Intentions of the Holy Father for April

Ecology and Justice. That governments may foster the protection of creation and the just distribution of natural resources.
Hope for the Sick. That the Risen Lord may fill with hope the hearts of those who are being tested by pain and sickness.

Justice Ginsberg Admits Eugenic Agenda Behind "Reproductive Rights"

This quote is almost impossible to believe. Justice Ginsberg actually came out during an interview with the New York Times this weekend and said that when Roe vs. Wade was handed down by the Supreme Court, she had thought at the time that it was a good policy to help limit the reproduction of the poor and others "who Americans don't want too many of."

Check out the interview for yourself (on the fourth page of the article), as well as this commentary.

There has never been any doubt or denial, even by groups like Planned Parenthood, that its founder, Margaret Sanger, was a eugenicist and openly advocated the culling of ethnic minorities like diseased cattle. Such views were very common before other advocates of such ideas, the Nazis, discredited them with their own obvious and overwhelming evil. But Planned Parenthood and other groups have insisted that their founder's legacy has been split, with the good parts (like "reproductive choice") being enshrined and the bad parts (like forced abortion and targeting minorities for abortions) have been jettisoned.


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