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When you fight for the lives of the preborn, you're sure to invite attack from the diabolical. Catholic institutions should be the staunchest defenders of life but, as Church Militant's Trey Blanton reports, the demonic appears to have a stronghold in the Church as well.
Gonzaga University students spewed vitriol last week at their pro-life peers who were living out the authentic Catholic values the school was founded on. Students for Life honored the 972 preborn lives lost to Planned Parenthood each day with a display of crosses, one cross for each baby killed.
President of Gonzaga Students for Life: "We also had a lot of conversations regarding the reality of abortion, alternatives to abortion, alternatives to Planned Parenthood and how we can make those alternatives more accessible to people. So, overall, I think it went really well today."
In addition to heckling, the anti-life crowd filed a "bias incident report" against the pro-lifers for supposedly engaging in "gender-based oppression." The university resource is a tool for reporting hate crimes, like the vandalism Gonzaga's pro-life chapter president experienced on Friday.
Students at the Jesuit school don't simply harbor anti-life views. In addition to providing a forum for reporting so-called hate crimes, the Catholic university's resource page provides access to an LGBT resource center with an uncatholic view of accepting and holistically developing people of all sexual and gender identities, based on "Jesuit underpinnings."
Social justice goes out the window when it pertains to sexual responsibility and protection of one's own child in the womb, but, if you live in a way that values the preborn, the virtue carries over into other issues plaguing our world.
Despite the abuse, Students for Life Action says it will "stand with the pro-life generation ... no matter what hatred and obstacles we face in our fight to abolish the greatest human rights injustice our world has ever known."