9.3.09

Popes prophecy becomes more clear every day

In the major debate over the birth control pill Pope Paul VI argued that if the birth control pill were to be come legal and common then it would not be long before abortion would be common and then euthanasia would be common.

We can see how abortion has ruined the world, not to mention the country. Now we are confronted by euthanasia. The Swiss to which country John Calvin fled with his misguided view of salvation, has declared a right to die. It is in fact a perversion of the message of Christ, which it is a culture of life.

My theology teacher once told me this, "When a "brick" of the Church structure is removed, merely for convenience, it is not long before another must be removed, and another, and another lest the Church fall down. Unfortunately, when removing these "bricks" the ones removing the "bricks" rarely notices that the church has disappeared".

I am waiting patiently for GOD's bill of rights to be adopted...

Here is an example of a world gone mad. Examine the dichotomy between this article and the one below...

Wealthy UK Couple Die at Swiss Dignitas Suicide Facility
MP calls for debate in Parliament

By Hilary White

LONDON, March 9, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) -A wealthy couple from Bath, England, are the latest British citizens to end their lives at the Swiss suicide facility run by a group known as Dignitas, in Zurich. At the same time, euthanasia advocates in Parliament and some British medical associations are calling for a debate on the law prohibiting assisting suicide in the U.K.

Peter and Penny Duff, a retired wine consultant and his wife, died on Feb. 27, 2009. Both were suffering from terminal cancer. The couple's daughter, Helena Conibear, called what her parents had done a "beautiful and remarkable thing." She told the London Times, "It is an amazing story, but because of the legal issues involved we are unable to discuss it at this stage."

Liberal Democrat MP Dr. Evan Harris told media that their deaths are reason to call for a new debate in Parliament over the law against assisted suicide. Harris, known as "Dr. Death" for his vocal support for legal euthanasia, abortion and embryonic stem cell research, called the fact that in over 100 documented cases of "assisted dying" no one has been prosecuted, an indication that the law is outdated.

He said, "It is time for Parliament to remove the doubt which makes an upsetting situation even more traumatic."

But Peter Saunders, campaign director of the anti-euthanasia group Care Not Killing, said, "One hundred Britons have ended their lives in Zurich. In the same period there have been three million deaths in this country. That suggests there is not a huge, pent-up demand."
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As I tell my students in my Confirmation class, "If suicide were natural I counldn't walk to my car for all the dead bodies. It is not, therefore those who commit suicide assissted or otherwise are not in their right minds..."

Pray for those who are contemplating suicide, or abortion.

Dieu le Roy!
Brantigny

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