To watch the video, please click this link: Revelation 12: Who is the human clothed with the sun?
This is a good video to watch. Please click this link: Does science show that the unborn are human beings?
ECLIPSE OF REASON – Live Abortion Documentary / Pro-Life Anti-Abortion VideoUploaded on May 19, 2010
Published with permission from Bernard N. Nathanson, M.D. We would like to express our special thanks and gratitude for all of the lives saved by Dr. Nathanson. Introduced by Charlton Heston, an Academy Award winner and a conscientious citizen who takes an active part in community and film industry affairs. He urges the news media which he charged have “failed badly to inform the public on the abortion issue” to use the film Eclipse of Reason to promote a better informed public. This film produced by Bernard N. Nathanson, M.D. documents the intra-uterine life of a little boy at 5 months of age as seen through a fetoscope – a camera placed inside the pregnant uterus. Riveting images of a late abortion are then shown with a camera both inside and outside the uterus. Consistently verifiable statistics emphasize that this horror takes place 400 times a day in the US alone. In addition, there are deeply moving interviews with the other victims of abortion, women who have been irreparably injured by abortion, physically and psychologically.
For Filipino Catholics who cannot understand why the Church seems to be so immovable on the matter of the RH Bill despite the good purposes of the bill. This is offered to help clarify the adamant stand of our bishops. It doesn’t attempt to be comprehensive but it offers a different rationale from what is commonly aired. “Human life must be respected and protected absolutely from the moment of conception. From the first moment of his existence, a human being must be recognized as having the rights of a person – among which is inviolable right of every innocent being to life” (CCC: 2270).
From heaven, in her own words, St. Teresa of Avila shares how God can transform the soul in love through repentance. “Every offense committed against justice and truth entails the duty of reparation, even if its author has been forgiven. When it is impossible publicly to make reparation for a wrong, it must be made secretly. If someone who has suffered harm cannot be directly compensated, he must be given moral satisfaction in the name of charity. This duty of reparation also concerns offenses against another’s reputation. This reparation, moral and sometimes material, must be evaluated in terms of the extent of the damage inflicted. It obliges in conscience” (CCC: 2487).