Skip to comments.Motherhood has become a cultural anomaly!
Posted on 05/12/2013 1:16:23 PM PDT by ReformationFan
Mother's Day is Sunday. Traditionally, it is a day to honor and respect all that mothers do and sacrifice for the sake of their children. And while this day is important, special, and necessary, we can't help but wonder what our country would be like if we celebrated mothers every day. If mothers and babies were held in the highest regard, as they should be, each and every day of the year, think about the lives that could be spared. Think about the heartache that would not come about because a mother chose to abort her child. That would truly be a celebration.
In this era of motherhood by choice, we confront an oddity that I could never have imagined would occur in my lifetime. It becomes much more evident at this special time of year when we honor our mothers and express our sincere appreciation for the sacrifices they made for us during our childhood and beyond.
I think about the young Canadian fellow who appreciated his mother's nurturing care for him so much that he saved his money for years and was finally able to present her with a check to pay off her mortgage. Fortunately for all of us, he caught the touching moment on video. To date, nearly two million people have viewed this special celebration of motherhood. Bravo Aba!
We can relate to this one son's expression of love for his mother in many ways, especially when put in the context of the profound words Pope John Paul II wrote in the Gospel of Life:
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When motherhood becomes a cultural anomaly, that culture is doomed.
Agreed. Exactly where does the pro-statist/anti-family and anti-life crowd think the next generation of citizens/taxpayers come from?
Sounds like something from BRAVE NEW WORLD.
God, Motherhood and Apple Pie were America’s foundation but now under challenge that should be resisted.