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Abortion Law's Chickens Coming Home to Roost

kgrammer Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 6:03 PM
Well, I guess I'm no longer confused. There are no morals left, just a grand sense of entitlement that we should live off the largess of a all protecting government. The government determines what is right and wrong. And in this spiritually bereft culture that's a scary thought. The generation spawned of the baby boomers--those not aborted, of course--are a mockery to their grandfathers and the Greatest Generation. But you probably didn't learn that we had a World War mid-century.

In the face of the darkness that befell Newton, Conn., there has been an expectation of something more, but it doesn't have to do with legislation. Father Peter Cameron, a Dominican priest, preached to the families gathered at St. Rose of Lima Church there the Sunday after the school massacre about the hope that he saw in them.

In their need to love in the face of such darkness, he said, the grieving families were sharing a certainty with the world--they were sharing a great, selfless gift.

Love, or more correctly, the lack of it, was something that came up on...