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During times of anti-religious sentiment:
Blessed Miguel Pro, Pray for us!

During times of anti-religious sentiment:

Blessed Miguel Pro, Pray for us!

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thedailywhat:

Follow Up of the Day: A day after Virginia lawmakers were compelled to pass a non-invasive version of the state’s controversial ultrasound bill, the full Virginia Senate voted this afternoon to table the equally contentious “personhood” bill, which would have defined life as beginning at conception.
A motion by Senators Thomas Norment (R-James City County) and Richard Saslaw (D-Fairfax County) to send the legislation back to committee passed by a measure of 24 to 14, meaning the bill can no longer be voted on this year.
Modeled after a Missouri law, the personhood bill would have conferred certain legal protections on fetuses, making the vast majority of abortions illegal after conception.
Despite amendments to protect contraception and in-vitro fertilization, Sen. Norment said he recognized that “there are more legal complexities to this issue than I was aware of.”
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Redunk.
Obviously, zygotes, fetuses, unborn can’t vote! Guess what, children can’t either! But they all deserve the right to life.
We all have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, IN THAT ORDER. (thanks Fr. Leo!)

thedailywhat:

Follow Up of the Day: A day after Virginia lawmakers were compelled to pass a non-invasive version of the state’s controversial ultrasound bill, the full Virginia Senate voted this afternoon to table the equally contentious “personhood” bill, which would have defined life as beginning at conception.

A motion by Senators Thomas Norment (R-James City County) and Richard Saslaw (D-Fairfax County) to send the legislation back to committee passed by a measure of 24 to 14, meaning the bill can no longer be voted on this year.

Modeled after a Missouri law, the personhood bill would have conferred certain legal protections on fetuses, making the vast majority of abortions illegal after conception.

Despite amendments to protect contraception and in-vitro fertilization, Sen. Norment said he recognized that “there are more legal complexities to this issue than I was aware of.”

[pilot.]

Redunk.

Obviously, zygotes, fetuses, unborn can’t vote! Guess what, children can’t either! But they all deserve the right to life.

We all have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, IN THAT ORDER. (thanks Fr. Leo!)

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