Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Chasing v. Changing the Culture of Abortion

What are serious pro-lifers to do when the flagship of American Catholic universities invites the most pro-abortion president in history to their stage on May 17?

The invitation of President Obama to speak at Notre Dame's 2009 commencement and their decision to award him an honorary degree has predictably drawn the ire of knowledgeable pro-lifers.

Each passing day witnesses a new editorial, a talk show reveille or requiem for American Catholic education, or yet another planned rescue of the again tarnished Dome by a pro-life activist.

Frankly, most of these responses come across as chasing the culture of abortion rather than changing it.

At Justice For All we’re committed to using our resources to change the culture by training thousands like 14 year old Amanda Coles to make abortion unthinkable for millions, one person at a time. (Click here to read about Amanda’s training experience.)

Almost all of our future leaders in business, education, medicine, and politics (presidents, members of Congress, and judges), are or will be enrolled in a school somewhere in the nation. Justice For All is committed to reaching as many of them as is humanly possible, and with God’s aid, see their hearts transformed by truth and grace in Christ.

Serious pro-lifers must put serious time, treasure and talent into educating and training the next generation of American leaders BEFORE they reach public office, or the commencement stage at Notre Dame.

Only then will we not be chasing the culture of abortion. Only then will we see our nation's leaders and people truly embrace justice for all.

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