Finally it begins! Here is my very first video blog with more to come after the new year! Have a question about faith, morality, contraception, homosexuality? (anything related to living out your Catholic faith) Feel free to comment or send it my way. In the mean time enjoy my first vlog!
Tuesday November 19th voters in Albuquerque will have the ability to protect unborn children and stop late term abortions in their area.
You may not live in Albuquerque but you should know . . .
Unborn Babies Feel Pain:
“We now understand the fetus to be a developing, moving, interacting member of the human family who feels pain as we do. If we are to be a benevolent society, we are bound to protect the fetus. We should not tolerate the gruesome and painful procedures being performed on the smallest of our nation.” — Dr. Colleen A. Malloy, Neonatology professor at Northwestern University said when testifying before a U.S. House committee.
We are thrilled by a kick and in awe over an ultrasound picture.
This week a video went viral that a French nurse posted of twin babies being bathed with a new technique. People are in awe over the love expressed by the twins as they cling to eacher like they are yet again in the womb.
Mothers and people of all backgrounds are cooing over this beautiful video:
"They’re already born, but they might not know it yet. This video of a unique bath is offering an amazing look at what life must be like for twins in the womb, with the babies cuddling and embracing as if they were still in their mom’s belly."
Annabel Roberts of NBC News at Today's Moms.
The last couple weeks I have been struggling with not wanting to do homework. Why? Because it’s what I always do! It goes on and on and on. It never ends and there is always more.
So . . . I search for something else to do. There are about a million other things I should be doing but for some reason I don’t want to pick up a single one of them. I feel like this happens all the time but in different ways to different people .
I just watched this video about 10 times over before I could believe the transformation. It was all done so quickly. I didn’t know that was possible! I knew women in photographs were drastically altered, but I had no clue this was the extent of it.
Today’s blog is more of a personal reflection . . .
Growing up dancing and even within my extended family I have been close to many people with homosexual tendencies. As I grow older I discover more friends and past acquaintances with the same struggle.
Maybe I over think it, but almost every time I wonder to myself: 'If I did a better job befriending that person would they be where they are now?'
In other words, would they know the love the Catholic faith has for them? I think of my friends, acquaintances, and those persons who I will later encounter as they struggle with their sexuality. I hope they know this: