cause of abortion

cause of abortion
Question from Anonymous on 8/10/2008:

Father John Corapi said that the only way to get rid of abortion is to eliminate the cause and the cause is sins against purity. Do you agree?
Answer by Judie Brown on 8/11/2008:

If you examine how abortion became decriminalized in the United States, you find that first came the so-called Sexual Revolution - which was fueled by the invention of the birth control pill and the U.S. Supreme Court's Griswold decision - that struck down all laws against contraception.

The ensuing "free sex" society of the 1960s, led directly to a society that accepted the Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions of 1973. I would agree that our efforts to end abortion must include an advocacy of Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body and a fundamental change to the "contraceptive mentality" that permeates American society.

1 comment:

  1. Jack FrancisAugust 31, 2008

    The 1960s not only introduced the "free sex" society and the abandonment of societal constraints and restraints, this "New Society" proved to be fertile ground for replacing the blessed and beautiful Mass of our saints with the Norvus Ordu, one of the worst things to happen to Roman Catholicism in over a thousand years.