Aborted Voters: Baby Lives Matter Featured

Aborted Voters: Baby Lives Matter Featured

Written by Michael Matt | Editor

New From Remnant TV…


Single-Issue Politics?

When it comes to far-Left radical voters in this country, single-issue politics is just fine. For them, it’s all about sex, women’s reproductive rights, homosexual marriage and all the rest. But when it comes to God-fearing conservative voters, single-issue politics is mocked as the stuff of ‘rubes and retards’,especially when that issue is abortion. Why is that?

Michael Matt speaks in defense of the unborn and the urgent need for politicians to speak up for them and their rights not only to vote but to LIVE — today more than ever.
Michael’s “Ballad of Our Lady of Tears” at the conclusion of this video will bring tears to your eyes.

Michael recites the pre-election: Ballad to Our Lady of Tears

A prayer for the unborn

O Mary, Mother of all men
Remember how one day
You rocked a little Boy to sleep
In a cradle filled with hay.

Remember how you held Him,
The long and weary night,
You fled from Herod’s soldiers
In Egypt’s dismal flight.

How the lonely stars looked down.
How the night was long;
With hoof beats in the distance
But in your heart a song.

You trod the darkness round you
You warmed the sands so cold
You lulled the winds to whispers
And turned the tears to gold.

When God was very little
And Life was very new,
With death a lurking shadow
He chose to cling to you.

He chose not Heaven’s legions,
Nor Michael’s sword of flame,
To shield Him in the darkness;
He chose your tender name.

Your tender arms to hold Him,
Your tender eyes so deep,
Your tender voice to comfort
And sing His soul to sleep.

Look down again in pity
O Mother of Our Lord
Upon a world where children still
Must flee from Herod’s sword.

Where Moloch claims his victims still
And still the price is paid
Where lust is crowned and love is drowned
And death a grim charade.

Where little ones are torn apart
Or burned with hateful brine
Where murder in a velvet coat
Is a social valentine.

These little hands, these little feet,
These little eyes and ears,
O Mother, see their misery
Baptize them in your tears.

They have never known the sunshine
Nor felt the cool of rain
Their heritage is horror
Their first caress is pain.

They were the breath of springtime.
The promise April gave,
Til winter’s vultures ravished-
Their cradle is their grave.

And now before the Father
Some ask: whose can these be?
Please wrap your arms around them,
Say: these belong to me.

For love of Him who was little too,
Who traded Heaven to be with you,
Take these children torn apart
To the playground of your heart.

Bruised and swollen, crucified
On the cross of human pride;
May their bodies perfect rise,
Take their souls to paradise.

Let them not for want of grace
Linger in a darkened place.
Ask your Son to give them joy,
He was once a little Boy.

Now and at the hour of death,
May they feel your gentle breath;
Tuck them in a bed of white,
O Mother, sing to them tonight!

(Published in The Remnant, July 1973)

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4 comments on “Aborted Voters: Baby Lives Matter Featured

  1. If only we could get this post in the hands of Mr. Trump, Mrs. Clinton, and all members of the Congress, then maybe, just maybe, we could save this country, from the wrath of God. But, I fear they do not fear God and thus will simply ignore us.

  2. Denver Archbishop Tells Catholics: Vote Pro-Life
    by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D. 6 Oct 2016

    In the most powerful election statement by any Catholic prelate to date, Denver Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila has told Catholics that life issues—and especially opposition to abortion—must take absolute precedence in deciding whom to vote for in November’s elections.

    “Catholics in good conscience cannot support candidates who will advance abortion,” he wrote in the diocesan newspaper, The Denver Catholic.

    Although the Archbishop refrains from telling Catholics which ticket to support, he makes his own position clear: favor pro-life politicians and those who will support religious liberty. In this election, that means voting Republican.

    Going through a point-by-point comparison between the two parties, Aquila said that the “most important” change to official party platforms this year has been the Democrats’ push to overturn the Hyde Amendment, which “prohibits federal taxpayer money from being used for abortion.”

    The Democrats’ platform is “aggressively pro-abortion, not only in funding matters, but in the appointment of only those judges who will support abortion,” Aquila laments. They are even trying to repeal the Helms Amendment, which “prevents the U.S. from supporting abortion availability overseas,” he said.

