by Bernadette P.
I think that if you’re going to have an ambassador who has access to His Holiness and who has the ability to be able to represent all the other things which you want to come together on, it is best not to, you know, make things difficult from the outset.
And obviously given the position of the Church… I’d try to find someone who doesn’t open up that front, so to speak, and has the ability to represent where we find the common ground.
Does it have to be [a pro-life person]? No, but that would be my recommendation.
[I]t took The Cardinal Newman Society more than 24 hours to prepare the data and print more than 64k sheets of paper, double sided, which were then bound in notebooks and sent via FedEx….
“Only the Notre Dame Trustees and Fellows have direct authority over Father Jenkins, so their meetings on Friday [May 1] are our best hope for an end to this scandal,” said Patrick Reilly, President….
The display, designed to remember the number of abortions performed daily, was part of GW Pro-Life Day which concluded with an evening speaker on the impact of abortion in the African-American community.
Students who saw the display had mixed reactions, but were positive overall. Vickie Graf, the group’s president, added:
At a school like GW, people argue about abortion as an intangible issue… when you see the number of babies killed per day on the way to class… then you can see it.
[Photo of cemetery courtesy of the Daily Colonel]