With a sweep of gubernatorial pen, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo legalized the intention killing of pre-born children in cases of fetal inviability or when necessary to protect a mother’s life or health—in effect opening wide the door to brutal and diabolically evil late-term abortions on demand.
In November Colorado voters made a frequently repeated error in moral discernment: they intentionally placed a man who openly supports intrinsic evils into a position of power and influence over others.
Authentic participation in the New Evangelization requires the proper exercise of the right and duty to vote. When I stand before Jesus Christ, will I be able to justify my voting choices, or will whatever I say merely be an unsuccessful attempt to rationalize them? The answer to that question makes all the difference.
America is a divided house on the issue of legally protecting the lives of unborn children. Unfortunately, although many Americans claim to support life in principle, they’re not pro-life with conviction.
Over the years, I’ve often written of the moral weight of voting in America within the context of the plight of the unborn under the gavel of abortion and its intrinsic evil. There is no greater voting issue in America today than the abortion issue.