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Pregnancy Support

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 Contents - Aug 2006AD2000 August 2006 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: Falling Mass attendances and liturgical reform - Michael Gilchrist
Liturgy: The new Missal translation: Archbishop Hart's progress report - Michael Gilchrist
News: The Church Around the World
Music: Benedict XVI seeks a greater sense of the sacred in church music
Canberra-Goulburn: Archbishop Coleridge: Benedict's first Australian appointment - Anh Nguyen
Priesthood: Promoting vocations in the Melbourne Archdiocese - Fr Anthony Denton
Victoria-Tasmania: Continued growth in vocations at Melbourne's Corpus Christi seminary - Joan Clements
Teen STAR: Sex education for young adults: a pro-life approach - Jacinta Cummins
Does Wollongong's Catholic Education Office endorse dissent? - AD2000 Report
What makes a Catholic university 'Catholic' - Father John Coughlin
Scripture and Tradition: sources of divine revelation - Fr G.H. Duggan SM
DIY Mass: Redemptionis Sacramentum revisited - Fr Martin Durham
Letters: Tasmania - Justin Kearney
Letters: East Timor contraception pressure - Imelda Aslett
Letters: Pregnancy Support - Robert Bom
Letters: What Is The Eucharist? - Rosanna Sherman
Letters: Intelligent design? - Peter Barnes
Letters: Funeral eulogies - Greg O'Regan
Letters: Receive EWTN around Sydney by satellite for $495 - Ernesta Sculli
Melbourne: Caroline Chisholm Catholic library - Barbara Shea
Books: In This Vale of Tears (Winterbine Trilogy), by Gerard Charles Wilson - Michael Gilchrist (reviewer)
Books: Land of Carmel, by Elizabeth Ruth Obbard - Jacinta Cummins (reviewer)
Books: SEEDS OF LIFE: Early Christian Martyrs - Julia Bakowski (reviewer)
Books: SNOW ON THE HEDGES: A Life of Cuthbert Mayne, by Helen Whelan - Michael E. Daniel (reviewer)
Books: Stimulating reading from Freedom Publishing
Reflection: The importance of early baptism - John Young

Pregnancy support groups would all disappear if radical feminists had their way.

Fresh from their victory in Federal Parliament to get the RU486 abortion pill introduced into Australia, and not satisfied with up to 100,000 abortions per year, the feminists are now targeting pregnancy support. One woman senator wants pregnancy support groups eliminated from the phone book yellow pages. Another is organising a petition to boost individual pro-abortion rights at the expense of pregnancy support counselling.

Radical feminists have overwhelming support amongst the ALP, Democrats and Greens politicians. They have made strong inroads into the Liberal Party and even the Nationals count some feminists amongst them. Don't we have any true family parties left?

The future does not look good for women who want a baby and need counselling if radical feminists achieve their aims.

ROBERT BOM
Rockhampton, Qld

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 19 No 7 (August 2006), p. 15

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