Sunday, April 3, 2011

Where is Your Brother?

After Cain committed the first murder in human
history, God asked him, "Where is your brother?"

He replied by saying, "I don't know."

In 1973, the Supreme Court was asked the same
question, and gave the same answer.

Unable to admit that the unborn children are our
brothers and sisters, the Supreme Court said in its
Roe v. Wade ruling, "We need not resolve the difficult
question of when life begins."

Boil all that down to three words, and it's, "I don't
know."

The question, "Where is your brother?" will be asked
at the final judgment. Each person will answer it and
be judged by it. May we be judged to have recognized
and loved all our brothers and sisters, born and
unborn.

By participating in the 40 Days for Life, we have been
answering that question each day, going to where our
brothers and sisters are killed, and proclaiming that
we have a responsibility to them.

By all the pro-life work we will continue to do, we
likewise answer that question which reaches from one
end of human history to the other.





H/T Fr Frank Pavone

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