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The Pro-Life Forum - This is the new forum to promote the sanctity of life in this new year of 2017. We move now into the 50th Year Anniversary since the unjust legislation of Abortion was introduced in 1967 onto the statute books in this country. How can we rid ourselves of this modern day "holocaust" ? Only by direct Catholic action and the work of a handful of Pro-Life Apostolates who adhere to the TRUTH. The Pro-life Forum broadcast each week on Wednesday at 5.00 pm - 6.00 pm on radioimmaculata will explain these Apostolates so that many more can work towards the creation of a new "culture of life" and give voice to the innocent.


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Pro-Life Forum 73 06-06-18
Pro-Life Forum 73 - The Immutable and Timeless Character of Humanae Vitae
Bishop Athanasius Schneider speaks at the National Association of Catholic Families Annual Retreat at Walsingham, the principal Marian Shrine in England in May 2018. He unpacks with great wisdom the Truth of the Gospel of Life by quoting many teachings from the Perennial Magisterial Teaching of the Catholic Church. When the news emerged in 1968 that Pope Paul VI intended to issue an encyclical on the use of artificial birth control, many people thought that they saw the writing on the wall. A commission initially appointed by Pope John XXIII in 1963 and expanded by Paul VI had suggested in a private report to Pope Paul VI in 1966 that artificial contraception might not be intrinsically evil. Copies of the report had been leaked to the press, and many commentators were certain that change was in the air. When "Humanae Vitae" was released, however, Pope Paul VI reaffirmed the traditional Catholic teaching on birth control and abortion. Today, as the destruction of the family that Paul VI predicted is well underway, the encyclical is regarded by many as prophetic.​

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