“Excruciating Pain”

abortion-1Dear Friends for Life:     When was the last time I experienced pain? When was the last time I felt “Excruciating Pain“? These are questions that ran through my mind as I read the article “Medical Expert Confirms Unborn Children Feel Excruciating Pain During Abortions” by Dr. David Prentice of the Charlotte Lozier Institue.

Dr. David Prentice clearly states that “science pretty conclusively demonstrates: Young babies still in the womb at 20 weeks…, and probably even earlier, do indeed feel pain, and in fact, may feel more intense pain than a newborn or an adult.”

People feel pain. Newborn babies can feel pain. Fetuses can feel pain. There is no pain button which suddenly switches to “on” or “off” during the journey through the birth canal. “To feel pain” is a life long process for a human being. The only question is when do fetuses feel pain?

Many pro-life doctors maintain that fetuses can feel pain by 8 weeks… (about the time most surgical abortions take place). Pro-abortion doctors tend to argue that fetuses don’t experience pain until the very end of pregnancy. Whose testimony is more reliable, those who have a financial interest in the availability of abortion or those who don’t? Ethically speaking, who is going to be less likely to lie, those who believe dismembering living human beings is a legitimate medical practice or those who don’t? (abort73.com)

For a moment, let’s try to imagine the feeling of “Excruciating Pain.”

maxresdefault-1-1Imagine a “suction curettage” surgical abortion procedure for an unborn child. The abortionist attaches a tubing to a suction machine. Suction pulls apart the fetus’ body and out the uterus. After suction, the doctor and nurses must reassemble the fetus’ dismembered parts to ensure they have all the pieces.

Now imagine a “suction curettage” surgical procedure for an adult. The doctor attaches an adult-type of tubing to an huge suction machine. Suction pulls apart the adult’s body while passing through the tubing. After suction, the doctor and nurses reassemble the adult’s dismembered parts to ensure they have all the pieces.

If this killing procedure was performed just once on a human being, a worldwide outcry would immediately be heard. The doctor would be arrested, charged with murder in a court of law and sent to prison for causing a crime against humanity, not to mention the “Excruciating Pain.”

Why doesn’t this same type of reaction occur for ‘Unborn Children Who Feel The Same Type of “Excruciating Pain” During Abortions’?

In our day, Communism and Nazism are symnomious with evil, the misuse of power and hating humanity. In the Old Testament, Babylon symbolizes the forces of evil opposing God. It tried to create a world that doesn’t need God.

This spiritual Babylon is alive and well today. 1 Cor 2:12 calls it the spirit of the world, ie. any spirit that attempts to displace God from our lives and put something in its place, like killing unborn babies. It has as its aim to enslave humanity with false freedoms and to demand unswerving allegiance from each one of us.

Another question may be asked: What separates civilized society from ancient society which performed child sacrifices, eg. The Inca culture. Child sacrifice is the ritualistic killing of children, a form of human sacrifice to please a god in order to achieve a desired result. Who is this god of 2015? What desired result does this social current mentality want to achieve?

Yes, “Excruciating Pain” thrives in 2015. It’s procedures have been refined, yet the pain experienced in each abortion is the same.

6WEEKS-1 copyThe Roman Catholic Church has consistently condemned abortion – the direct and purposeful taking of the life of the unborn child. Catholic Christians believe that all life is sacred and the taking of innocent human life, whether born or unborn, is morally wrong. The Church teaches, “Human life is sacred because from its beginning it involves the creative action of God and it remains for ever in a special relationship with the Creator, who is its sole end. God alone is the Lord of life from its beginning until its end: no one can under any circumstance claim for himself the right directly to destroy an innocent human being” (“Donum vitae,” 5).

Abortion, the direct killing of an innocent human being, is always gravely immoral (The Gospel of Life, no. 57); its victims are the most vulnerable and defenseless members of the human family.

(Any civilized society restricts the individual’s freedom to choose whenever that choice would harm an innocent person. The unborn child is an innocent person. Therefore, a civilized society cannot justify “Excruciating Pain” by simply arguing that women should be “free to choose.”)

God Bless
Jerry Novotny, OMI

For more “Clear Thinking about crucial issues” visit Fr. Jerry’s Website: LifeIssues.net

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(The Difference is LIFE)  “A silent look of affection and regard when all other eyes are turned coldly away – the consciousness that we possess the sympathy and affection of one being when all others have deserted us – is a hold, a stay, a comfort, in the deepest affliction, which no wealth could purchase, or power bestow.” – Charles Dickens

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Lorrie Bensky Smith on May 26, 2015 at 5:25 am

    Anyone who’s watched The Silent Scream will see the baby trying to escape the suction machine. How is this different than the MEDIEVAL days of being DRAWN AND QUARTERED?

    Reply

    • The only difference I can see Lorrie is that in the medieval days it was done in public, today it’s performed behind closed doors. With the millions of abortions, I wonder if those involved really are aware of what they are doing? The pain directly inflicted on innocent human life? How is it possible not to be aware?

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