camera phone. It would require little time and effort, and anyone participating would receive credit of course.

You seem like the ideal fit for this, and if you have any interest or know of anyone who would like to participate please contact me at GCONN@netny.net. If not, please excuse the disturbance and keep on blogging :)


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Honesto said...

You might find this interesting. It is an interview with the former (Anglican) Bishop of Oxford on religion in politics.