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Life After RH

after life

Today is the last day of the oral arguments of the RH law in the Supreme Court. The die has been cast, and the justices have heard both sides. A few weeks to a few months from now we will face the decision of the judges whether to uphold the law or strike it down in its totality or just some provisions. We have always believed that with or without the RH law, the Culture of Death will still be upon us, preying on our youth and their impressionable minds, as well as infusing ideologies and philosphies that are very harmful for us Filipinos and Catholics.

Meanwhile, we can initiate some steps in order to stop the Culture of Death from possessing our children and destroying our families.

  • Let us be more aggressive in promoting education of Christian values to our children and training and catechism for adults. People are becoming more accepting of foreign ideologies like communism, the LGBT agenda,feminism, and the pro-choice mentality, to name a few, because we have been very lax in monitoring the education of our children. Sadly, such ideologies come from Catholic colleges and universities themselves because they hire professors and teachers who espouse these thoughts. And we aren’t even delving into the sex education part yet.There must be a concerted effort coming from us parents, teachers, school administrators, and our bishops to make sure that teachers of Catholic schools teach their subjects using Catholic values. Groups such as Pro-Life Philippines and Filipinos for Life offer talks, seminars, retreats, and various workshops for both students and adults in order to spread the Culture of Life and the beauty of our Catholic faith.
  • The laity has to step up and organize themselves instead of waiting for their bishop to do it for them. Pro-lifers have been silently enduring the events of the past few years that have led to the passage of the RH law, saying “if only Cardinal Sin were still alive”. The late cardinal’s shoes are difficult to fill, and no one has been very vocal about the issues of morality and politics like he was. Perhaps it is time to shift the focus from the clergy to the laity, and the latter should not be afraid to lead the way this time around when it comes to initiatives, programs, and projects that will help promote the pro-life cause.
  • We need to look for wealthy and devout sponsors in order to finally have a TV and radio network we can call our own. We have always complained about how the mainstream media have been very baised against us.This is because the mainstream media will always be against the Church and pro-lifers. We need a network that will boldly proclaim the Gospel of Life on TV, print, and radio. This network will have to reach to the millions of Filipinos who thirst for the truth. As long as we do not have this network, the other networks will continue to peddle their misinformation against us.
  • Let us make our own politicians. To trust a politician, he or she must have come from our ranks: a devout Catholic, a devoted parent, and a true statesman who knows a lot about the laws and policies of the land. The last time we trusted a politician, he turned out to be a turncoat. Never again should we experience that betrayal. We have to start looking among our ranks in order to be able to provide serious alternatives to the traditional PDAF-hogging (no pun intended) politicians.
  • Entrust the pro-life advocacy to the younger generation of pro-lifers who are expected to be more creative in their ways of promoting the cause. It is time to establish the youth chapter of our pro-life groups; our counterparts promoting RH are doing the same thing way before we have done it. They are sending young people to Thailand, to the US, and to Europe in order to train and educate them on the pro-choice, pro-abortion ideologies. This is the reason why we cannot rest even if the RH law were to be repealed.

We look forward to a bright future where society respects life, protects the family, and upholds the dignity of the human person. The decision of the Supreme Court will have a major bearing on the path this country will take afterwards; however, what we do – or not do – that seals the fate of our children, and our children’s children.

 

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Pro-Life Philippines Foundation, Inc is a non-profit, nationwide organization that functions as an Educational body coordinating pro-life groups, providing information on life issues it also functions as a political and legislative lobby group that advances the principles and policies with the pro-life and pro-family cause.

What  Can One Person Do?

Every Single person, in his own little way, can do alot to save a life”

+Sr. Mary Pilar Verzosa, RGS

Foundress, Pro-life Phil. Fdn. Inc.

Sept.24, 1944-Sept.9, 2012

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PRO-LIFE PHILIPPINES counts on your support to continue operating.

Take inspiration from knowing that for every peso you give, your a part of the mission of SAVING LIVES ONE STEP AT A TIME.

 

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  1. Sr. Athens says:

    Thanks for standing for life!

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