pray for the end of abortion

The “Pray for Betty White” movement is cute and all, but I think the person who really needs our prayers right now is Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a liberal member of the United States Supreme Court. Being a Jewish woman and a big advocate for women’s rights, her presence on the Supreme Court has really helped American law move towards equality. For example, Ginsburg is the first Supreme Court justice to officiate a same sex-wedding, is a big advocate for equal voting rights, and as a feminist, her voice and vote in the Supreme Court has helped protect women’s reproductive rights for years

The problem is, Ginsburg is 83 years old (the oldest member) and a cancer survivor. If she passes away, Trump will be in charge of replacing her presence on the United States Supreme Court, and you can be sure that he’ll replace her with somebody who is against everything she stands for.

At the moment, the Supreme Court consists of 4 liberal members, 3 conservative members, and Justice Kennedy, who is a conservative swing (a conservative member that occasionally sides with the liberals). The confirmation of Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch would give conservatives a potential edge of 5 to 4, which means conservatives could control what cases enter the Supreme Court for a vote, as well as the results. It only takes a simple majority of 5 votes to overturn a case. Nevertheless, we have fared well in a 4 liberal, 4 conservative, and 1 conservative swing court before. It’s not good, but not the end of the world. 


Ginsburg’s passing would give the conservatives a concrete 5 votes, and a potential 6 votes, which would give conservatives the ability to overturn any major court case, including Roe v. Wade (abortion rights) and Obergefell v. Hodges (gay marriage).

On top of that, Supreme Court justices serve life terms, so you can bet Trump will elect a YOUNG conservative, meaning conservatives have the potential to completely control the Supreme Court for GENERATIONS to come. 

So pray for Ruth Bader Ginsburg y’all.

Moral principles do not depend on a majority vote. Wrong is wrong, even if everybody is wrong. Right is right, even if nobody is right
—  Venerable Fulton Sheen

You’ve heard the saying “Friends don’t let friends drive drunk”

We in the pro-life movement believe that, for the very same reason that a friend shouldn’t let a friend drive drunk, a friend shouldn’t help a friend have an abortion either.

Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves ~Proverbs 31:8 Defend Life.

Let’s be very honest. When those who advocate for the murder of an innocent unborn child use the terms ‘choice’ and ‘freedom,’ it comes from a misguided understanding of the whole situation in its entirety.

anonymous asked:

Are you still believing in any of the theories?


i’m not sure which ones i’m believing in most, it changes all the time. but i’m still praying for the adam twist because i love the idea of it so much. i’m quietly a big believer in the ‘they didn’t actually sleep together’ theory, because the drama would be so good. plus most of the theories end with robert having a breakdown so i’m there.

the reason i’m still believing in it all is where the fuck are all the interviews? after every twist or ‘big’ event, every magazine and website is all over it. look at faith, ashley, and every other big thing thats happened recently. but after The Incident there was barely anything, and after the abortion ‘shock’ there was nothing. i’ve seen some people say that it’s because of the ‘backlash’ they’d get, but press don’t really care about it, they report on major stuff regardless, so where is it all?

i don’t want to get peoples hopes up, this could be a very cliché storyline and everything is straight forward with no twists, but i’m doubting it.

Mary, Mother, humble Queen, you were an unwed pregnant woman in a time when you could have been stoned to death, pray for pregnant women- especially the young, the impoverished, the abandoned, and the afraid.
You felt the life of the growing Christ within your own immaculate body, Holy Mother, pray for an end to abortion.
You gave birth in a stable and laid your baby son in a manger, Holy Mother, pray for impoverished and struggling mothers.
You fled to Egypt with your young son when Herod would have had you both killed, Holy Mother, pray for displaced and homeless mothers.
You found that young Jesus was missing and searched desperately for him in Jerusalem, Holy Mother, pray for mothers with missing children and for mothers whose children have gone astray in less literal ways.
You knew the pain of losing St. Joseph, your spouse, Holy Mother, pray for widowed and single mothers.
Your son was arrested after the Passover, Holy Mother, pray for those mothers whose children are incarcerated.
You witnessed your own beloved son’s death on the cross, Holy Mother, pray for mothers who have had to bury their children.