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‘If it was wanted, it was a baby; if it wasn’t, it was a fetus’ reports that retired Ob-Gyn Dr. Kathi Aultman told the 46th annual March for Life that “The only time I had any qualms about doing abortions was during my neonatal rotation where I was trying to save babies the same gestational age as those I was aborting.”

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Then she began to notice that unmarried women who kept their babies did well, in contrast to those who were dealing with the physical and psychological consequences of abortion, CNS reports.

“A woman cannot kill her child and remain unscathed,” Altman added. “There are millions of women in the United States who have had abortions. … They’re hurting and need your help and compassion. They need to know that God wants to heal and restore them. Thank you for protecting those who cannot protect themselves, those who wouldn’t have a chance to live if you did nothing.”

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One person’s humanity must never depend on how much others value them.


Youth on the march … for life

When you read USA Today’s coverage of the March for Life held today in Washington, D.C., take a moment to scroll through the excellent slideshow — and notice how youthful many of those faces are.

In spite of setbacks and powerful opposition, a generation is rising that doesn’t buy the self-deceiving rationalizations that “justify” killing children in the womb for sake of convenience. The polls confirm it, as this generation rises, Life will win.

CC Mandel Ngan, AFP/Getty NC

CC Mandel Ngan, AFP/Getty NC

This excerpt from the article ought to encourage you:

Anina Lund, 14, Monica Dewey, 15, and Monica’s brother Jackson, 12, came from West Chester, N.Y., with a group from St. Anne’s Church — 118 people all clad in neon-orange hats and green scarves to keep sight of each other in the giant crowd. Both girls spoke of how their families faced abortion decisions.

Monica, one of 10 children, recalled, “My younger brother was very sick in the womb and the doctors told my mom to abort the baby, but she chose not to. He is here today and he is perfectly healthy.”

Jackson chimed in, “It’s pretty cool that my mom didn’t give up. It’s cool that I am alive.”

Anina had a similar story: “I had a little sister who was going to be aborted because she was premature. But now, she is 7 and she is perfect. This march gave my mom so much support.”

Lauren Benzing, 18, of Solon, Iowa, who came with 350 others on 13 buses from the Catholic Diocese of Dubuque, was too young to vote last November but, she vows, “as soon as I can (vote), I will support pro-life. But with the march, I feel like I can still make a difference.”

Learn more about March for Life by clicking here.
Related: A voice for the voiceless; NBC News misled us about American support for Roe

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