The upcoming Mississippi case that will be heard at the Supreme Court is an opportunity for us as a nation to take a saner look at abortion in America and the alternatives to it. There is freedom in life, whereas abortion offers only death — to unborn children in the womb, and to any culture that promotes it.

One Saturday morning, pre-COVID, I was standing in the communion line at Old St. Patrick’s Cathedral in lower Manhattan. It was one of the monthly Witnesses for Life — after Mass was celebrated, there was a procession down the block to pray the Rosary outside a nearby Planned Parenthood facility. Protesters were gathered outside that day, and they screamed at us as we prayed: “Hey-hey, ho-ho, you don’t care if women die.” 

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