Stand up and defend this pro-life hero

You may have heard about the baby-killing teacher who was fired from a high school in Sacramento. The blogger linked above is the student whose mother turned this witch in to Bishop Weigand (who has previously denied communion to Gray Davis and apparently Arnie the Nazi).
Anyway, this poor girl is taking a beating from ignoramuses who are talking of “discrimination suits” and such garbage. Canon Law says that if you assist in any way in a person getting an abortion, you’re *guilty* of the abortion; it’s latae sententiae excommunication, the harshest penalty presently enforced by the Church. This woman even passed out Planned Parenthood business cards.
Now, the incredibly liberal Catholic high school I attended fired its second-to-laws principal and assistant principal for endorsing condoms in a school assembly, so I don’t see how this cold-blooded murderess has a leg to stand on.
In any case, Catholic bloggers are rallying in support of this poor girl, who is getting trounced by the enemies of life.

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One response to “Stand up and defend this pro-life hero

  1. JC,

    I have read many of your comments at Katelyn’s blog, and I admire your cool-headedness in explaining over and over the basics of the Faith. Sadly, the girls who say they attend school at Loreto who who are trying to help are probably doing more to damage the school than they realize. Over and over, they say that they are being taught that dissent is a good thing, it’s the only way to improve Catholicism (gee, I didn’t know Jesus didn’t get it right when He set it up!), that contraception isn’t bad, that “everyone” thinks that abortion should be a last resort (I prefer to think it shouldn’t be any kind of resort), and that, sure, all this means they are getting a good Catholic education! It makes me glad to be homeschooling my children, even if I live across the country in Virginia and don’t need to think about Loreto. Thank God for places like Seton, where you can get traditional and orthodox Catholic curricula!

    I wonder if Katelyn’s parents have thought about homeschooling their daughters…

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