Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Life is full of beauty and so much potential  to do  God's work.
It saddens me when people do not realize that God has called them to love one another and to help make His world a better place.
It saddens me when they do not see the importance of life at all stages.
It saddens me when people chose death over life.
It is with a very heavy and sad heart that I must inform you that the co-worker of my husband's whom we tried to help did chose to abort her baby.
We are speechless and saddened by this.
We must now pray for her baby and pray for her.
We are giving her the phone numbers to priests in NYC that she can contact and Project Rachel.
In her email to my husband, she informed him that it was the worst thing she ever did in her life.
I only wish she would have realized that it would have been the worst thing she ever went through before she did it.
Hate the sin (I so hate this with so much passion) and love the sinner (we are praying for her).
Thank you for your prayers for her and her unborn child.

Blessed be God forever!
Pray for the rosary for Life, Please!!!
JMJ


Picture taken by my son, Thomas.

5 comments:

Kathy said...

Kim,

I am so sorry. I know how hard you and Pat tried to save the baby. Keep up the good work that you having been doing for the Pro-life movement. Don't let the loss of this poor baby's life discourage you!!!

Shall we name the little one that died in abortion?

What a beautiful flower that Thomas has captured in this photo. Truly breathtaking!

May Our Lady of Fatima give us strength and intercede for us; especially for the unborn who die in droves each day. May God have mercy on our souls!!!

Aussie Therese said...

oh Kimberly,

I am so sorry to hear this news. Many many prayers for the baby and mother.

Kimberly said...

Kathy,
Naming the baby is a wonderful idea. I am going to ask Pat what he feels that the baby should be named. Thank you for the suggestion.

Blessed be GOd forever!

Kathy said...

Please consider offering your rosaries( scandal at Notre Dame) see my blog for details. Thank you!

Terrilynn said...

Kim,
I'm so sorry for the loss of this little life! Don't be discouraged, sometimes (i'm not sure how to word this right)...our losses through Christ humble us to be better servants...does that make sense to you? If you have time, read Kay Warren's book Dangerous Surrender. My picture of what God is leading me toward is much clearer!

Love you,
Terri

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