UNBORN WORD of the day


Why honor the Unborn Christ Child?
October 15, 2007, 10:02 pm
Filed under: Papal Quotes, Sacred Heart, Unborn Jesus

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Today, October 16 is the feast day of St. Margaret Mary who was the Apostle of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. (Mt 11:28-30)

Pope Pius XI in his Encyclical on Reparation To the Sacred Heart, (#2) explained how this devotion helped end the heresy of that time, Jansenism.

“As formerly Divine Goodness wished to exhibit to the human race, as it came from the Ark of Noe, a sign of the renewed covenant between them . . . so in our own troubled times, while that heresy held sway which is known as Jansenism, the most insidious of all heresies, enemy of the love of God and of filial affection for Him – for this heresy preached that God was not so much to be loved by us as a Father as to be feared as an unrelenting Judge – the most kind Jesus manifested to the nations His Sacred Heart .”

Today we need God’s love and help in fighting the most insidious heresy of our time – abortion. That is why Unborn Word of the day is dedicated to honoring the Unborn Christ Child. By honoring the 9 months Christ spent in Mary’s womb we want to show God’s love for and solidarity with each unborn child.

Because He completely identifies with all unborn children, indeed is one of them, when we lift up and exalt Unborn Jesus, in a real sense we lift up all unborn children with Him. Him we honor as God, they we honor as children created in His image and likeness, and for His glory.

We believe that just as the devotion to the Sacred Heard helped end the heresy of Jansensim – devotion to the Unborn Christ Child can help end abortion.


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Todays word of the day put me in mind of why I no longer support Amnesty International. Has anyone heard anything further on the Benenson Society?
Glen.

Comment by Glen Lamont

Yes,the St. Aloysius College in Sydney has formed a chapter. If you want to send me your email I will
forward what I received from Fr. Chris Middleton SJ.
My email: mooreshi@gmail.com

S. Moore

Comment by S. Moore

Each time we stand outside an abortion mill, we’re at the scene of the cross. St. John, St. Mary Magdalene and the Blessed Mother all stood at the foot of the cross affirming Christ’s dignity as He silently suffered and died. Even though they could not remove Our Lord from the cross nor relieve His temporal suffering, they remained silent, offering him the dignity that others had tried to strip from Him.

Witnessing at an abortion mill serves the same purpose. Babies are being led to their deaths. Our presence witnesses to the dignity that others try to strip from them.

Comment by Lupita Jamison

God bless you Lupita and all pro-lifers who stand with and pray for the unborn as they are being led to their deaths.

Michele

Comment by unbornwordoftheday

May I urge everyone to indeed make reparation to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, for the outrage of abortion. This was the message of our Lady at Fatima 90 years ago and it is even more urgent today.

I am promoting and encouraging everyone to make Reparation to the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts of Jesus and Mary for the sins of abortion and all attacks on life, love, family, and innocent persons. Look up the encyclical of Pius XI as linked above, print it out, read it, and pray the prayer of reparation to the Sacred Heart at the end of the encyclical.

Also, we can offer Communions of reparation, and sacrifices, prayers, acts, mortifications, -everything can be offered to our Lord as reparation to His Most Sacred Heart, which is so wounded by the ungratefulness of men, and so much more by sin of abortion.

Comment by Paul




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