On Sept. 12, 2016, Mother Teresa, now Saint Teresa, gave a speech to the United Nation that should be a part of our daily lives and thinking.
Her reality was that God created us to love because of His great love for each of us. She insisted that the greatest threat to our nation and to the world was abortion.
“Abortion has become the greatest destroyer of peace” she insisted. “If we accept a mother can kill her
own child, how can we tell other people not to kill.”
You can find more online of what she said under.
Her great prayer was “that in our Country that terrible law of killing the innocents, of destroying life, destroying the presence of God be removed from our country, from our nation, from our people, from our families.”
Before she left the U.S., in another speech, she insisted that if we continue killing babies our nation will destroy itself. I was reminded of all of this when I read that in 2018 41 million abortions had been performed worldwide.
Remember this refers to physical abortions and does not include the abortion pill or other methods of killing the child in the womb.
My joy in my old age are the thousands of youths and young adults who turn out for the March For Life in Washington, D.C. – which now includes young people from many countries who have come to learn how to have a March for Life in their country.
Watch for yourself when the March for Life is a full-day event on EWTN television and most of the day on CSPAN. Watch what you will rarely see on TV today – a joy-filled, gentle, loving group of thousands of all faiths determined to end this slaughter of our babies and our future.