    With an evident swipe at “Catholic” vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine, who declares himself “personally opposed” to abortion while continuing to support it consistently with his votes, Aquila decried those who divide “the personal” from “the public.”

    On the other side of the coin, “the Republican party platform is supportive of the Hyde Amendment and just this year strengthened its support for life by calling for the defunding of Planned Parenthood, banning dismemberment abortion and opposing assisted suicide,” he said.

    Regarding another key issue, freedom of religion and freedom of conscience, Aquila blasted the Democrats’ Health and Human Services mandate that “requires the provision of contraceptives, sterilizations and some abortifacients through employer’s health plans.”

    He underscored the Obama Administration’s vicious attacks on the Little Sisters of the Poor, which has endeavored “to force them to violate their consciences.”

    When people of faith do not stand up for their beliefs, “the government will become ‘god’ and impose its beliefs on the citizens,” the Archbishop warned. “One only needs to look to the Health and Human Service contraceptive mandate, or the attempt by President Obama to force a transgender agenda onto public schools.”

    Catholic voters “must make themselves aware of where the parties stand on these essential issues,” Aquila wrote. “The right to life is the most important and fundamental right, since life is necessary for any of the other rights to matter.”

    The Archbishop explicitly refuted attempts to assert the “moral equivalency” of different ethical and social issues at play in the upcoming elections.

    “There are some issues that can legitimately be debated by Christians, such as which policies are the most effective in caring for the poor, but the direct killing of innocent human life must be opposed at all times by every follower of Jesus Christ. There are no legitimate exceptions to this teaching,” he said.

    The Archbishop acknowledged that for many, the presidential election will involve a choice between “the lesser of two evils,” observing that both candidates “are disliked, lack credibility, and have made comments that make the hair on the back of your neck stand up.”

    At the same time, Christians must “reflect on the platforms of both parties, with an emphasis on the human life issues,” he said.

    If you truly live your Catholic faith, “you will not find complete alignment with any political party, and that is okay,” Aquila said, but in voting, Catholics must “look at how each party platform supports human life from conception through natural death, the freedom of religion and the freedom of conscience, the family, and the poor.”

    “The health of our nation depends on a deep respect for human life from the moment of conception until natural death, and the future of our society depends on how we protect that right. If we don’t, eventually we will go the way of Rome and Greece and other great civilizations that have risen and fallen,” he said.

  3. The 2016 Presidential Election: Voting from a Catholic Perspective (taught in one awesome homily)

    This has to be one of the best homilies that I have heard in recent memory and I hear good homilies on a weekly basis from my Pastor and Parochial Vicars at the parish I work for and attend.

    This homily needs to be shared with everyone and anyone that is voting this coming election here in the United States of America. Either read it here or watch it below, but whatever you do, please share this your family and friends. This must go viral!

    As I have said before on this blog, I am so glad that I live in the Diocese of Phoenix. We are very blessed to have Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted and priests like Fr. John Lankeit, my Pastor, Fr. Will Schmid, and many of their brother priests who are not afraid to preach the Gospel message of Jesus Christ.


    So let’s stop beating around the bush with regard to the current presidential race:

    • Do you know which candidate and party in this election promotes abortion and
    even promises to expand its availability here at home as well as abroad?

    • Do you know that this candidate and party intend to make you and me pay for
    other people’s abortions with our tax dollars—something that has always been

    • Are you aware that this candidate and party, which until recently, said that
    abortion should be “safe, legal and rare” no longer even bothers to say that it
    should be rare—but rather, that it must be available any time, any place, even up
    to the last moment that the fully formed, full-term baby remains in the womb?

    If you do not know which candidate and party I’m referring to, then you should not
    even consider voting until you do know! Ignorance in this area is unacceptable,
    because ignorance in this area costs millions of babies their lives and jeopardizes the
    souls of many Catholics voters.

    • If you do not know which candidate and party I’m referring to, then you should not even consider voting until you do know!

      Hello Abp. Chaput! Paging Bp. Conley! Calling all bishops! Do any of you know which candidate and party this priest is talking about?

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