Kansas Catholics Ramp Up Abortion Fight Amid Sex Crime Disgrace

This week Catholics in Missouri & Kansas are gearing up for a national push against abortion by way of the 50th Annual "March For Life" in the nation's capital on January 21st.

Meanwhile . . . 

Our blog community of skeptics is encouraged to consider political reality . . . Here's an undeniable fact: 

The biggest single defeat to Kansas Republicans and conservatives across the nation came by way of believing Catholic political B.S. about abortion rights and the voting public.

Anybody who reads this blog regularly knows that we have consistently opposed the barbaric practice of vacuum aspiration abortion and believe it is one of the greatest atrocities of the modern era. 

Nevertheless, there is no denying election trends and even in the deepest red state, voters are CLEARLY telling their leaders that bodily autonomy for women is, in fact, a conservative value. 

 Meanwhile . . . Clerics and the faithful continue their political crusade even as religious affiliation begins to fade overall in the United States

With respect, here's a more inspirational view . . .

“Our theme this year for IGNITE is ‘Celebrating Life’s Heroes.’ Part of it is that we’re going to be celebrating the overturning of Roe that happened in 2022. We have all the life heroes and prayer warriors since 1973 who have been standing for life during all of these years. So, we’re recognizing those people and their tireless effort for the past 50 years,” Niesen said, adding that Rose is among those internationally known voices advocating for the sanctity of life.

Again . . .

The Catholic political push against abortion is there prerogative . . . HOWEVER, it opens up "people of faith" to far more relevant and pressing questions about their culpability in ongoing sex abuse allegations involving clerics and parochial schools.  

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

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Fourth lawsuit filed over former St. Thomas Aquinas choir director

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Developing . . .